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Solid Edge ST3 – Using “Hybrid” Modeling for Design Freedom

Title: What’s New in Solid Edge ST3 – Using “Hybrid” Modeling for Design Freedom
Date: Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Time: 10:00 AM PST

Replay

Solid Edge ST3 lets the user design with synchronous and ordered features in a single part or assembly.

We’ll help you understand when to use traditional (ordered) modeling, and when it is easier to use synchronous technology for accelerated design, easy imported design reuse, and flexible editing.

  • Is it simple to move traditional features to synchronous while preserving workflows?
  • When is it faster to use Synchronous features?
  • How can I easily handle imported 2D or 3D data?

Who Should Attend? Managers, Engineering Directors, Designers – professionals involved with optimizing the design process of 3D parts or assemblies.

15 February 2011 - Posted by | ST3

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