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18th June 2020 | Articles

Cambridge Design Technology & SolidWorks: Perfect Partnership After 25 Years

SolidWorks is among the world’s leading 3D modelling software tools. Founded in 1993, version 1 was launched in 1995, after which the firm was soon acquired by Dassault Systems. SolidWorks 2020 was released in September 2019 as the 28th version...

11th June 2020 | Latest News

How to take your new product from concept to prototype PART 2

In our last article we looked in detail at the different stages involved in taking a new product concept from the drawing board through to a CAD design ready for prototyping. In this next piece, we’ll continue with our look under...

04th June 2020 | Latest News

How to take your new product from concept to prototype PART 1

If you’re in the early stages of planning a new product concept or idea, and you’re wondering what’s involved in getting it to market, it can help to understand the process.   In this article we aim to shed some light...

15th May 2020 | Blog, Latest News

Product Design: What’s involved?

Product design in its broadest definition is a term for the process which typically follows the agreement of a core product development requirement, idea or concept. Manufacturing companies and entrepreneurs that need to realise a first stage or new version...

15th April 2020 | Articles, Latest News

Cambridge Design Technology, PTC Creo & Root Solutions

Back in August 2016 we wrote about our skills in 3D modelling application PTC Creo and our relationship with Root Solutions, who we’ve worked with for many years. Since then, the tool has moved on is now at version 7.0....

09th April 2020 | Articles

Choosing the right product design partner

Making the decision to bring in external skills and services isn’t always easy or straightforward. Taking the first step is a hurdle in itself. But secondly, it can be hard to know how what criteria to use in finding the...

27th March 2020 | Latest News

Intellectual Property Protection: Why, Where, When & How

If you’re in the process of designing or developing a new product or technology, you will at some point need to consider how you will protect your invention. Many people immediately think of ‘patent’ protection as the default form of...

10th March 2020 | Blog

CDT Sponsor the Anglet Beach Rugby Festival

We’re delighted to be sponsoring a team at this year’s Anglet Beach Rugby festival. Our product designer, Jack Lowe, will be taking part in the festival. We caught up with him to find out a bit more about the event....

05th March 2020 | Articles

Claiming R&D Tax Credits – Where to Start

Whether you’re a young start up or an established business with a strong product development process, every little helps. So, it makes sense to take advantage of whatever tax breaks you’re entitled to. For companies with an active research and...

27th January 2020 | Latest News

Looking forward in the world of robotics

Not so long ago, the thought of having intelligent droids walking around our homes had always been something we could only imagine, but the latest innovations seem to be making the reality of that seem much more possible. Here we...

12th December 2019 | Latest News

Merry Christmas from CDT

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers and wish them all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Our office’s will be closed between the 20th December and the 6th January, to allow our...

12th December 2019 | Articles

2019 in review

This year has been a busy one! We’ve had the pleasure of working with an amazing team of 18 engineers across our app, hardware and software teams. Together, we’ve been working across a wide variety of projects and sectors including;...

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