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Check Out the New Coffee and CAM Series

Have a question about cooking? Need to know how to fix your shower curtain? Wondering how far it is from your house to that new Thai restaurant? What do you do? You go to the internet. Every.time. All.Day.Long. And if you have a specific interest (like fixing up old cars), you probably find yourself reading blogs or watching videos regularly to learn new tips and tricks on how to make the process shorter and limit the number of “adult” words used while performing the task.

Coffee and CAM is a new video series hosted by SOLIDWORKS that aims to answer questions like these as they relate to manufacturing. As more and more people are starting to get into the world of manufacturing, it is important to have a place where people can go to see how others approach manufacturing in a real-world environment.

The goal of Coffee and CAM video series is to work through different processes from idea to reality in an informal setting. As more projects and process are gathered, they will be added to the playlists. The first episodes cover building clutch mounts, hydraulic reservoirs and a custom shifter for a six-speed swap.

The Coffee and CAM team also brings in a 3D scanner to show how this process is handled for an upcoming project that will be built, tested and installed throughout the year. You may even see the parts being machined live at SOLIDWORKS World 2019 in Dallas! They will also be visiting customers and talking with them about how they make components and work through challenges in manufacturing and processes that they are implementing to be a leader in their industry. Stay tuned to Coffee and CAM as the team helps showcase what makes design and production so amazing!

Click here to watch the episode one.

Have questions about how SOLIDWORKS can help you with your manufacturing needs? Click here and an expert from The SolidExperts will be happy to assist you.

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