Electrical

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Earlier in the year, Bruce Rietdorf, Zuken VP of Sales, and I were privileged to visit the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology following the beginning of our work with the college  as part of our activity to support educational institutions in the development of future engineers. Following our one-day visit I’ve been asked numerous times how […]

E3.WireWorks North American Standards

Delvin Masilamani from Javelin Technologies, an authorized E3.WireWorks reseller based in Canada, recently posted about North American standards in E3.series and E3.WireWorks. We liked it so much that we thought we’d share it with you – enjoy. — I’ve had a few questions come up about how to use the North American Standards toolbar in […]

Engineers drop print in favor of online information

Do you still read real papers and magazines? What I mean by REAL is a printed copy that you can physically leaf through, doodle on and toss in the recycling bin when you’re done. As you are reading this blog right now, you’re likely among the growing proportion of people who don’t really bother with […]

Engineering skills shortage - you get out what you put in

Finding skilled engineers can be a challenge. But who’s responsible, how did this happen and is it reality or media hype? You could argue that part of the problem resides in the fact that engineers aren’t given the respect (or reflective pay) that doctors or bankers get. Without engineers, todays technological improvements would not have […]

Formula Student Team Reach Pole Position in Spain with E3.series

You might recall that we sponsor the Esslingen University Formula Student team, and have done so for the last couple of years by providing them with E³.series software, training and support for their students to use in the design of the team’s racing car. They’ve had a roller coaster year with the Stallardo ‘12, the […]

CAETEK opens new offices to support growing E3.series customer base

If you’re in North America (Pennsylvania to be exact), and an E3.series user, this is guaranteed to catch your interest.  If not, you might just be glad to hear that this is a story of a company doing well in a tough economic climate – and that’s always worth reading about! Recently I caught up […]