One of the greatest assets that Razorleaf can claim is a breadth of knowledge across industries and technologies. Recently, I had the opportunity to jump into something really fun and exciting, where you enter product details into a form and magically, models and drawings appear to suit your use case. I’m talking about DriveWorks design automation software. More importantly, I had the opportunity to work with industry expert, Paul Gimbel and learn some things you can only learn by working on real projects.
This past August I attended my first Autodesk Accelerate conference, and I can certainly say it was the best technical conference I have been to in years. Accelerate, over the years, has evolved rapidly. The same can be said for Autodesk’s PLM messaging. When Autodesk first held the event, the speakers were mainly Autodesk employees, partners, or paid analysts discussing how Autodesk now had a PLM offering.
Over the last few years I have come to the belief that the next generation of Engineering tools will be cloud based. Of course, I am not alone in this opinion as Dassault, Autodesk, and Onshape are moving strongly in this direction with their messaging and products. As a member of the Razorleaf Autodesk Services […]
The Revolution is coming. Are you ready? Many Engineering managers fondly recall the days of drafting boards and slide rules, but have embraced the concept and obvious benefits of desktop engineering solutions. The late 1990’s were quite revolutionary, and many businesses underwent drastic changes to their design and engineering processes. Of course, change often comes […]
…Ok, so it was the late 1990’s, but the CAD world would be significantly changed by the technical revolution that several small companies like SOLIDWORKS, Solid Edge, and Autodesk with Inventor proposed to bring to the market. Until that time CAD fell exclusively in the domain of large companies, mainly Aero and Auto that helped […]