Next week, Stratasys will be hosting a live webinar with Aerospace Manufacturing and Design. Hear from drone manufacturer Monarch about the competitive advantages they have gained by using Stratasys 3D Printing in their design process. Register Here Monarch is a drone manufacturer who uses 3D printing to provide a wide range of application-focused drone services for […]
Greetings from the HPC numerical simulation proving grounds of PADT, Inc. in Tempe, Arizona. While bench marking the very latest version of ANSYS® Mechanical™ I learned something very significant and I need to share this information with you right now.As I gazed down on the data outputs from the new solve.out files, I began to […]
In this second article on the Internet of Things, or IoT, we take a look at ways you can connect a smart device to the internet. “Connectivity: What makes the Internet of Things a big deal” gives some basic information on options and talks about the important decisions you need to make when developing your […]
PADT talks a lot about synergy as a key strength and a key element of the value we provide to our customers. Our three departments, Manufacturing, Services, and Sales, are in constant communication, always leveraging one another’s expertise to solve problems. Strong internal relationships — a consequence of being under the same roof — precipitate easy and abundant information […]
REGISTER Stratasys recently released the most advanced PolyJet 3D Printer on the market. The Stratasys J750 promises to be a game changer by printing complex parts with diverse properties quickly while minimizing post processing time. We invite you to join us for a webinar to learn more about this amazing technology. Realistic Prototypes The J750 provides […]
Over the past two academic semesters (2015/16), I had the opportunity to work closely with six senior-year undergraduate engineering students from the Arizona State University (ASU), as their industry adviser on an eProject (similar to a Capstone or Senior Design project). The area we wanted to explore with the students was in 3D printed lattice structures, and more […]
With the introduction of the new ANSYS Mechanical Enterprise, many add-on products that had to be purchased separate, are now included. In these webinars PADT’s engineers will provide an overview of the key applications that users now have easy access to. Each product will be reviewed by one of PADT’s engineers. The will share the […]
KJZZ’s Mark Brodie interviewed PADT’s Eric Miller as a follow on to the blog post Eric did on the AZ BioTech industry. He asked great questions on where the industry is and what we should be doing next.
April was a busy month, but May looks a bit more normal. We hope to see some of you at the following PADT events happening in the next 5 or 6 week. You can also get a summary of what happened in April below. May 11: Internet of Things World Santa Clara, CA A couple of us are […]
Product Development is a key part of what PADT does, but we often struggle with sharing what we do in this area and why we do it better. We are engineers. To help, we put together this video that asks our engineers the key questions that customers ask every day, and their answers truly do […]
Everyone is talking about the Internet of Things, or IoT. This is the first of four posts that look at what IoT is and how your products can take advantage of it. We start with “Sensors and controls: Making a product smart enough for the Internet of Things” to understand what makes a product smart, […]
The Arizona BioTech industry has come a long way, but has it come far enough to be self sustaining? In “Has the Arizona biotech community achieved critical mass?” I take a look at where we are and how close we are to this critical goal.
In today’s world of high speed communication we are continuously pushing the envelope in data throughput and reliability – There are many challenges that restrict speedy progress: Time – Spinning multiple boards to find and fix problems costs valuable time and money; Cost – additional test procedures can significantly add to this cost; Scalability of […]
This was my first year attending AMUG (Additive Manufactures User Group) and after attending RAPID last year in Long Beach, California, it exceeded my expectations. Everyone I ran into last year at RAPID said that I HAD to attend AMUG since I am a user of both Stratasys Polyjet and FDM technologies. Once I found […]
In those documentaries on the animals of the desert, at some point they always say something like “the harsh environment shapes desert dwellers into uniquely strong and beautiful creatures.” The same is true for our tech startups. “6 things that make the Arizona technology startup community unique” takes a look at this environment and what […]