To anyone wondering if you should attend the Solid Edge University take a look at those links provide by Susan Cinadr.
The agenda is start getting populate
It was mention once that Solid Edge was focusing on machine design and many were left with that impression.
Some request was made to have a slower version of the Shower head design, the original author provide a link to the video showing the full design including a quick use of the render mode see below…
OK after four release of Solid Edge Synchronous Technology, and the fifth on his way, there is still people who wonder where the heck Siemens go with all this Synch stuff….
Well recent partnership announcement with Local motors company seems to give the tempo.
So while we wait for the next release around June, treat your self and watch this Top Gear US video showing Local Motors creation
Many of you do not care about what happens behind the screen when you design. Most of the times when i receive question people want an answer not and explanation and i understand that not all questions need explanation.
However i must say that overtime time i have been proven that in many situations if designer could understand and know what happen instead of only looking for a solution, many questions would not have been ask.
So when i saw this ad for a webinar about CAD kernel from Siemens i though you should give a shoot and take a small peek at what happening when you model
Starting today, a new Solid Edge Blog roll out “solidedging”
The blog is own by Dave Ault, a Solid Edge user, who start using Solid Edge with the release ST1.
He own a small job shop where he wear all hats from design to weld to CNC to…..
Dave was also involve in a Solid Edge user group in his region.
So please give Dave a warm welcome by visiting his blog and leave him a comment
The BBS (i.e. vBulletin and DNEWS) will be moving to the siemens.com domain this Friday, April 8th, 2011. The current URL http://bbsnotes.ugs.com/vbulletin will have a redirect to make the transition a bit easier. The new URL will be http://bbs.industrysoftware.automation.siemens.com. If you are using the BBS from a news client, your client will need to be reconfigured. I posted a newsitem in every newsgroup to address the change. If you are using the BBS via a browser, other than updating your bookmark(s).
For newsreader client use dnews.industrysoftware.automation.siemens.com for the serve
On the Edge, the Solid Edge mechanical chronic of Cadalyst CAD site since 2003, propose a webcast Direct vs. Parametric Thurday February 24 2011
Checkout this website, background images were design in Solid Edge ST2, you know the old technology from last year ;-).
Get ready to see more out of ST4, looks like new stuff will be announced in May or June this year
As announced Friday, a new location and date have been set for the upcoming Siemens PLM Connection 2010 event:
Where: Sheraton Dallas, Dallas, TX (Hotel Information)
When: 28 June – 1 July 2010
In looking for new venues, the most critical goal to achieve was to preserve the total event cost for the attendee. We are pleased to announce that not only does the attendee have more flight options into Dallas than Nashville; there was also a negotiated $119 daily room rate with the Sheraton – a $60 per night savings over Nashville room rates. For more information please refer to: http://event.plmworld.org/hotel-travel/hotel-information/. PLM World will post the link to the housing site here by the end of the week. All attendees will need to rebook their hotel reservations at the Sheraton. For other questions, please read below:
I was registered to attend the conference in Nashville. What do I need to do to register for the conference in Dallas? There is nothing that you will need to do. The registration will just transfer to the rescheduled event in Dallas.
What do I need to do with my hotel reservation? All attendees will need to rebook their hotel reservations at the Sheraton, a link will be provided on our Hotel Page by the end of the week.
If I wasn’t booked at the Gaylord, will my new hotel reservation transfer? No. All attendees will need to rebook their hotel reservations. Remember that there is a savings on the conference registration price when the conference hotel is booked.
If I wasn’t booked at the Gaylord, but would like to now stay at the conference hotel (Sheraton), would I be able to receive a refund of the difference in the conference registration price? Yes, when you book at the conference hotel, we will reimburse you the refund of the conference registration price difference. Please contact Experient Customer Service toll free at (866) 229-3691, local at 301-694-5243 (W Maryland: Silver Spring, Frederick) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will PLM World help me for having to change my flight plans? PLM World has worked very hard to negotiate a lower hotel rate (~$300 over 5 nights savings) to compensate for the change in travel. We certainly apologize for having to change the event, and have done everything possible to minimize the total conference cost.
Are there any other changes to the event? The schedule may have some minor changes with the shift in dates, but the breakout sessions will still occur, and no major changes to the agenda are anticipated.
What if I can’t attend the event on the new dates? We will allow a transfer of your registration fee. If you are unable to transfer your registration to another employee, PLM World will reimburse you 100% of your conference fee. In either case please contact Experient Customer Service toll free at (866) 229-3691, local at 301-694-5243 (W Maryland: Silver Spring, Frederick) or by email at email@example.com.
Our thoughts are with those impacted by the devastating floods in Nashville, Tennessee and the PLM World board has decided to “relocate” our Siemens PLM Connection user group conference to Dallas on June 27- July 2. The overwhelming feedback from you, the user community, was to continue to have the conference this year and preferably in the next several months. We are very pleased to announce that we have set a new date and location for the upcoming Siemens PLM Connection 2010 event:
Where: Dallas, TX
When: 27 June – 2 July 2010
After looking for other event sites in Nashville during the same time, we were encouraged by the Nashville tourism office to go elsewhere because of the sustained damage, cleanup and needed reconstruction effort. We are currently in the final stages of signing the contract with the hotel in Dallas and will let you know early next week once the contract is in place with the exact details. Your registration will be maintained but you’ll need to rebook your hotel which will be on the site once we announce the venue. In addition, we are also allowing you to transfer your registration to another person if scheduling is an issue.
Please watch for another communication early next week.
Thanks again for your support.
Lately, my attention was caught by a strange design, when I notice Made in Solid Edge.
So i would like to share this picture.
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