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Who said cool stuff could not be made in ST

From the PLM world, meet M. John Devitry a passionate teacher who open the minds of his students using Synchonous Technology.

Update

From John Banquer reply i add this little survey

3 July 2010 - Posted by | Académique, plmconx, Synchronous Technology |

2 Comments »

  1. “Has for the marketing, I wonder do you use Siemens product in your job?”

    No. We use Solidworks at my new job. SolidWorks was chosen based solely on two things:

    1. SolidWorks is what almost all of our customers use.

    2. No one where I work knows what Solid Edge with ST is or has even heard of it because Siemens does such a lousy job or marketing it.

    I spent the last two years working for Qualcomm. Qualcomm has standardized on Pro/E even though it’s the wrong tool for many Qualcomm users.

    “I would also like to know who in the CAD/CAM business is aware of the synchronous technology?”

    Almost no one in San Diego, CA knows what synchronous technology is and how much better it is to use in a machining job shop where I work almost exclusively with non-native data and often have to modify the part geometry to make the part / make the part for a reasonable cost.

    The marketing by Siemens of their CADCAM products has been so poor here that I can’t find anyone teaching Solid Edge with ST or even NX in my area.

    Jon Banquer
    San Diego, CA

    Comment by Jon Banquer | 4 July 2010 | Reply

  2. Are we going to see Advanced Freeform Modeling in Solid Edge with ST 3?

    How much longer is Siemens going to continue doing a horrible job or marketing their CADCAM products?

    No one even knows what Solid Edge with ST or NX is in most machining job shops in the U.S.

    How much longer is this debacle of marketing from Siemens going to continue?

    Jon Banquer
    San Diego, CA

    2010-07-04 – Solid DNA

    Hi John

    Like you i would like to have surface modeling being synchronize in ST3, ( in fact i have made request in this way, before ST, whitout knowing it) espacially since we have a good base when looking at the BlueSurf/BlueDot technology.

    Video you point out is a nice exemple of where the Synchronous Technology will lead us. Rember in the early days of SewST I explore this with very limited tools.

    One thing is sure, surface will be synch, it is just a matter of when. Like any techno addict, the sooner is better🙂

    Has for the marketing, I wonder do you use Siemens product in your job?

    I would also like to know who in the CAD/CAM business is aware of the synchronous technology? ( i just update the post with a small survey)

    Comment by Jon Banquer | 4 July 2010 | Reply


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