Our friends at Javelin Technologies (an authorized E³.WireWorks reseller in USA) recently posted how one of their students managed to configure Microsoft Kinnect to work hands-free with E³.WireWorks. Ok, so it’s got issues to address, but we liked their creativity and were so impressed we thought we would share it with you.
Eric van Essen, one of our friends over at Javelin Technologies (an authorized E³.WireWorks reseller in Canada) shares his experience to help you justify an investment in E³.WireWorks.
E³.WireWorks has been having a very positive impact on our clients, but just because the design team wants the tools, does not mean they can convince the ones that hold the purse strings to invest in it.
This year’s SolidWorks World in San Diego will be my fourth. But I know that compared to many I’m still a lightweight, with many users racking up double figures! I’ll be joining the action on February 12-15, representing Zuken’s complete electrical solution E3.WireWorks. The term electrical can mean many things to different types of engineers, [...]
Last week I had a chance to catch up with Eric van Essen, product group manager from Javelin Technologies, the Canadian company responsible for selling our dedicated SolidWorks electrical CAD solution, E³.WireWorks, across Canada. I wanted him to share his insights into the Canadian electrical design market, trends that he is seeing on the ground, and what [...]
As an electrical engineer I used to hate doing design rework – it’s human nature. You spend time concentrating on doing your part of the design process to the best of your ability only for it to be undone when the mechanical engineers decide their part of the specification needs to change… and therefore so [...]
What’s mechatronics? It is a process for the development of products that are the result of collaboration between more than one discipline. Many people are talking about mechatronics – but do you really practice it? In your company, in your department, in your product development process?
In this post we look at the barriers to adopting a Mechatronic design process and the top 6 advantages.
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