CADimensions, Inc. is your local 3D printing, scanning, and designing partner. CADimensions is an authorized reseller of SOLIDWORKS, Stratasys, MakerBot, Desktop Metal, Boxx, and SMARTTECH 3D Scanners. We maintain certified training & support centers located throughout New York and Pennsylvania, USA. We are 100% focused on living a CADLIFE and have our vendor’s unconditional endorsement in the sales and support of their products.
CADimensions is a family owned business that has been helping the regional engineering and manufacturing communities for almost 30 years. We are in business to enable our customers to design and manufacture innovative products that positively impact the communities we live in and the world around us.
We take great pride in being considered a trusted advisor for many of our customers and we are so thankful to the many who have chosen to partner and grow with us over the years.
With twenty-nine natural disasters in 2018 happening in the United States alone, causing over one billion dollars in damages per event, it is easy to see the heroes that quickly come running to help. InverSOL is one of the companies that strives to help those in need by providing better living opportunities to people affected
Late in the afternoon on Friday, Jesse put up a time-lapse video of him recreating the LEGO Cybertruck image that was posted last week on Twitter. It picked up a few views over the weekend, so we figured we would sit down with him for a moment and ask a few questions. 1. Where did
The automotive industry has existed for over 100 years. Since Ford’s Model T debuted in 1908, cars have seen a lot of different automotive trends over the years. For a long time, automotive companies made small improvements to their products and how they operate. This all changed in 2008, when the government bailout of some
The Aerospace & Defense industries represent one of the biggest opportunities for 3D printing. As early adopters of additive manufacturing technologies, this market has now matured to a value of 1.36B in 2018 with projections to grow to 6.75B by 2026 (Source: Fortune Business). When the general flying public steps onto a new plane today,
What is STEM/STEAM Day? Children are going to see brighter futures and more opportunities when they embrace science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics or STEAM. The rise in STEM/STEAM occupations is pushing the demand to introduce these disciplines at an early age, and one way to celebrate that impact is STEM/STEAM Day which is recognized
What was Going on Before Munot Plastics Chose a Boxx Computer Munot Plastics was experiencing a drastic productivity issue within their organization. Their engineers’ current system was not very powerful and would often freeze, take an excessively long time to open files, or simply crash constantly. Munot looked at a variety of options for new
If you work at a medical device company, you know that there are many situations that require using human body parts. More often than not, these come from cadavers and not 3D printed synthetic tissue. As gross as it may be (and trust me, I’m already uncomfortable writing this), it’s necessary to thoroughly evaluate how
Stratasys has announced the J850, a new 3D printer that builds upon their previous J750 platform. The J750 is one of very few full-color 3D printing options available today. The J850 adds an extra model material to the J750, giving it not only full-color, but also unmatched multi-material capability. The result is 3D printed prototype
Upgrading versions of SOLIDWORKS is usually a quick and easy process. But once in a while, a thing or two needs tweaking in the upgraded version to get things working as they should be. One of the most common things we run into here at CADimensions is customers mentioning that they upgraded versions and suddenly
Mass-produced products have been made with methods like injection molding, casting, and machining for the entirety of the industrial age. However, a handful of 3D printing companies are aiming to change that, and making additive manufacturing a cost-effective option to create end-use products. Businesses that design and manufacture products will need designers and engineers who