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
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.
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
How can CAD tools become even better in the future? Please share your thoughts in this short CAD survey. What challenges should future CAD tools solve? What are the problems with current tools? How should CAD tools evolve? How should CAD tools change to meet tomorrow’s business needs? Could modern infrastructures benefit CAD tools? Should cloud technology impact CAD? These are the types of questions
What do you recommend as best practices to design and produce tooling for injection molding? Which technologies should moldmakers use? Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in this new survey on designing and producing tooling for injection molding. Does your company design molds? Or produce them? If so, we would like to learn
Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in this new CAD survey. Have you migrated from 2D to 3D? Switched from one 3D CAD tool for another? Have you considered getting even more from your 3D models with model based design? Or have you stuck with the same approach? Do you work with multi-CAD data?