DASI Solutions Blog


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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The Grizzlies are Coming to Downtown Pontiac

Oakland University Grizz Night in Downtown Pontiac

Written by: Kayla Savale, Marketing Coordinator

Do you remember your first week of college? Did you live on campus, or did you commute? What were your favorite things about your first week? Did your University or college have a “welcome week” to help you settle in?

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Coping Pipe for Strong Welds

Written by: Greg Dawes, Application Engineer

When welding two pipes together at an angle just trimming one to the other doesn’t give us a desirable result.

Welding pipes together

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Don’t Lose Your CAD Files: How to Make a Backup in Windows 10


Written by: Krystal Petersen, IT Support

In Windows 10, you are given a variety of ways to do a backup, or even set up a reoccurring backup to your PC. There are a couple of types of backup that Windows 10 is capable of.

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JOB POSTING – Project Engineer

DASI customer Tectonics has a job opening for a Project Engineer with SOLIDWORKS and AutoCAD experience.

Position Overview: 


Job Type: Full-time

The role of the Project Engineer is to develop and produce highly detailed fabrication and assembly drawings for shop construction of Aluminum Extrusions, Round Tubing, 2D CNC, Millwork, and Steel. This person will collaborate with estimating, project management team and manufacturing to bring conceptual ideas into detailed and accurate production plans.

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