This time, he nailed it

This time, he nailed it

David Suelflow walked into room 217 of the Henry B. Gonzalez Conference Center this morning a SolidWorks World 2011 “attendee.” Two hours, forty-five grueling minutes later, he walked out a Certified SolidWorks Professsional, or “CSWP.” From the exam room, he

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Five Questions Friday with Elmer Plett

Five Questions Friday with Elmer Plett

Name: Elmer Plett Title: Engineering Support Technician Company: Pro-Fab Industries, designer and manufacturer of alternative energy heating systems, including high-efficiency indoor and outdoor wood boiler models and more traditional outdoor furnace designs. Job description: I provide technical assistance to the

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Of snow and tarmac

Of snow and tarmac

Although it’s sweltering in New England, Shawn Watling’s mind is on ice and snow. The Canadian snow machine racer and SolidWorks user has just won a Popular Science Award for inventing a way to make sleds faster, greener, and more

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A mighty wind @ World

When a hurricane tore the roof off a customer’s plant, recalls Jason Williams, all that remained intact were some steel girders and an industrial fan – a Big Ass fan. Please pardon the language, but that’s not us cussin’. Big

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