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
We have seen quite a few examples of how we can use the tools in Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology in order to generate and manipulate designs which have been constructed natively in Solid Edge. So, the question is – How can we deal with imported models that were originally constructed in another CAD product? […]August 7th, 2008 | Jon Sutcliffe | Comments Off on Editing Imported Models The Easy Way | Continued
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 | Jon Sutcliffe | 2 comments | Continued
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 | Jon Sutcliffe | 1 comment | Continued
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 | Jon Sutcliffe | 3 comments | Continued
Siemens PLM Software have now publicly announced the next greatly anticipated version of Solid Edge. This is not called V21 but is “Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology”. This new ground breaking technology is far too revolutionary to just be called Solid Edge V21. I have just completed my training on this new version and it […]May 28th, 2008 | Jon Sutcliffe | 10 comments | Continued