Please take a few moments to fill out this quick survey on customer hardware expectations: Customer Expectations Survey (Survey No Longer Active) Let's just get this out now: BP oil spill and iPhone 4 Launch. Ready... FIGHT! Discuss/argue amongst yourselves. Regardless of how you feel about either of these events, one thing is clear: No matter what walk of life you come from, we all have expectations. Expectations about how things should be. How people should act, how people should talk, ho

published July 16, 2010

Grave Digger – Spindle Design – Part 1

Grab your shovels. It's time to learn a little grave diggin' techniques using SolidWorks and MasterCAM. This is Part 1 in a series to go in depth on how SolidBox customers are getting the most out of their systems to take their design and manufacturing process to the next level.

published May 26, 2010

TMCo Inc. using SolidBox

SolidBox recently completed a sale to TMCo Inc. of Wewoka, OK. They specialize in the manufacture of orifice fittings for the measurement of natural gas. Jamie Broyles, Engineering Manager at TMCo, called to tell us how stoked he was about his new setup (a Professional Mobile System - M6500 Covet), and a little bit about how it's helped make his job easier: SB - How long have you been using SolidWorks? JB - About 8 years. SB - Why did you decide to go with SolidBox? JB - I had

published May 19, 2010

Bob’s Space Racers Inc. using SolidBox

Grab your mallets, it time to get wacky with the makers of Whac-A-Mole! SolidBox recently completed a sale to Bob's Space Racers Inc. of Daytona Beach, FL. If you've been to any Chuck-E-Cheese, Dave & Busters, or pretty much ANY amusement park, then you've seen their stuff in action. They manufacture a ton of amusement games such as the aforementioned Whac-A-Mole, Water Blast, as well as some interesting new products designed in SolidWorks. Tony Amos, the Product Development Engineer,

published April 24, 2010

What ails ya’? – A SolidBox Discussion

So, we all know that a faster workstation makes for a more enjoyable work experience, but what about the OTHER hardware you deal with day to day? Like your chair, your desk, your keyboard, your mouse? Maybe you don't have to worry about your chair crashing, but perhaps it's still a pain in the butt... or back, or legs? Especially for those of us who spend most of our day behind a desk cranking out designs in SolidWorks. Something that is becoming an issue more and more for me personally ha

published April 24, 2010
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