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SOLIDWORKS World is approaching fast, its just one month away! We want you to be there! Be sure to check out all that SOLIDWORKS World has to offer you and your business. From workshops, technical classes, examinations, and so much more, there is so a wide spectrum of things to do. Take a look for yourself.
Being an independent engineering consultant, often working from a custom-built, home design studio has so much more to offer than the obvious perks. It is a rewarding and busy lifestyle with diverse and complicated projects. It is a job that allows for vast creativity which often requires a much longer workday than the typical eight hours. Scott Reed from Reed Technical Associates has been a design and mechanical/manufacturing engineering consultant for 15 years. Scott has worked with various companies in a range of industries, from medical, to aerospace, and everything in between, and he wouldn’t have it any other way.
Scott has years of design and manufacturing experience, holding degrees in both manufacturing and mechanical engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology and Fairfield University, respectively. He worked in engineering for about 12 years prior to starting his own company in 2004. Much of his early work consisted of products within the medical industry but has since expanded his knowledge drastically. Read the full article.
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The Engineering World
Time and Money: How Much Do Industrial Robots Cost?
“A robotic automation project can be a daunting task for manufacturing professionals. The stakes are high, with high capital expenditures and the promise of significant improvements to the speed, efficiency and quality of the target process. In addition, most projects involve a contracted system integrator, and deployment and integration timelines can be hazy…” Read the full article on engineering.com