Build 3875 Now Available
The latest service release for solidThinking Evolve 2014 (build 3875) is now available for download for all current solidThinking Evolve 2014 users. Readers can find the links here. In some additional news users can vote for solidThinking in Design World’s Leadership in Engineering program here.
Learning Evolve 2014
The folks at solidThinking have been busy creating lots of new tutorials. Users can check out part 2 of a video showing a shower gel bottle modeled in Evolve. You can see it here.
solidThinking’s latest newsletter also showcases some exciting work being done by their customers. One such user profile focuses on the world’s first 3D printed metal bicycle frame. Chris Williams of Empire Cycles in the UK has been working with Additive Manufacturing components in production for many years and contacted Renishaw, an established world leader in product development and manufacturing with leading-edge laser melting processes and emerging Additive Manufacturing expertise.
Using solidThinking Inspire Williams first worked with Renishaw to reduce weight on a seat post. They work they did together helped reduce the new post design from 360 grams to 200 grams—a huge savings in weight with zero loss in structural capacity. This work led to the team working further attacking the entire bike frame. To read the complete story click here.
Webinars and On-Demand Webinars
For those interested to learn more about solidThinking Evolve or the new Inspire product there are some choices below:
- Webinar – Inspire 2014 – The Weight is Over - June 3 and 5
- On-Demand Webinar – Introducing solidThinking Evolve 2014
- On-Demand Webinar – solidThinking Inspire – Start with the Solution
For you architectural readers curious about solidThinking as a modeling tool check out our recent feature article listed below.