Applied Wins Awards

Applied Wins Awards

Over the past 12 years, Applied Engineering has been recognized for many local and state awards. These awards are a testament to our dedication to creating a work environment that fosters communication and growth. Our awards are as follows:

  • Prairie Business 50 Best Places to Work
  • Bismarck-Mandan Top 10 Young Professional Workplaces
  • North Dakota Young Professional Best Place to Work and Intern

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Looking Forward to 2021: The Future of Making

The future of making is here, bringing with it radical changes in the way things are designed, made, and used. It’s disrupting every industry: architecture, engineering, and construction; manufacturing; and media and entertainment. With the right knowledge and tools, this disruption is your opportunity.

Watch the video below to see a preview of the Future of Making.

Future of Making


Training Spotlight

Applied Training

Looking to improve your skills in Autodesk software? Applied Engineering offers live Autodesk training when, where, and however you need.

Autodesk Inventor Intro to Solid Modeling

December 14th – 17th, 2020 @ 8:30am – 4:30pm Central Time

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The Autodesk® Inventor® Introduction to Solid Modeling training course provides you with an understanding of the parametric design philosophy through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum. You will learn the key skills and knowledge needed to design models using Autodesk Inventor, starting with conceptual sketching, through to solid modeling, assembly design, and drawing production.

Topics Covered:

  • Understanding the Autodesk® Inventor® software interface
  • Creating, constraining, and dimensioning 2D sketches
  • Creating and editing the solid base 3D feature from a sketch
  • Creating and editing secondary solid features that are sketched and placed
  • Creating equations and working with parameters
  • Manipulating the display of the model
  • Resolving feature failures
  • Duplicating geometry in the model
  • Placing and constraining/connecting parts in assemblies
  • Manipulating the display of components in an assembly
  • Duplicating components in an assembly
  • Obtaining model measurements and property information
  • Creating Presentation files (Exploded views and Animations)
  • Modifying and analyzing the components in an assembly
  • Simulating motion in an assembly
  • Creating parts and features in assemblies
  • Creating and editing an assembly Bill of Materials
  • Working with projects
  • Creating and annotating drawings and views
  • Customizing the Autodesk Inventor environment

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Why Applied

Why Applied

Looking to take your project to the next level but aren’t sure where to start? Applied makes it easy.

When we say “Why Applied,” we don’t see this as a question. It’s a statement that we stand proudly behind. We are the only firm with the talent and technology to fit your project, your process and your culture.

So, whether you need engineering solutions for your company, are looking for software training, or need printing and scanning solutions, we’ll show you just why Applied Engineering is the right fit for you.

Get started on your next project today!


AutoCAD Webinar Series

AutoCAD Webinar Series

Autodesk is broadcasting a new webinar series throughout December and January. Every subscription to AutoCAD includes access to seven industry-specific toolsets. This progressive webinar series will dive deep into various toolsets:

Electrical toolsets

December 16th, 2020 @ 10:00am Central Time

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Learn about the advantages of using the electrical toolset:

  • Comprehensive symbol libraries
  • Automatic wire numbering and tagging, with automatic error checking
  • Electrical-specific drafting features
  • Automatic PLC/IO drawing creation from spreadsheets
  • Tracking electrical drawing changes
  • Project drawing re-use

Mechanical toolsets

January 21st, 2020 @ 10:00am Central Time

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  • Gain insight into the benefits of the mechanical toolset including:
  • Detailing and optimization of designs
  • Calculating forces in a mechanism
  • Creating views of a mechanical design
  • Adding standard screws and holes
  • Inserting balloons and parts lists (BOM)


Upcoming Applied Webinars

Live Webinars

Product Data Management Best Practices

Thursday, December 10th, 2020 @ 11:00 AM Central Time

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Autodesk Vault is a Product Data Management software that allows you to collaborate with everyone on your team, reuse designs, and reduce disruptions.

This webinar will cover how to:

  • Free Up Capacity
  • Encourage Collaboration
  • Minimize Design Change Requests