Archive for June, 2008

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Live Rules Allow Fast and Predictable Changes

We have already seen a few examples of how Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology allows you to make fast and predictable changes to a design regardless of how the model was built. My last post focused on using the Steering Wheel to make these changes. For this post I want to illustrate how the Live […]

June 30th, 2008 | | 2 comments | Continued
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Easy Design Changes with the Solid Edge Steering Wheel

The new Solid Edge Steering Wheel is a concept that allows you to very quickly and easily make dramatic modifications to your design. To highlight this point I would like to compare how we would modify a design using history based parametric techniques to the way we can now make similar and more advanced modifications […]

June 19th, 2008 | | 1 comment | Continued
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Market Reaction to Synchronous Technology

We are seeing some very positive press and analyst coverage regarding Synchronous Technology. It seems that everyone is picking up on how Synchronous Technology should deliver a quantum leap in design efficiency and productivity. The video below is an interview with Dave Burdick from Collaborative Visions that took place at the 2008 Siemens Media and […]

June 19th, 2008 | | Comments Off on Market Reaction to Synchronous Technology | Continued
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Getting in-synch

This is the headline for an article written by David Chadwick and published in the May/June 2008 edition of the CAD User magazine. David was at a recent UK Press Day arranged by Siemens PLM Software so has seen Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology first hand. The article summarises the key features of Synchronous Technology […]

June 18th, 2008 | | Comments Off on Getting in-synch | Continued
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User Interface for Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology – Part 1

Many questions have been raised both on and off line regarding the user interface for Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology. So this is the first part of several posts on this subject to address these questions. Siemens PLM Software licensed the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface for Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology. Microsoft Office is […]

June 12th, 2008 | | Comments Off on User Interface for Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology – Part 1 | Continued
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Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology Unifies 2D and 3D Commands

Following on from my post regarding the Siemens PLM announcement of Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology I wanted to create a series of informative posts that try to illustrate the differences between working in traditional Solid Edge (or any other history based CAD application) and Synchronous based Solid Edge. This post will show how to […]

June 6th, 2008 | | 3 comments | Continued
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