Partner Spotlight: MLC CAD Systems Helps Solve Complex Data Management, CAD and PLM Problems with Razorleaf

One of Razorleaf’s longest standing partnerships since 2002, MLC CAD Systems of Tempe Arizona, is a leading reseller and service provider of CAD, CAM, and Additive Manufacturing solutions. Razorleaf and MLC CAD Systems have teamed up numerous times over the course of the relationship to help clients implement PDM, CAD, Design Automation technologies.

Jonathan Scott to Speak at COE 2018 Annual Experience and Technifair

Jonathan Scott, Chief Architect, and PLM evangelist for Razorleaf will be speaking at two breakout sessions at the COE 2018 Annual Experience and TechniFair.  The annual three-day event to be held April 15-18 in San Diego, California, brings together expert users of Dassault Systèmes solutions. Make sure to mark your agenda to see Jonathan speak at the […]

Razorleaf Attends 2018 Dassault Value Solutions Sales Kickoff 

In January Razorleaf, along with its business partners, attended the Dassault Systèmes Value Solutions Channel Kickoff in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  This event is important for our team to network and learn what new goals and messages Dassault is delivering to the marketplace so we can support our company initiatives and align a growth plan to expand our market reach.

Razorleaf Sponsors Aras’ ACE 2018 Indianapolis

Razorleaf is pleased to be sponsoring Aras’ ACE 2018 Conference March 20-22nd for the fourth year in a row!

Collaboration is the cornerstone of Aras and ACE 2018 is the place where Aras users come together.  This year’s theme is around “Fast Track to Digital Transformation”.  Attendees will learn how the Aras Innovator platform supports business transformation initiatives such as using creating a Digital Thread and Digital Twin to support a Model-Based Enterprise (MBE), and more.

DriveWorks and the SOLIDWORKS API: So Happy Together

OK, maybe “happy” isn’t really a term one would use when working with the SOLIDWORKS API. I’m not saying that the SOLIDWORKS API is bad, it just…well, it can be challenging at times. But if you insist that you NEED to write custom code (I find it rare that I need to if I use DriveWorks to its full potential), then you certainly can use DriveWorks and the SOLIDWORKS API together.