MooBella Vs SolidWorks


Innovating a fresh, made-to-order ice cream-making machine with SolidWorks
I Love ice-cream, just like Sew love Ice-Kacang. Today I found a success story from SolidWorks website on a "Ice-Cream making machine" from MooBella. I wonder, did Malaysia have this type of ice-cream making machine?

MooBella has pioneered a revolution in ice cream-making: a machine that makes a single serving of fresh, flavored-to-order ice cream in about 45 seconds. It is an automated machine that could produce individual servings of freshly made ice cream. Interesting right!!

Why MooBella and SolidWorks?? James Baxter, vice president of engineering, “in order to take the technology to the next level, we needed a design system that would support collaboration on a range of development efforts – involving sheet-metal designers, mold-makers, and other mechanical specialists – working in parallel. We needed a CAD platform to facilitate the development of separate design modules that we would bring together to complete the machine.”

Baxter says the choice of SolidWorks software was made because it is easy to use, provides innovative capabilities, and includes the visualization and communications tools that MooBella needs to sustain seamless collaboration with a variety of external partners and engineering resources. The company also valued the fully integrated product data management (PDM) and design analysis capabilities provided by SolidWorks Workgroup PDM and SolidWorks Simulation design analysis software.
EMM…. SolidWorks.... Such a Power full CAD Design Tool.
Let’s CLICK to see how and why SolidWorks being chose as MooBella CAD design tools?


  1. I can't speak for the others, but at SolidWorks, we don't offer a free version. If you're a student, you can try working through your engineering department to get a copy. . . I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you're just looking for a trial version and not talking about downloading over torrent networks and the like. As I'm sure you're aware, that constitutes stealing, and is no different than walking into a store and shoving something under your jacket and walking out of the door without paying.

    Buy Solidworks


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