GrabCAD Print hits primetime

After an intense five-month beta program with bleeding-edge customers such as Joe Gibbs Racing  and 4Moms, GrabCAD Print is ready for primetime. Streamline those age-old processes and workflows and bring them into the digital age and advance toward Industry 4.0 with ease. Read more

What’s up with the new terms?

You may have noticed that we recently changed our site's Terms of Use. Some of you have asked what that’s about. Since one of our core values here at GrabCAD is transparency, it’s important to tell you why we updated the terms. Read more

The new GrabCAD Library: connected, collaborative, customizable

GrabCAD has always been a community where engineers and designers can share their CAD models, find inspiration for new concepts, and download parts to advance their product design process. From day one, we have been driven by the curiosity and creativity that originally drew many of us to engineering. With that in mind, we have been hard at work on some huge improvements that make it easier than ever to discover amazing CAD models. Read more

GrabCAD will be joining the Stratasys family

Dear GrabCAD Community, Today is an exciting day in GrabCAD history - I’m happy to announce that GrabCAD has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by Stratasys. Once the transaction is closed, subject to the fulfillment of customary closing conditions, GrabCAD will be joining the Stratasys family. Read more

Project Spotlight – The Bike Project by Oregon Manifest

GrabCAD spoke to Shannon Holt, co-founder of Oregon Manifest and creator of The Bike Design Project. A crowd-sourced competition and exploration, the cycling public decided which bike was the Ultimate Urban Utility Bike in their collective eyes. Since Oregon Manifest is an independent innovation platform for utility cycling that asked teams to create a new product outside the larger bicycle industry, it felt most appropriate to allow the general public to decide which bike they'd like to see on the retail floor. The competition included 5 teams from Chicago, New York, Portland, San Francisco and Seattle and the winning design will be manufactured by 2015. Read more