Indianapolis 500 – Innovation Since 1911

Indianapolis 500 – Innovation Since 1911

Posted by Catalyst on April 19, 2016 in Blog

In the fall of 1908, Carl Fisher bought an Indianapolis farm northwest of the city where he sought to build a proving ground for innovation -A place where automotive reliability, speed, and strength could be tested. Often referred to as “The Brickyard”, a name given from the 1909 surfacing project including 3.2 million street paving […]

Technology Hits the Road – Running Gear Over the Last 30 Years

Technology Hits the Road – Running Gear Over the Last 30 Years

Posted by Catalyst on April 18, 2016 in Blog

Much of the appeal of running lies in its inherent simplicity. You don’t need much more than a decent pair of shoes in order to head out the door and put sole to pavement, but over time, we get bored with that simplicity. As technology has grown into an increasingly integral part of our daily […]

The Highs and Lows of 3D Printing

The Highs and Lows of 3D Printing

Posted by Catalyst on October 15, 2015 in Blog

In recent months, A prototyping technology that has been utilized in the Product Development field for years has become a hot topic.

Tech Spotlight | Gravimetric Feeders

Tech Spotlight | Gravimetric Feeders

Posted by Catalyst on April 8, 2015 in Blog

In this edition of the technology spotlight, we are talking about gravimetric feeders and how are they utilized at Catalyst?