We have seen many great examples of Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology in action over the past few months. Most of these examples focus on either geometry that is purely synchronous or has been imported from another 3D Design solution such as SolidWorks or Inventor. Some previous posts which are worthy of a mention include – Imported Data, PMI […]December 3rd, 2008 | Jon Sutcliffe | Comments Off on Converting Traditional to Synchronous | Continued
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We have seen various posts and examples that demonstrate the benefits that Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology has when it comes to initial geometry creation or making fast flexible design changes. Some of these include:- Unified 2D & 3D Steering Wheel Live Rules PMI Dimensions Editing Imported Data However all of these examples focus on the […]October 14th, 2008 | Jon Sutcliffe | Comments Off on Making Synchronous Design Changes in an Assembly | Continued
If you are a SolidWorks user it is probably one of many tools that you use to perform your job. Others might include design guides and standards, reference books, analysis software and most certainly Google to name just a few. We all have a “toolbox” containing our favourite tools but if you are like me […]September 30th, 2008 | Arthur Sexton | Comments Off on SolidWorks and Synchronous Technology – Part One | Continued