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Blog about stuff on Solid Edge CAD software

Solid edge ST4 Release Candidate

Hi everyone,

Looks like the Release Candidate of Solid Edge ST4 is about to be ready for shipping or download.

Watch the Support area this weekend or next week.

Also update training materiel will be available by the end of the month if everything goes smooth.

Point your browser to www.soliddna.com

4 August 2011 Posted by | ST4, Tutorial | , | Leave a comment

Get ready for ST4 release canditate – Training offer

Hi everyone

Fresh bake from the ST4 ovent.

Solid Edge is no more the best keep secret of the CAD industry.

Are you interested by Solid Edge?…Are you looking to buy Solid Edge?…You just bought Solid Edge?…

Or you are already member of the Solid Edge community from long time….?

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27 June 2011 Posted by | ST4 | Leave a comment

Solid Edge get another blog

A new member of the Solid Edge community join the blogsphere

Visit @asteng88 and leave him a welcome word

Here is blog address

http://synchronousdesign.wordpress.com/2011/06/21/hello-world/

26 June 2011 Posted by | Blog, ST4 | Leave a comment

Solid DNA and ST4 event

Hi all

A brief post to encourage everyone to visit www.soliddna.com during the Solid Edge ST4 event.

From the home page you will be able to click on a link to follow a live coverage of the event

Lots of stuff during those three days, will do my best to keep you inform.


13 June 2011 Posted by | ST4, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Enroute to ST4 – How the Synchronous Technology is different (part 5/5)

Concept number 6….&7

Combining linear and non-linear modes.

How do i make edits easier? By allowing the coexistence of linear and non-linear in the same ecosystem.

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3 June 2011 Posted by | ST4 | Leave a comment

Enroute to ST4 – How the Synchronous Technology is different (part 4/5)

Concept number 5

Edit non-linear model using parameters

How do i make edits easier? By incorporating parameters in non-linear models with the notion of procedural feature.
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2 June 2011 Posted by | ST4 | Leave a comment

Enroute to ST4 – How the Synchronous Technology is different (part 3/5)

Concept number 4

Add and specify dimensional constraints in real time

How to reduce the pre-planning stage of a design? By using PMI dimensions on the 3D model.
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1 June 2011 Posted by | ST4 | Leave a comment

Enroute to ST4 – How the Synchronous Technology is different (part 2/5)

Concept number 3

Keep the mechanical integrity of the model

How to make changes more quickly? By recognizing and maintain the mechanical intend of your model.
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31 May 2011 Posted by | ST4 | Leave a comment

Enroute to ST4 – How the Synchronous Technology is different (part 1/5)

imageMany of you are only seeing the technical possibilities offered by the CAD software. They swear by the number of available features or the number of mouse clicks.

Others are attracted by the marketing that surround a product. And I can understand because the purpose of marketing is to make us dream to make us forget the reality.

However it is often more important to understand the impact these programs have on how we work.

Yes CAD software is a tool just like any carpenter and machinist tools, but it goes further. Often there is a philosophy, a culture that comes with software that will shape in bad or good your way of seeing and working.

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30 May 2011 Posted by | ST4 | Leave a comment

Solid Edge ST4 preview – World class drafting

World-class drafting

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18 May 2011 Posted by | ST4, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Solid Edge ST4 preview – Simulation for sheet metal design

Simulation for sheet metal design

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17 May 2011 Posted by | ST4, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Solid Edge ST4 preview – Expand collaboration

Expand collaboration

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16 May 2011 Posted by | ST4, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Solid Edge ST4 preview

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Some details are starting to filter about the next Solid Edge version.

But before going into the details,…. the best place to get info.

If you own a Solid Edge license, I invite you to subscribe to the forums and join the Solid Edge community online.

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13 May 2011 Posted by | Solid Edge Version, ST4, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Why you can’t miss ST4 Launch Event

JasonNewell.NET Blog: Why you can’t miss the Solid Edge ST4 Launch Event…http://ow.ly/4HiUF

26 April 2011 Posted by | ST4, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Ever wonder who is behind your screen when working with Solid Edge?

***Update see at the bottom***

Meet the SE Planning Team, at the Solid Edge ST4 Global Launch Event.

Those guys and girl are the tips of the iceberg, who have start shaping a new era in the CAD modeling.

OK, at first many of you yell loud when Synchronous Technology was launch.

For some of us the cultural shock was bigger, but now that Synchronous Technology and its non linear modeling techniques  mature, people now realize new ways to add Synch modeling to their design. In fact a whole CAD industry is working in that direction and Solid Edge have take the lead with its fourth release candidate.

Also let’s not forget all the GTAC team members, Kyle, Wayne, Jeff, Ken, Andrew, John, Jim, Paul, Marcelo, Rene, Woody…..  those are the one who makes the link between the planning and you.Next time you log something, just drop  hello from Solid DNA in your request 😉

Also let’s not forget Laura who works backstage.

If not already done, join the ST4 launch, remember this launch event is technically base no marketing scam, It is in direct line with the previous “Siememens PLM Productivity Summit

So for those of you who get FUD about Solid Edge and the Synchronous Technnology come and see for yourself

 

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Oups almost forget to post the link 🙂 …… meet the Planning team

Solid Edge ST4 Global Launch Event; Meet the SE Planning Team.

Happy design everyone

P.S. Update here the support and testing field lead by Laura Watson and Doug Stainbrook

 

17 March 2011 Posted by | ST4, Synchronous Technology | Leave a comment

You ask, You heard, You wait – Solid Edge ST4 Global Launch Event

You ask, You heard, You wait…. well now its time to commit to the ST4 Global Launch event by registering HERE. and check the LinkedIn event

This event focus on technical session, no marketing scam.
No doubt that the” Closer look at ST4″ will be one of the most popular session see the event guide
Why you should attend this event:
  • Increase your productivity and the value you deliver to your company
  • Pick up dozens of Solid Edge design tips and ideas
  • Dig into Solid Edge features you may not have had time to explore
  • Network and share design tips with fellow Solid Edge users from around the world
  • Broaden your contacts with suppliers and potential new customers
  • Get your hands on the latest software, Solid Edge ST4, and learn from the people who developed it.
  • And most importantly: be part of shaping the future of Solid Edge!
  • We will have great visit from Australia…. can you guess who will it be? 😉
More details on the event:
  • There will be a welcome reception and networking opportunity on the evening of June 14th, 2011.
  • Cost: Early bird registration will be $250/user through March 31st, 2011. After that registration will be $350/user.
  • The event will be held at The Westin Huntsville (+1 (256) 428-2000). We have secured a special discounted rate for a limited number of event registrants. Book your hotel room now.
  • Download the event guide for more details.

3 March 2011 Posted by | ST4, Synchronous Technology | Leave a comment

Solid Edge ST4 Global Launch event

Dear Edgers, Siemens PLM Software just announce:

We have locked in the dates for the Global ST4 Launch event!

Please mark your calendars to attend a get together of the greatest Solid Edge minds from all over world from June 14-16, 2011 in Huntsville, Alabama, USA.

LinkedIn event

28 January 2011 Posted by | ST$, ST4 | Leave a comment

   

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