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  1. Ted Henning says:

    My name is Ted Henning and I head up User Training at Support at StudioGPU. Our flagship product, MachStudio Pro, allows users to utilize the power of the GPU to create high quality, real-time CG visualization. We bring in assets from 3D software such as Maya, Max, XSI, Revit and Rhino and have just finished building an exporter for SolidWorks.

    We are looking for an experienced SolidWorks user to test the exporter, report any bugs or issues and recommend to our engineers any features or requirements that would be needed for a smooth integration into the standard SolidWorks visualization pipeline. This would probably take two or three days now, and possibly a few more days after the engineers have made changes. We would need this person to work in our studios in Hollywood.

    Please email me at ted@studiogpu.com if you would like more details.

    Cheers

    Ted Henning
    Director of User Training & Support
    StudioGPU
    http://www.StudioGPU.com

  2. Job Description:
    Hello,
    I manage the Planning department for Span-O-Matic, Inc. We’re looking for an entry level Sheet-Metal Programmer/Nester with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the Sheet- Metal industry. Person will be responsible for programming turret and laser machines and ensuring all material is utilized to capacity. Programming of flat pattern sheet metal data will be done using AutoCAD 2005 with Striker Systems CAM, Bysoft Laser nesting CAM & SolidWorks 2012. Individual must be proficient with sheet metal and be able to adapt to the needs of engineering and manufacturing. As a team member, you will determine the best approach to minimize labor, material, and overhead costs while insuring manufacturability.

    Candidate should possess a strong knowledge of the following:
    1. Reading & Understanding Blueprints and Technical drawings.
    2. Turret and Laser CNC Programming.
    3. Sheet-metal math skills
    4. PC based network file and folder structures.
    5. 2D / 3D CAD/CAM systems i.e. SolidWorks & AutoCAD

    A proficiency test is given at time of application.

    Apply with:
    Span-O-Matic, Inc. (www.spanomatic.com)
    825 Columbia St.
    Brea, CA 92821
    (714) 256-4700

  3. Jack Kelly says:

    Cash for SolidWorks Files…

    Independent engineer in Tustin needs a SolidWorks designer to create several SolidWorks+STL files from physical prototypes, sketches and old-school AutoCAD files.

    I come to your workstation with CAD, prototypes and sketches.
    We work through the designs one by one (hourly basis).
    You get a handful of cash.
    I get the files.

    This obviously works best if you are relatively near Tustin, reasonably priced and talented.

    It would also be great if you have experience and insights on 3D Printing.

    Cheers!

    Jack
    jack@jackkelly.com

  4. I am looking for a SolidWorks professional (must have 2011 version or later) for a potential job starting up at the end of June through early September.

    The work will require updating some animations from files created in SolidWorks and exported to movie files. It is a freelance job so the work can be performed off site.

    Please contact me ASAP if interested.

    Thanks,

    Lucas

  5. an.design.lab. says:

    I am looking for an mechanical engineer to join my product design consultancy in costa mesa. Ideal candidate has both industrial design and mechanical engineering background. However, mechanical engineering background is necessary. Should have at least 2 years experience with design for manufacturing, experience with injection molded plastics a plus. Must use solid works. Looking to fill this position ASAP

    Check us out at http://www.andesignlab.com

    Please send portfolio or sample work to:
    rachel@andesignlab.com

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