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.
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
Latrobe Foundry has been a family-owned business since 1933, adding the 4th generation into the mix in 2014. The company manufactures threaded and flanged aluminum pipe fittings using plastic and wood patterns for a variety of industries, including agricultural, chemical, construction, and marine. With their first location in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, they have recently expanded out
The name of the game in new product development is time. Time to prototype iterations, time to market and time of development go hand-in-hand in bringing a new product to the masses. According to the McKinsey Global Institute, for every 7 product ideas, only 1.5 launch. Of those that do launch, only one will yield
Have you ever imported a part that still needed some work to be done on it, and you weren’t sure where to begin? Did the geometry fail import diagnostics and now you’re stuck with a collection of surfaces? This excerpt will cover some surfacing tools that may help you get out of the mud with
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Hey everyone! Today we’re going to be talking about the Problem Capture tool inside and outside of SOLIDWORKS. Do you ever find yourself stuck after the program has crashed, or something weird is going on? Well, look no further than your (and your tech-support engineer’s) favorite tool, SOLIDWORKS RX. This has the ability to grab
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