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Engineering
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Tolerance Analysis Fundamentals Workshop
A few weeks ago we hosted a workshop on the fundamentals of tolerance analysis. In the workshop, we walked a group of engineers through the basic steps of a simple tolerance analysis, to help them gain experience around how to complete a tolerance analysis for higher quantity manufacturing processes.
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Spotlights
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How Ford is Redefining Its Business to Meet a Shifting Industry
The development of autonomous vehicle technologies, coupled with a growing demand for personal transport options and decreasing interest in vehicle ownership, is radically impacting the automotive industry. Forward-thinking OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) like Ford are responding with a bold new strategy: redefining themselves as service-oriented mobility companies.
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Teardowns
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WowWee CHiP Robot Toy Dog Teardown
In the latest Fictiv teardown, we take apart WowWee's CHiP the Robot Toy Dog to find out what makes him such a sprightly little robot companion.
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Company
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Uplevel Your Team with 4 Amazing New Fictiv Features
Over the past few months we’ve been hard at work to deliver the features our community has been asking for. In this post, I’m excited to highlight some of these amazing new features, designed to increase your team’s productivity at every stage of development.
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Business
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5 Crowdfunding Lessons for Hardware Startups
Here are five crowdfunding lessons for hardware startups to help you develop, launch, and deliver your product as smoothly as possible.
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Design
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PCB Design: How to Balance Functionality in the Context of Mechanical Constraints
Our latest post in the Hardware Guide aims to help electrical and mechanical engineers more easily identify PCB design issues and minimize revision cycles, to ensure that popular features can fit in new products.
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