Posts with tag: ‘engineers spotlight’

Engineer’s Spotlight – Chris Shakal

What’s a great jet aircraft design without a jet engine? For most aerospace CAD designers, you’ve probably seen and downloaded the work of this fine GrabCAD Engineer, Chris Shakal. With 3 out of the top 5 most downloaded Jet Engine designs on GrabCAD, Chris has turned his passion for aviation into parasolids, sharing with everyone. So we decided who better than Chris for another Engineer’s Spotlight!

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Engineer’s Spotlight – Tommy Mueller

What do Chesspieces, Ninja Stars, Mastheads and Hot-Air Balloons have in common? Tommy Mueller of course. Calling from Portland, Oregon, Tommy is a relatively new member to GrabCAD, but also an entrepreneur, a metalworker, an inventor and a designer. I stumbled across his blog recently, and we got chatting not just about GrabCAD but his more recent foray into advanced solar systems.

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Engineer’s Spotlight – James Coleman

Photo-rendering has become an art onto itself. Sure, photorealism has been around in film and gaming for a while – but product demonstration is in growing demand. As it turns out, a lot of students have begun to turn to GrabCAD’s 60,000 file Library to practice and perfect their skills. We caught up with one such user – James Coleman – and put him under our ray-traced, gamma-corrected Engineer’s Spotlight!

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Engineer’s Spotlight: Verislav Mudrak

Verislav is our top Engineer on GrabCAD, #1 in terms of points. Usually we put the spotlight on those who aren’t on the frontpage of GrabCAD, but there comes a time when you have to answer that question – how did you do it? And who are you? And Verislav kindly agreed to answer a few questions for our Engineer’s spotlight.

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Engineer’s Spotlight: Easton G

Easton is one of the number of young GrabCAD users out there – an embryonic Engineer. We noticed all of these interesting designs in the library and found out that Easton was all of 14 years old. I don’t know where you were at 14, but getting a computer with a Graphic User Interface was probably a tough job for half our user-base. We got in contact with him and had a nice chat for our Engineer’s Spotlight!

 

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