Home / Author Archives: Beth Stackpole (page 2)

Author Archives: Beth Stackpole

Beth Stackpole is a contributing editor to Desktop Engineering. Send e-mail about this article to DE-Editors@deskeng.com.

The Best of Both Worlds

Automotive manufacturers have embraced an integrated workflow that incorporates elements of both direct and indirect 3D modeling.

Read More »

Work with Large CAD Assemblies

Increasing product complexity and cross-disciplinary design are adding to the size and scope of CAD models, but new technology advances are facilitating engineers' interaction with large assemblies.

Read More »

3D Printers Get Personal

Led by the fanfare over low-cost, consumer 3D printers, a new genre of professional-grade desktop models is helping engineers more quickly iterate, test and optimize design concepts.

Read More »

Crowdsourcing Power to the People

Companies are experimenting with crowdsourcing and open innovation approaches to accelerate the flow of new product ideas -- and to get faster and better answers to tough engineering questions.

Read More »