Developing tomorrow’s engineers: Siemens partners with ReDI Duisburg to teach students about CAD and 3D printing
Amid the pandemic, digitalization has become more important than ever. We’ve come to realize that digital skills have become critical and that they must be taught earlier – ideally at school. The #SiemensMovesSchools initiative helps academic institutions teach students the insights they need for their future careers, close knowledge gaps, and bring applied engineering to the classroom, and beyond.
Siemens launches free Solid Edge CAM Pro Student Edition
Earlier this month, we announced the launch of the Solid Edge CAM Pro Student Edition – a free version of our professional Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software for students. It is available free of charge, enabling students to learn and practice using the same professional Numerical Control (NC) programming solution used by industry-leading manufacturers around the world.
Expertise in impulse heat-sealing leads to new opportunities for medical device startup
6 years ago, Bob Mileti saw an opportunity to apply his knowledge in heat-sealing technology to the design and manufacture of an innovative mattress for healthcare facilities. To meet this challenge, he has set up a new venture, Unisoft Medical Corporation. Unisoft’s first product is the Unisoft One, the first healthcare mattress to be designed for pressure ulcer prevention and treatment, and optimal infection control.
Startup manufacturer developing lighter, more powerful fuel cells
Providing revolutionary power generation and propulsion systems is the focus for JALVASUB Engineering based in Las Rozas de Madrid, Spain.For the design of their marine vehicles, propulsion and power-generation systems, JALVASUB Engineering’s engineers are using Solid Edge.