3D printing is so mainstream that machines are accessible to everybody for not much more than the cost of a decent laser printer. So why do we not have our own?
The importance of working collaboratively and the ability to share native geometry with our clients has necessitated us investing in a fairly extensive range of Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Analysis (CAE) software over the years. This gives us a good insight into the strengths and weaknesses of a number of the most
SolidWorks or Pro/ENGINEER? At Warley Design our users have been using both for many years. Personally, I formally trained on Pro/ENGINEER in or before 1998 and our employer bought a few seats of SolidWorks in addition in 2005 . When Jon and I set-up Warley Design in 2008 the first license we bought was SolidWorks – not necessarily because it was the