Thursday, January 5, 2017

Highlights for an Amazing 2016!!


2016 has ended; what a year it had been. Yes, it was indeed a year considered by many to be challenging, yet exciting and inspiring. The year started out strong as we had our 35th anniversary networking gala and ASEAN Economic Forum; and finished even stronger with many amazing experiences in between. We have all this to thanks to our customers, thank you for being part of our amazing year.

Here are some of our favourite moments:

Sin Chew Business Excellence Award


For us, this is indeed another milestone achieved - to be recognised with the Sin Chew Business Excellence Award under the Digital and Technology category.

Without your support this would not have been possible. We will continue to strive for excellence in whatever that we do. May we all continue to work together, support each other and grow.

Major Events:

IME SOLIDWORKS Innovation Day 2017
 
“The Power You Need to Drive Innovation”

This event is such a memorable event for us. This year marks our 10th IME SOLIDWORKS Innovation Day. With the theme The Power You Need to Drive Innovation this year, we hope that every participant managed to bring back some new ideas and inspirations, and that it gained them an edge in driving innovation.

It was a great experience for us indeed to have toured around Malaysia and met incredible participants. Can’t wait to see you at IME SOLIDWORKS Innovation Day 2018!

Check out what happened HERE!

Mawea Customer Meet 2016


It was great to meet up again in this biennial event with the theme Empowering Engineering Technology. As mentioned by our group Chairman Mr. Teoh, technology is changing at a rate that is faster than ever, there is no time more suitable than now, for us to leverage on technology, and be innovative in transforming our process and business.

Check out the event photos, HERE.

Visualize (Render Like A Pro Contest)


We organised the Render Like A Pro Contest on our social media last few months. The contest lasts for 3 months long and great feedbacks we received from the participants and our social media fans. The contest aims to raise awareness and expose participants about the latest rendering tools available in the market.

The winner of the Contest, Yusuf Buwanguzi said that “I believe it’s not only the performance that makes a great product, but also its visual appearance. There is a popular saying: ‘Design is where art and science break even’. I am right at that junction.”  

Click HERE to see rendering images submitted.

Improve Quality and Productivity: Modern Machine Shop


We are bringing for the first time participants to our Manufacturing Techno Hub for the Modern Machine Shop seminar. The topics covered by the speaker is ONE SETUP MACHINING - Complete multi-axis machining and Quality Inspection in one setup, SCAN AND INSPECT - Use 3D Scanner for reverse engineering and quality inspection and PROGRESSIVE MACHINING - Complete a complex part with multitask and just one operator.

We hope you've got some good ideas on how to transform your machine shop into a modern one during this seminar.

Check out the event photos, HERE. 

Driving Operational Success  


It is always encouraging to meet with people who share the same interest or objective. As mentioned by the speaker during the event day, there are 3 stages in the journey towards Operational Success: Initiating Change - Implementation - Sustaining Change. 

We concluded the event with examples of successful system implementations from our customers, technology assessment steps and how to further assess your readiness for new technology adoption.   

Click HERE to experience the event through photos.

Partnership and Collaboration

MoU Signed with Dassault Systèmes and Institute of Technology of Cambodia


We are delighted to be part of this ambitious partnership. Through this partnership, teachers and students at ITC will be offered a specialized suite of tools for engineering design, documentation, simulation and sustainable design in one easy-to-learn software package.

We hope with this partnership we are able to narrow the gap between classroom and actual workplace by integrating digital technologies such as virtual environment learning on real industrial projects.

CREST Youth Industry Boot Camp 2016


Meeting up with a group of students is always inspiring us. In collaboration with CREST last year, we are mentoring 100 over participants in the boot camps organised under the Engineering, Science and Technology Youth Programme 2016. 

We spent days in each boot camp, mentoring them throughout the product development process from product design up to prototype development. Our engineers also shared with the students their personal experience while pursuing the engineering career path. 

Check out the event photos, HERE.

PSDC Engineering 4.0  

This is indeed a great event you shouldn't miss - the PSDC inaugural Industry 4.0 Week. Throughout the week, so much to take away from the sharing by agencies such as MDEC, PSDC and MIDA as well as other industry players. We also shared with the participants in the talk on "Simulation from Production Ideation to Production”.


Building the Community 

Congratulations, Maelstrom Team 


We had the honour to help them with 3D modelling and production of their design, and are proud to be part of the creation of the 4×4 vehicle, which can navigate and complete obstacles on a test track and emulate the capabilities of a full size 4×4 vehicle.

They also managed being ranked 10 out of 21 teams from 14 countries and also winning the Best Sponsorship and Marketing Award in the Land Rover 4×4 in Schools Technology Challenge in UK.

APU Engineering Student’s Final Year Project


The students had done an amazing and interesting final year project that is a Humanoid Robot ELA. Ela was designed using CATIA V6, programmed to mimic human’s movements, listen to human commands, recognise colour objects; she can even be controlled using your brain.

The students from Asia Pacific University (APU) with MAWEA Industries, not only gained real project management experience, but were also exposed to real technology and solutions that are being used in the industry for product development.  The project scope was especially comprehensive as it covered exposure in several areas: industrial robots, product design, kinematic analysis, virtual simulation.

Once again, thank you it had been a wonderful year, an awesome year full of awesomeness and I wish all of our partners and supporters a happy new year. I look forward to engaging with you all again in 2017! :)

Oh yeah, don’t forget to check out our Website and Facebook Page for the latest updates. Feel free to drop us an email at marketing@cadcam.com.my for any enquiries or suggestions, we would love to hear from you. Cheers!

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Manage Stamping Die at Your Fingertips

Last month, we have organised a few workshops for the sheet metal industry, sharing our knowledge in tooling design.



Tooling is one of the key manufacturing processes. By managing the tooling process well, one will be able to improve the product time-to-market and reduce the scrap rate as well as production cost. In the 3-hour session, we talked about the part analysis and unfolding process, with a focus on the integration of blank development with tooling design.























By attending this workshop, the participants have had the opportunity to experience the fast and accurate blank shape generation through a hands-on session. They were encouraged to bring along the CAD files they were working on, so that they would have a better understanding on how to unfold the formed part in just a minute, and bring the blank size of their part back.


To register your interest in a similar event, you may reach us at marketing@cadcam.com.my or visit our website for more information on the upcoming workshops and events.




Monday, July 11, 2016

SEAM 2016 - Symposium and Exhibition on Additive Manufacturing 2016

Organised by the Advanced Materials Research Centre (AMREC), SIRIM Berhad, the Symposium and Exhibition on Additive Manufacturing (SEAM) 2016 will be held at The Light Hotel in Penang from 26th July (Tuesday) to 27th July 2016 (Wednesday).

SEAM 2016 is a symposium followed by a full-day workshop on the second day, focusing on the latest technology of powder metallurgy, additive manufacturing. There will be authoritative experts, industry leaders, and participants from the academia, sharing their knowledge on additive manufacturing industry development, technology management and the operation during production process. Also, the symposium will discuss about areas such as processing and design, materials for additive manufacturing, additive manufacturing technologies, applications and industries, bioprinting and tissue engineering.

During this event, we are proud to present a topic on “The Auxiliary of Additive Manufacturing”, in which we will touch on how 3D scanning technologies and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) can complement additive manufacturing. These elements are crucial in a complete product development which could bring out the best in additive manufacturing technology.

For more information, please contact us at marketing@cadcam.com.my, or visit SEAM 2016 official website.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

What Makes A Great Engineer?

Do you have any engineers in mind that you always look up to? Who is your all-time favourite? Thomas Edison? Nikola Tesla? Henry Ford? Have you got what it takes to be a great engineer? 

To be successful in the field of engineering, here are some of the common traits and similarities great engineers shared and the skills and personalities that are required of you. 

Cheers, to all the great engineers out there, and the soon-to-be engineers.





Thursday, June 9, 2016

Techne@PSDC - 3D Scanning Technology and Applications


In an earlier session of Techne@PSDC, a series of technical talks and lectures organised by PSDC, we are pleased to be invited to share our knowledge on 3D scanning technology with the participants. The event was very well responded with some 40 participants joining us to explore the technology and its applications in the industry.

In the two-and-a-half-hour session, we shared about different types of 3D scanners and how 3D scanning technology can help throughout front line operations and pre-production processes. We also further discussed with the audience on how the technology allows one to have better control in product design, production engineering, quality check on ordered components, and product inspection. Of all its major applications – some of which has revolutionised the product development process – product inspection and reverse engineering are among the most common use of 3D scanning technology.


We had a demo session at the end of our presentation showing the audience how the system, a combination of scanner and software, is employed to capture and reuse the 3D information. The whole process, including remodelling a design of the size and range of complexity of a computer mouse, was completed within twenty minutes.


With the intelligent feature recognition of the system, it allows the user to have good control over the quality of a model created through the remodelling process. The crowd was also very impressed with the ease of use of the system.

It was indeed a very fruitful day for us, sharing with an engaging audience the valuable practical information and insights of this technology.


Click HERE to experience the event through photos.