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Introduction Solid Edge 2D Drafting Solid Edge ...

Solid Edge is a 3D CAD, parametric feature and synchronous technology solid modeling software. It runs on Microsoft Windows and provides solid modeling, assembly modelling and 2D orthographic view functionality for mechanical designers. Through third party applications it has links to many other Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) technologies.

Introduction Solid Edge 2D Drafting Solid Edge ...


Originally developed and released by Intergraph in 1996 using the ACIS geometric modeling kernel, it changed to using the Parasolid kernel when it was purchased and further developed by UGS Corp in 1998. In 2007, UGS was acquired by the Automation & Drives Division of Siemens AG. UGS company was renamed Siemens Digital Industries Software on October 1, 2007.

The ordered modeling process begins with a base feature controlled by a 2D sketch, which is either a linear, revolved, lofted, or swept extrusion. Each subsequent feature is built on the previous feature. When editing, the model is "rolled back" to the point where the feature was created so that the user cannot try to apply constraints to geometry that does not yet exist. The drawback is that the user does not see how the edit will interact with the subsequent features. This is typically called "history" or "regeneration based" modeling. In both ordered and synchronous mode Solid Edge offers very powerful, easy yet stable modeling in hybrid surface/solid mode, where "Rapid Blue" technology helps the user to create complex shapes in an intuitive and easy way.

The software combines direct modeling with dimension driven design (features and synchronously solving parametrics) under the name "Synchronous Technology".[3] Parametric relationships can be applied directly to the solid features without having to depend on 2D sketch geometry, and common parametric relationships are applied automatically.

Now that you have knowledge of some basic concepts in 3D Design, you are ready for basic Solid Edge commands. In the second week of the course, we'll introduce you to best practices for using commands located under the Solids section of the Home Tab. You'll learn how to use these commands as you work through developing a three-wing flyer sketch. By the end of this module, you will know how to use best practices for commands such as extrude, revolve, rounds, blend, and thinwall.

Solid Edge is a 3D computer-aided design (CAD) program created by Siemens Digital Industries Software. Running on Microsoft Windows, Solid Edge incorporates solid modeling, assembly modeling, and 2D orthographic view functionality for mechanical designers.

New interoperability enhancements unlock the power of your design data while future proofing your work. Transfer Solid Edge data to and from the Xcelerator portfolio of products, including NX and Process Simulate, easily and accurately. Directly insert SOLIDWORKS, JT, STEP, and Parasolid files (part or assembly) into Solid Edge assemblies without translation.

The latest Microsoft Windows 10 Updates released on March 9 are causing Solid Edge to no longer correctly print shaded views to PDF -- shaded views are printed out as solid black blocks.

The basic user interface consists of an Application menu and Quick Access toolbar. Below this, a ribbon extends across the screen and organizes commands into tabs and panels. Along the left side, a scrollable window called the PromptBar displays prompts and messages related to the current command while the PathFinder organizes all the active document elements into a hierarchical view. When working in the part environment, this shows the feature tree, while in the assembly environment, PathFinder displays the components making up the assembly. A tabbed document interface fills most of the screen, with a Command Finder and view control tools along the bottom edge. There is also a Quick View cube in the lower-right corner of the document window that you can use to quickly reorient the model. 041b061a72


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