What Do You Need in CAD in 2020? (survey invite)

What do you need in CAD in 2020 and the next decade? Is your tool ready? Does it have the features you need to keep your company competitive? Please share your thoughts and perspective in this new CAD survey. What technologies will be important to your company in 2020? Which ones will be important to

CAD Design in Teams (survey invite)

This survey is now closed. Please check out our Active Research page for additional Tech-Clarity survey opportunities. What do leading companies do to support engineering teams while they design in CAD? What challenges do companies need to overcome to improve collaboration? What’s the impact of poor collaboration on you? Please share your thoughts and perspective.

Engineer Better Products (survey invite)

How do leading companies engineer better products? How are they dealing with today’s complex design problems? What potential problems should design engineers consider for to improve product quality? Please share your thoughts and perspective. We are conducting new research on how to engineer better products, examining the impact of increased complexity, more materials, and more

Plastic Part and Mold Design (survey invitation)

How do leading companies improve the quality of their plastic parts? What steps do moldmakers take to reduce the length of mold trials? If your company designs or produces plastic parts or molds, please share your experience. We are conducting new research on the design of plastic parts and molds and common challenges manufacturers face. We are

Empowering Engineers with Better Design Decisions (Survey Invite)

How do leading companies empower their engineers to become even better design engineers? Please share your experience. We are conducting new research on engineering and design, examining the impact of late changes vs. early changes. What do engineers do when they are not 100% confident in a design decision? Can simulation help?   If you already

Shifting CTO Design and Validation Left (infographic)

This infographic explains how manufacturers can improve configure-to-order (CTO) profitability by shifting design and validation “left,” earlier in the product lifecycle, to rapidly respond to requests with accurate quotes and quality products. For more information on 3D Design and Validation, download the related eBook from our sponsor Dassault Systemes (free of charge, registration required). You can also see