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Here are 5 of the Coolest Products on the Internet!

Here is a list of 5 of the coolest innovative products ranging from a headpiece that will improve your sleeping to a soccer ball that is able to track game statistics through a chip! UrgoNight Headband We live in a world that is constantly “go!, go!, go!” and where sleep comes at a premium. Since […]

Peoria Creo User Group Events

Peoria PTC Creo User Group — 2019

2019 Peoria Creo User Group  Sponsored by Design Engine and The Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bradley University. Registration provided by Continuing Education, Bradley University.  (Friday, May 3rd 2019) For the second year in a row, Bradley University hosted our Creo User Group Meeting. Our goal of this event was to bring CAD professionals and the […]

Ideas, Thoughts, Perspectives

The Importance of STEM Education

What is STEM? STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics and is a term that it used in order to group together these academic disciplines. The acronym was initially used in education to begin to acknowledge the anticipated lack of qualified individuals for future high-tech jobs. One of the main goals of the United […]

Ideas, Thoughts, Perspectives

How CAD Revolutionized Product Design

Product design, by definition, is the process of creating a new product to be sold by a business to its customers. The process includes the set of strategic and tactical activities, from idea generation all the way through to the commercialization of the product and each step in between. Product designers must conceptualize and evaluate […]

Creo Workshops

Creo vs. SolidWorks: Which is better?

What is Creo? Creo is a computer-aided design (CAD) program that was initially released in 1987 as Pro/ENGINEER by the company Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC). It was one of the first major solid modelers to enter the CAD market and greatly impacted the industry. Creo is a “family of CAD apps” that aids in product […]

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Blister from Riding Snowmobiles

Tips for Avoiding Blisters and Developing Healthy Calluses for Motorcyclists

Bart’s Blister from a hard day of riding snowmobiles. Avoid Blisters! Develop Calluses! Maintaining healthy hands for riding is key if you want a productive summer. Some of the most common problems motorcycle riders have ...
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New York Wants You to Redesign Their City’s Trash Bin

New York City has over 23,000 litter baskets outside. The most common design is the green wire mesh basket – due to the affordability and easy serviceability, the design has been left mostly the same since the 1930s. New ...
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Electrification 2.0, A Second Act for Tesla

Tesla Motors the company that brought back the electric car form the wilderness and in fact gave allure and glamour to electric cars in the guise of the boutique 2 seater performance car is now gearing up for what may be the ma...
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Carbon Fiber: The Road to Affordability

In early 2006 I had been been in steady contact with some of the designers/engineering staff from Cannondale with the intention of sending an instructor to their facility to raise the level of their Pro/E 3D skills. While it is...
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Maya

The Magic of Pixar and Maya

Last Friday we went on a work field trip to discover the magic behind Pixar Animation Studios through an exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, IL. Since we offer classes using Maya software, we wanted to und...
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BioLite FirePit: Making Fires Toasty Instead of Smokey

If you are an outdoors lover like me, you probably like to go camping , grill food, or sit outside at night with friends around a warm fire. Man has been doing these activities since he learned how to make a fire, and i’m...
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