Corroded Copper Stops Dial Tone
Sherlock Ohms 2/11/2014 32 comments Sherlock Ohms highlights stories told by engineers who have used their deductive reasoning and technical prowess to troubleshoot and solve the most perplexing engineering mysteries.
Top 7 Skills for Management
Guest Blogs 2/11/2014 16 comments If you can transform yourself into a successful manager, you can heighten the productivity of your company, and thus establish a reputable business presence.
Learning Labs Explore New Tech for Manufacturing
Blog 2/10/2014 Post a comment Learning Labs cover a wide range of new technologies appearing in modern plants, and you’ll get an opportunity to attend five programs on emerging technology for manufacturing at next week’s Pacific Design & Manufacturing Show in Anaheim, Calif.
America Makes Funds Second Wave of 3D Printing Projects
Engineering Materials 2/6/2014 5 comments The former National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute awarded funds to a second wave of 3D printing and additive manufacturing projects. They involve multiple processes, metal and polymer materials, and several companies we've discussed before.
Shorted Spark Plugs Cause Misfire Code
Sherlock Ohms 2/6/2014 8 comments Sherlock Ohms highlights stories told by engineers who have used their deductive reasoning and technical prowess to troubleshoot and solve the most perplexing engineering mysteries.
Software Takes Care of Engineer Grandstanding
CAD/CAM Corner 2/5/2014 13 comments Agilent, solidThinking, and MSC Software are hoping to take the top prize in the CAD/PDM/PLM software category of this year's Golden Mousetrap Awards. Here's what we know about solidThinking's Inspire.
Don't Fear the Cloud, Embrace It
Guest Blogs 1/29/2014 25 comments The cloud is everywhere; it's always connected and it has your data. Dropbox, Google Docs, and other tools have changed our file-sharing workflow forever. Productivity and communication have improved tenfold. So the question is, will our design applications make the jump to the cloud as well?
California’s plan to mandate an electric vehicle market isn’t the first such undertaking and certainly won’t be the last. But as the Golden State ratchets up for its next big step toward zero-emission vehicle status in 2018, it might be wise to consider a bit of history.