The trial includes part modeling, assembly design, drafting, and simulation. It incorporates online training videos as well as valuable how-to tips and tricks. Design a Part with Synchronous Technology Design a Part with Synchronous Technology Solid Edge with synchronous technology enables designers to accelerate model creation and make faster edits, eliminating model regeneration, reducing rework, improving product features and streamlining design processes. In this video, learn how to model a part using Solid Edge with synchronous technology.

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You can watch the tutorials, download Solid Edge example files and PDF goal sheets with all the course detail. This session covers enhancements to the start up screen, templates and template management, and file dialogues. New functionality includes Unit Systems, a new way of assigning units, and the Quick View Cube, a quick and easy way to manipulate the view of your 3D model.

You will also learn about changes to rendering within Solid Edge with the introduction of KeyShot, and publishing to the web with Web Publish. To access the complete tutorial please click View This Video. This first session covers enhancements to the Material Properties and Tables providing a more intuitive and visual interface for storing and applying material specifications. Solid Edge improves modelling speed as it now allows the creation of primitive geometry using a single command. Measuring has been enhanced by the 3D Measure interface providing easier access to and control over measurement information.

New functionality includes a more intuitive and visual interface for controlling the definition of holes. You will also learn about 3D Sketch available in the part, sheet metal and assembly environments to help speed the creation of many types of components. This first session covers enhancements to the Steering Wheel and to Synchronous Patterns that include allowing relationships to be placed between the pattern and part geometry to help maintain intent when changes are made to the part.

New functionality includes the ability to recognise hole patterns in imported geometry. In-place curvature conditions and edits can now be performed using control handles. Enhancements have also been made to trimming and extending surfaces. New functionality includes the Redefine Surface command that allows you to replace existing surfaces with a single editable BlueSurf, particularly useful for imported geometry.

Reflective Display allows you to inspect the form of a model without having to mirror geometry. You will also learn about the enhancements to the Surface Visualisation and Rendering Tools, and more. This session covers the new emboss functionality that allows one tool body to stamp or emboss a target body. Other new functionality includes the creation of beads, dimples, drawn cutouts and louvers across bends.

Sheet metal features can now be placed on regular ordered parts of uniform thickness without having to convert the part to sheet metal. You will also learn about many other enhancements. This first assembly session covers enhancements to PathFinder Indicators making it easier to locate parts within an assembly.

There are also many new options and improvements to Create Part In-Place. New functionality within the area of assembly Inter Part modelling includes creating Sheet Metal Tabs within the assembly environment, in addition to peer part geometry enhancements.

The final topic covered in this session highlights improvements to PMI dimensions placed within the assembly. This second assembly session covers significant enhancements to Simplify Assembly. Tools within the new Simplify Assembly Environment include Enclosure and Duplicate Body in addition to ordered part modelling commands. You will also learn about miscellaneous enhancements to some other drafting tools.

This second drafting session introduces significant enhancements to the Drawing View Wizard. Also revealed are improvements to the Select tool that now supports directional fence options. You will also learn about enhancements to many other drafting tools. This first session covers the new workflow when using Live Rules including the new Selection Manager, and some new options for Bounded Surface that allow the creation of more complex patches.

You will also learn about the enhancements to PMI dimension edits, and the placement of holes, when using synchronous modelling as well as many other changes.


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