Monthly Archives: February 2016

Michigan’s Bright Future

Written by: Kayla Savale, Marketing Coordinator It’s no news that Michigan’s STEM workforce pipeline is suffering. There are not enough students completing degrees or certifications to accommodate the number of job positions available in many fields. Employers in the area … Continue reading

How Do I Know My Mesh Is Good Enough?

Written by Shaun Bentley, Application Engineer Strictly speaking, there is no rigorous way of knowing for sure that the mesh you have chosen yields a good result, but the following techniques are some of the most popular ways that I … Continue reading

AutoRama, Here We Come!

Written by: Laura Cominotto, Marketing Manager With the DASI headquarters smack in the middle of the Woodward wide-track loop in Pontiac, it’s no mystery that we love to get involved with the car industry. I’m sure you’ve heard all about … Continue reading

Technology Justification, From the Simple to the Complex (Part 1)

Written by Dennis Strieter, Product Manager We have a saying at DASI, “Don’t let perfect get in the way of very good”. Over the years I’ve found this can apply to the need for a return-on-investment. For some technology investments … Continue reading

Don’t Dismiss Your Problems in SOLIDWORKS

Written by Jerald Staley, Help Desk Manager Since SOLIDWORKS 2008, the ability to have the software “Don’t Ask Again” on certain dialog boxes has been available. There are a few facts that everyone should know about these settings.