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Hi this is Scott Tarcy and welcome to the Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast I’m a mechanical engineer and the president of CADdesignhelp.com. My company does CAD work and prototyping. I love designing and inventing products and creating businesses around that activity. There are many podcasts out there about entrepreneurship and a few about inventing, but I have yet to find a podcast specifically about the engineering and technical side of entrepreneurship Since I couldn’t find the exact podc ...
 
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Simulation Software – David Heiny – Ep73 David is Co-Founder and CEO of SimScale. SimScale is a web-based simulation platform bringing together CAE (computer aided engineering) functionality, content and people. Simulation is an engineering technique where a computer will approximate a situation, like the airflow through a heat exchanger or the ...…
 
Trademarks, Everything You Need to Know – Suzi Hixon – Ep72 Suzi Hixon has been a trademark attorney and trademark creation strategist for 15 years. She has managed the trademark portfolio of a Fortune 100 company, as well as numerous small businesses and startups. She focuses on strong brand name creation ~ from both the legal and marketing pe ...…
 
Twelve way to make a Prototype with Xometry – Greg Paulsen– Ep71 Greg Paulsen is the Director of Application Engineering at Xometry. He is an expert in helping determine the best-fit manufacturing process for customer projects and discussing design-for-manufacturing for over 12 different manufacturing technologies from precision machining to 3D ...…
 
How to Patent an Invention – Alex Hobson – Ep70 Alex Hobson is founder and president of Invention To Patent Services. He is also an inventor being listed on more than 20 U.S. patents. He has more than 20 years of experience. I’ve had other patent agents on the show before, but Alex is a little different. Alex was first a mechanical engineer and ...…
 
Autodesk, AutoCAD, and Fusion 360 Engineer – Bryce Heventhal – Ep69 Bryce Heventhal is the Sr. Technical Marketing Manager for Fusion 360. He has 9+ years of CAD, FEA, and generative design experience, with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. When he is not designing, he is out rock climbing. Bryce started his career as an Applications engineer f ...…
 
3D Printing Advice from a Formlabs Engineer - Andrew Edman – Ep68 Andrew Edman is an Industry Manager for product design, engineering, and manufacturing at Formlabs. He previously owned his own design company where he met the founders of Formlabs early on. Andrew looks for use cases for 3D printing. One such example is at Ashley Home Furniture. ...…
 
The Wheelchair Mountain Bike – Bowhead Corp (Chris Bagg and Will Gill) – Ep67 23 years ago, Chris Bagg broke his back snow boarding. Chris was very into outdoor sports and wanted to continue his activities as a parapalegic. Chris built his own custom wheelchair first. He needed this because all the stock chairs were too small for his 6 foot 8 i ...…
 
The Wonder Wallet Invention – Alan Beckley– Ep66 Alan Beckley is an entrepreneur, inventor, and podcaster. His degree is in aerospace engineering but worked a lot of his career in project management. In 2012, he hit it big with an invention of his, the Wonder Wallet. Today he continues to invent but also but also focuses on helping other invent ...…
 
Serial Inventor, Entrepreneur and Daymond John Business Partner – Mike Watts– Ep65 Mike Watts is a serial entrepreneur who has started 6 product-based companies totaling over $50million in total sales. Mike is currently serving as Founder and CEO of LoveHandle, who manufactures patented custom-printed smartphone accessories and is a partner of ...…
 
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) – John Laslavic– Ep64 If you are an engineer at a mid to large company, you are well aware what PLM is. But if not, hopefully this episode will teach you a few things. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is how companies organize the process of creating and modifying products. Traditionally this applied to just ...…
 
The Business of Bioscience – Susan Goebel – Ep63 Susan is what I call a Bioscience Entrepreneur. She went to college for Biology and her first job out of school involved creating displays in museums, but these aren’t your average displays. One display she worked on was the structure of the human heart, using an actual heart! She then worked for ...…
 
From Aerospace Engineer to Entrepreneur– Amy Simpkins – Ep62 Amy Simpkins is a speaker, author, and thought leader in innovation and the CEO of renewable energy startup, muGrid Analytics. She's an MIT-trained aerospace engineer who caught the entrepreneurship bug and loves facilitating massive leaps forward for individuals and organizations. Sh ...…
 
Asset protection for entrepreneurs – Scott Smith – Ep61 This episode focuses on some important business aspects of being an engineering entrepreneur: things like asset protection, insurance, and tax strategies. Scott is the founder of Royal legal solutions. His company specializes in asset protection for entrepreneurs. This includes what insura ...…
 
Lean Manufacturing and Lean Startups – Jason Burt – Ep60 Jason Burt is the owner of Evolve Holdings, which is a consultancy that focuses on teaching and applying the principles of Lean Manufacturing. Lean Manufacturing started off as the Toyota production system and centers around a continuous improvement culture and taking waste out of the man ...…
 
From Gear Head to Group Head – Paresh Shaw– Ep59 Paresh is a mechanical engineer who founded Enginpreneur Academy, which is a course to transform engineers into innovators, entrepreneurs, and inspiring leaders. He also runs the nonobviouscompany.com, which is a training company that addresses the 6 biggest challenges companies face today, like ...…
 
Finance your Inventions – Matt King– Ep58 One of the most important things to take care of in the invention process is figuring out how to pay for all the steps needed to get your product to market. Unless you have a trust fund or a high paying job, you will likely need help getting your product to market. It will take thousands (if not more) d ...…
 
Creating Software Products – Jay Gibb – Ep57 Jay Gibb is a software engineer, but he is also an entrepreneur. He has started 2 companies, Arizona Bay and Cloudsponge (links are at the end). Arizona Bay is a consulting firm that builds custom software. Cloudsponge is a digital asset (a product) that makes it easy for people to recommend your web ...…
 
The Patent Process Explained – James Wilson – Ep56 This episode is one that you inventors out there should definitely listen to. Most people know what a patent is but not many understand the process it takes to get one. In this episode I talked with James Wilson from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). James is the Assistant ...…
 
Innovation Freak Podcast – Nathan Kemmerer – Ep55 It’s not often the title of my podcast is about another podcast, but that is the case this week. Nathan Kemmerer (also a mechanical engineer like me) runs the Innovation Freak Podcast, which is a podcast that covers new innovation/technology around the world that has a positive impact. Some of h ...…
 
The Dadsak Invention and the Startup Bus – Jeremy Losaw – Ep54 Jeremy is the engineering director for Enventys Partners. He just got back from Startup Bus where his team, Sak Labs placed 2nd in the competition with the Dadsak, the world’s first fully integrated infant carrier and backpack diaper bag. I have worked with Jeremy on quite a few oth ...…
 
How Does 3D Scanning Really Work? – Matt Holling – Ep53 Matt Holling is the engineering manager at Dezignworks. His company specializes in reverse engineering using both laser scanning and bridge CMM. If you don’t know what that is, listen to the podcast, we go over it. Matt and I have done a lot of work together. While there are many ways to r ...…
 
From 3D Printed Dive Masks to Business Development Lead at Formlabs – Ryan Turk – Ep52 Ryan Turk and I first met about 3 years ago on Upwork.com. He was looking for an engineer to assist in his new business venture. His idea was to create custom dive masks using 3D scanning and 3D printing. He ended up hiring another engineer, but he did succes ...…
 
The Million Dollar Collar Invention – Rob Kessler – Ep51 Five years ago (2013) Rob was getting married in Jamaica. Everything went well except when Rob saw his wedding photos, he was shocked. His shirt collar was a sloppy, droopy mess. He does not like wearing ties, so he started looking for another solution. He searched online but every existi ...…
 
Freeeup Your Time – Nathan Hirsch – Ep50 We have hit 50 episodes of the podcast! Nathan Hirsch is a serial entrepreneur, hiring expert, and the CEO of FreeeUp.com. He has hired hundreds of freelancers to build his companies and has been featured on over 100 business podcasts sharing his knowledge on hiring and entrepreneurship. We talk about en ...…
 
Million Dollar Side Hustle with a Full Time Engineering Role – Tony Whatley – Ep49 Tony Whatley is a mechanical engineer from Houston, Texas. He is also a serial entrepreneur. Since he was 18 years old, he has worked in the oil and gas industry. He started out as a pipe fitter. He earned his college degree while working full time in the oil and ...…
 
All about Drones – Johnny McLendon – Ep48 Johnny McLendon is a Photographer and Certified Drone Pilot. He uses a Phantom 4 Pro. He uses his drone for creating maps and videos for large industrial facilities. We discuss the technical aspects of drones. I don’t personally own one, but I have some friends that do, and I have seen them in action. I ...…
 
Low Filament Alarm Invention and other 3D topics – Michael Graham – Ep47 This week my guest is Michael Graham. He is an engineer with HP, working on the multijet fusion printer. In his spare time, he works on his own inventions using Cubify Software and a Prusa i3 printer at home. I found him when I was looking for a solution to knowing when my ...…
 
Open Source SLA 3D Printing – Dean Piper – Ep46 This week my guest is Dean Piper. He is the founder of mUVe 3D, which is the manufacturer of open source SLA printers. The website is muve3d.net. I have quite a bit of experience running the Form2 resin printer for over 6 months now, so this conversation was very interesting to me. We talk in deta ...…
 
Medical Applications for 3D Printing – Jan Witowski – Ep45 This week my guest is Jan Witowski. He is a medical student in Poland and has taken the lead for developing medical applications for 3D printing in his university. The main application so far has been for surgeons working with liver surgery. We talk about how he creates the 3D files usi ...…
 
Improving the Education System with 3D Printing – Brian Federal – Ep44 This week my guest is Brian Federal. Brian is a Futurist, Keynote speaker, Filmmaker, and Designer. He has two companies: Prana Communications and Innovative GlasDesign Brian spent a lot of time in the past few years interviewing leaders in the 3D Printing industry and has n ...…
 
3D Printing for Investment Casting - Jerry Lepore – Ep43 This week we have Jerry Lepore. He is the CEO of Spectra3D, which is a 3D focused development company located in Asheville North Carolina (my home state). Spectra3D specializes in 3D printed investment casting patterns and tooling, as well as Cosplay props & more. They use Stacker and Fus ...…
 
3D Professional Networking - Chris Kaminsky – Ep42 Chris Kaminsky runs MI3D.co, which is a professional networking association focusing on all things 3D. The group is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Chris is a Mechanical Engineer by degree, currently working for GM. He started the MI3D so he could get together with other 3D printing enthusia ...…
 
Fusion3 F400 3D Printer Review – Ep 41 This week I will do a review of one of my 3D printers. The printer is the F400 from Fusion3. Fusion3 is a relatively new and small company based out of NC. The F400 was my 2nd 3D printer I purchased. My first printer was a Cube3 from 3D systems. That machine was so bad that 3D Systems does not even sell it ...…
 
3D Printed Miniature Roller Coaster – Coaster-track.com – Ep40 Lee Williams and Steve Guilmetter are the founders of coaster-track.com. Their invention is a miniature roller coaster that consists of mostly common hardware parts but also some 3D printed parts. The coaster is a fully functional mini replica. Both Lee and Steve are mechanical engi ...…
 
3D Printing Video Game Cases – Justin Shook – Ep39 Justin Shook was featured on episode 3 of the podcast and he is back, just about 1 year later. Last time we talked, he was running his business Shookideas.com. Me and him were both basically doing the same thing, running a product design and 3D printing service company. He has shifted his focus ...…
 
Inventing his own 3D Printer – Julian Merghart – Ep38 Julian Merghart is the founder of Blackened Industries (inspired by the Metallica song). His company sells CNC cut aluminum phone cases. I’ve never see that before. He also started and is still working on his own 3D printer. He desired to make his own printer after being disappointed with th ...…
 
The Window Wizard Invention – Robert Bowerman – Ep37 Robert Bowerman is the inventor of the Window Wizard, which is a tool to line up window frames and curtain rods to make sure they are level. The product is quite simple, but like any product, the process of getting it finished for sale is not simple. Robert hired my company off of Thumbtack.c ...…
 
Bottle Cap Light Up Invention– Bart Briggs– Ep36 Bart Briggs is currently an engineer for Newell Brands (formerly Rubbermiade). Like myself, he graduated from Virginia Tech (he got a degree in Materials Science and Engineering) After college he took a job with Halliburton, but despite excellent pay was experiencing job burnout. He decided to ta ...…
 
Integrating 3D Printing into Video Game Design– Amie DD– Ep35 Amie D Dansby (she goes by Amie DD) is a software game programmer, previously at Marvel Studios, working on Captain America and other titles. She then transitioned to Research and Development working with the PlayStation and Xbox. Currently she works at ATAT Tech, a robotics, augment ...…
 
Unique 3D printing innovations (like printing furniture) – Eugene Pentland – ep 34 Eugene Pentland runs Pentland Designs (as a side job), a company that uses 3D printing to create every day mechanical solutions. He has come up with solutions like a quick access wallet, a solution to never needing to tie your shoes again, or sorting your spare c ...…
 
How to Validate Your Product Idea – Daryl Gibson– Ep33 Daryl Gibson is a thought leader and consultant in future trends, lean startup/agile methodologies, and building cultures of innovation. He is a serial entrepreneur, having start multiple businesses. His current project is InnovativeX, which is a site that provides the tools and resources t ...…
 
Pushing the limit of 3D printing and trying new 3D Printing Filament – Matthew Gorton– Ep32 Matthew Gorton is Mechanical Engineer who has transitioned from employee to entrepreneur. For many years, he worked at WL Gore, in both Arizona and Delaware. (WL Gore is best known for the Gore-Tex Brand). As an aside, I also worked there as a summer int ...…
 
Working as an Engineer for Caterpillar and Rubbermaid, and Creo versus Solidworks – Jon Klinger– Ep31 Jon Klinger has worked in the past for Caterpillar and Rubbermaid (now called Newell Brands). He has designed many interesting products, including edge belt conveyors, thermo-formed polycarbonate doors for the Skid steer D series, and Rubbermai ...…
 
Former IDEO Mechanical Engineer turned Startup Freelance Consultant – Jen Davis-Wilson– Ep30 Jen Davis-Wilson worked for 12 years at IDEO. Since then, she has gone off on her own to be a startup freelance consultant. She typically works with clients in the San Francisco (Silicon Valley area). While Jen and I are both Mechanical Engineers, our c ...…
 
Selling Old VCR tapes, Selfie-Glove Discussion, and other side hustles – Shane McLendon - Ep 29 Shame McLendon and I connected when he found my CADdesignhelp.com Facebook page. He was looking for guests on the Built in a Day Podcast. I went on the podcast and talked about product testing with the Selfie-Glove. This was in the fall of 2016. Shan ...…
 
Talking Product Design with a Stanley Black and Decker Engineering Manager – Terry Gonzales - Ep 28 Terry Gonzales is currently an Engineering Manager with Stanley Black and Decker in Southington Connecticut with hand tool and auto mechanic group. Terry was my first boss at my first job out of college. That was at United Pet Group in Blacksburg ...…
 
Stepping up your CAD Design Business – Scott Hoffman - Ep 27 Scott Hoffman is the founder of PepperNickelDesigns, a CAD design and 3D printing service. Scott’s background is in electrical and computer engineering. He works full time as an insurance adjuster but he started PepperNickelDesigns as a side hustle that he wants to bring to a full-tim ...…
 
Jeff Funderburk is the inventor of the Big Bear Shelf (bigbearshelving.com). Jeff was cleaning his garage one day and realized he didn’t have enough storage space. He went to Lowe’s to find a solution but all the products out there were very costly. Jeff’s solution was to create a “holder” piece that holds 3 two by four pieces of lumber. We dis ...…
 
CADdesignhelp.com Business Update – Scott Tarcy (solo episode) - Ep 25 I thought it was time to do a solo episode and talk about random stuff I have going on in my business. Some of the highlights include: Projects Brush butler - https://brushbutler.com/ Engineering challenges 3D printing – 4 or 5 different materials used for the prototype Near ...…
 
UPDATE 3/15/2017: There was a problem with the original post (the track got looped I think). Anyways, I apologize and the new, corrected podcast is now posted. Trey Sullivan is from Louisiana and grew up on a farm. He learned a lot of hands on practical knowledge from fixing farm equipment. He started college after high school, but ultimately d ...…
 
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