DASI Solutions Blog


PDM Server Configuration Considerations


Written by: John MacArthur, PDM Project Manager

While not the most exciting topic in the world, I get asked a LOT about my recommendations for setting up PDM Servers. So, I thought I would get it out there in a blog post for anyone who needed the info.

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Add a Splash of Color to Your Otherwise Boring Electrical Schematic!

Add a splash of color to electrical schematics

Written by: Cheri Guntzviller, Electrical Application Specialist

Life is not black and white. Life is full of color. No one wants to have to work in a drab world with black and white and shades of gray – you would never see a rainbow! The same can be said about software. Why work in a dull software when there are options for so much more?

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Employee Spotlight: Dave Leahy

Dave Leahy - DASI Simulation Solutions Manager


What is your role at DASI?

As the Simulation Solutions Manager, I work with customers and our Solution Sales team to ensure we are positioning the right design validation software tools to help customers improve design productivity. Our Simulation tools are an add-in that allows engineers to virtually test their products before they are even built. Virtual Simulation of product designs has been around a long time but many or our customers have yet to take advantage of these powerful tools. My role is to help change that.

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HOWE - Job Opening for CAD Designer

DASI customer HOWE has a job opening for a CAD Designer with SOLIDWORKS experience.


This is a unique opportunity to get a job working for a high branded international furniture company and being a part of a new adventure! As a part of HOWE’s growth strategy, we seek a CAD Designer to support our team in Grand Rapids, MI. You will have a key role in developing our sup-pliers through technical information, drawings and general support.

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SOLIDWORKS Motion: Contacts and Collisions

Written by: Shaun Bentley, Application Engineer

Contact problems can be tricky. If you consider my tips on elastic properties, the contact region, and friction you may be able to get your model moving in the right direction more easily.

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