VLE Draughting is a company that specialises in structural steel detailing. The company was formed in 2014 to meet the engineering needs of both manufacturing and construction industries. With boundless avidity for structural design and detailing, and extensive technical abilities, VLE delivers high quality, effective and informative steel detailed drawings.
BIM has great benefits for early stage. Visualising a project in 3D is not a new concept in architecture, but software allows us to analyse our buildings during design stages to give clients the most effective buildings.
With technology changing almost on a daily basis, the challenges faced by the construction industry are multi-dimensional: as a mature and conservative industry, new techniques are often slow to be adopted and even when they are, the speed at which technology changes makes one's head spin.
Bolt Engineering is a small South African engineering firm that specialises in the design and manufacturing of custom tools, jigs and fixtures for the manufacturing industry. Founded in 2010, the business started with a single computer in an old sewing room doing CAD design for companies in the automotive and trucking industries.
Autodesk Fusion 360: Growing the home-manufacturing market.
Whole Tooling Solutions (WTS) is a Cape Town based supplier of high-quality machine tools, machine accessories and carbide cutting tools. The company was established in 2015 in response to a need for cost effective tooling solutions for the growing hobbyist, start-up, and home-manufacturing market.
RAW specializes in the design, prototyping, testing and production of high quality furniture and workspace systems that are designed to endure. Its products are built with solid birch plywood from Finland, meaning they are high-quality, yet cost effective for mass production.
S-PLANE Automation (Pty) Ltd is an internationally recognised aerospace company specialising in the delivery of complete certification-ready Automation, Simulation, Communication and Ground Control Solutions for manned, unmanned and optionally piloted aircraft systems.
TMRW (The Mixed Reality Workshop) is a not-for-profit company, born out of a collaboration between contemporary artists and creative technologists at William Kentridge’s Centre for the Less Good Idea, an interdisciplinary incubator space for arts based in Maboneng, Johannesburg.
Launched in 2013, the Pier 9 facility in San Francisco is a state of the art workshop designed to provide top engineers, designers and innovators with a creative environment within which to develop their innovations. The space was conceptualised by Autodesk as a place for designers to work on non-traditional inventions and help keep the industry fresh and innovative.