Posts by Stephen Holmes

Prime Cuts: That’s the spirit

Published 31 March 2011

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: prime cuts, vodka

We’ve been known to like a tipple here at D3D, so we weren’t going to turn our noses up at the chance to look at the design of a new luxury vodka bottle.

Unfortunately the bottles were empty.

Industrial Design Consultancy (IDC) has just completed the project to develop the luxury vodka bottle with unique design appeal for upmarket brand Nordic Spirit.

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Job of the week: Sunseeker Yachts want a CAD Manager

Published 30 March 2011

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CAD Manager - Sunseeker Ltd

Job Type: Permanent
Industry Sector: Product development and manufacturing - marine/shipbuilding
Software Packages: AutoCAD, NX
Location: Poole, Dorset

Luxury motor yacht company Sunseeker International Ltd are currently looking to recruit immediately for a position based between the design and IT departments to provide CAD/CAM (5 Axis) technical support, training, and implement best practice for its in-house CAD users.

Responsibilities will include:
- Technical support of CAD/CAM (5 Axis) Systems (NX, Teamcenter, & AutoCAD) to include patch management of applications, server releases and supplier liaison.
- Provide support for Plotting / Printing and Electronic File Submissions
- Implement user training and best practices
- Development and implementation of CAD Standards throughout the company
- Coordinating with Vendors and Suppliers: Uploading supplier parts and information into Teamcenter
- Harnessing Teamcenters reporting and Visualisation tools
- Provide documentation for all CAD systems
- Involvement in ongoing integration of Design data into ERP system.

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Job of the week: Autodesk software development

Published 23 March 2011

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Software Designers and Developers

Job Type: Permanent
Industry Sector: Software Development
Location: Yorkshire

Autodesk have enlisted us to find them:

Senior software engineer
Navisworks user-interaction designer
Software quality engineers
Technical writer
Software development project manager

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Job of the week: Greaves Best Design

Published 16 March 2011

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Product Designers and Engineers

Job Type: Permanent
Industry Sector: Product Development and Manufacturing
Software Category: CAD/CAM/CAE
Software Packages: SolidWorks
Location: Hampshire

Greaves Best Design is an award winning product design and engineering consultancy. We have a wide range of clients from multinational companies to innovating entrepreneurs which creates an interesting and challanging range of design opportunities.

It requires:

Creative product designers with excellent 3D CAD modelling skills (SolidWorks) and a good understanding of the design process, materials and manufacturing.

Product engineers with good engineering degree and competent 3DCAD skills (SolidWorks). Able to design, detail and geometric tolerance for a wide range of materials and manufacturing processes. A minimum of 2 year’s industrial or consultancy experience is required.

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Prime Cuts: MAP is fishing for better design

Published 10 March 2011

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: prime cuts, method, fishing, map

Meet Mr Carp - MAP is designing to help you catch these little fellas

Fishing is never going to have the most glamorous of images, but there’s no doubting that it’s hugely popular; popularity breeds competition, and competition means big money is at stake.

MAP is based in Redditch, the home of British fishing tackle, a result of its heritage from the needle-making industry, which was adapted to create fishing hooks.

Specialising in competition level fishing tackle; just like in any sport it’s the upgrades in the hardware that progress what competitors can achieve – this even comes down to the way you prepare your bait, how it flirts with the fishies, and how quick it is to repeat the process.

A method feeder, a line feed method designed to provide a weighted grip for the breadcrumb-like bait

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Job of the week: TechSoft 3D

Published 09 March 2011

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German-Speaking CAD Applications Consulting Engineer

Job Type: Permanent
Industry Sector: Product Development and Manufacturing
Software Category: CAD/CAM/CAE
Software Packages: AutoCAD, Inventor, ProEngineer, SolidWorks
Location: Cumbria or Germany

TechSoft 3D is embarking on an exciting new business expansion and as a result is now seeking to grow its team of highly skilled staff. It requires a fluent German-speaking CAD Applications Consulting Engineer to support new product expansion within German speaking markets in the EMEA territory. This is primarily a pre-sales role working alongside our commercial team to assist with recruitment of new customers and partners for an emerging range of OEM software products.

Requirements:
• Fluent in German and English, both written and spoken
• BSc or equivalent in an applicable field, preferably Engineering, Computer Science or Mathematics
• Very strong analysis and problem-solving skills; ability to work independently
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Familiarity with writing and debugging C/C++ code
• Ability to work well both in a task-oriented, team environment and on your own

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• Fast learner with an attention to both the overall concept and the details

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Prime Cuts: The ElliptiGO strides into view

Published 04 March 2011

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: solidworks, elliptigo

ElliptiGO, the elliptical bicycle in its finest green livery

Its big, brash, and practically a bicycle, but what makes the ElliptiGO stand out is that it takes the benefits of the cross-trainer inside the gym and drags them outside.

Designed specifically to mimic the running stride, the benefits of the cross-trainer system reduce impact injuries to those with delicate joints, which is where former Ironman competitors Bryan Pate and Brent Teal got the idea for designing the ElliptiGO 8S.

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