Since I’ve been working for the company, I tend to run into people who haven’t heard of Solid Edge, haven’t heard of them in 10 years and/or just assumed that Solid Edge was a low rent copy of Solid Works. Sounds like we
Solid DNA / Solid DNA blog / Added on November 30, 2013 5:05:52 PM GMT
I love cool design. I love cool manufacturing processes too. It’s fun to do cool design for cool processes. But sometimes the whole system goes wrong. You’ve got to be careful, even when you’re cool. Or maybe especially
solidedging / Added on November 21, 2013 6:15:38 PM GMT
Not sure what it is, but it looks pretty spacy. And cool.
I’m always blown away when I see what other people design with their CAD tools. That was part of the reason I liked working as an independent design consultant. I was
Matt Lombard / On the Edge / Added on November 19, 2013 10:02:06 PM GMT
Evan Yares is a guy I have often quoted over the last several years. He’s now the General Manager of Nanosoft America, but he found time to finish up a series of articles he started to write for 3D CAD World entitled The Failed
Matt Lombard / On the Edge / Added on November 19, 2013 10:01:42 PM GMT
Family of Parts gives you control that SW’s Configurations don’t provide.
Last time we created a FoP table, and you get the idea of how you would go about creating a larger family.
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I just want to draw attention to some activity that has been occurring over the past few months with regards to Siemens PLM's Solid Edge.
A few months ago a new site was launched by Siemens PLM and was touted as a Community
Solid Edge ST7 is not due for release until July 2014, but it appears it is actively being worked on by SE Development as witnessed by a recent post from Dan Staples on the GTAC Solid Edge discussion group where he revealed a new
Matt Lombard / On the Edge / Added on November 12, 2013 6:01:26 PM GMT
Here’s a little tutorial on how to create a family of parts from an initial part. First, you have to make sure that all of your dimensions are driving dimensions. In Solid Edge, driving dimensions are called “locked” and