Whole Hog Technologies Customer Feedback

Whole Hog Technologies received our first SolidBox machine this week, and the initial reaction is that this is one amazing SolidWorks computer experience. Prior to this new system, we have purchased computers directly from Dell, and really without any problems to speak of. Chris Castle and the SolidBox team however have a personal touch to add to the workstation experience, and since we spend most of our waking hours in front of a SolidWorks interface, we decided to give SolidBox a try. Th

published September 17, 2012

Ottlite using SolidBox to Illuminate your Life

SolidBox loves to see our customers succeed, and to see their product ideas become reality in the marketplace. Such was the case when our very own Joel Sears took a stroll through a local OfficeMax, as well as his most recent and oh-so-wonderful visit to his dentist. What did he see? Products from one of our more recent customers, OttLite, based out of Tampa, FL. OttLite specializes in high-definition indoor lighting solutions for various industries. Rich Bolduc, Product Designer at OttLite,

published March 29, 2011

TMCo Inc. using SolidBox

SolidBox recently completed a sale to TMCo Inc. of Wewoka, OK. They specialize in the manufacture of orifice fittings for the measurement of natural gas. Jamie Broyles, Engineering Manager at TMCo, called to tell us how stoked he was about his new setup (a Professional Mobile System - M6500 Covet), and a little bit about how it's helped make his job easier: SB - How long have you been using SolidWorks? JB - About 8 years. SB - Why did you decide to go with SolidBox? JB - I had

published May 19, 2010

Bob’s Space Racers Inc. using SolidBox

Grab your mallets, it time to get wacky with the makers of Whac-A-Mole! SolidBox recently completed a sale to Bob's Space Racers Inc. of Daytona Beach, FL. If you've been to any Chuck-E-Cheese, Dave & Busters, or pretty much ANY amusement park, then you've seen their stuff in action. They manufacture a ton of amusement games such as the aforementioned Whac-A-Mole, Water Blast, as well as some interesting new products designed in SolidWorks. Tony Amos, the Product Development Engineer,

published April 24, 2010

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