Solid DNA blog

Blog about stuff on Solid Edge CAD software

Made in Solid Edge

Update…

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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6 May 2010 Posted by | Assembly, CAD, Other stuff, Sucess | , , , | 1 Comment

Rename a part in the context of an active assembly

 A question ask  recently:

I work in an assembly and I need to rename a file?  How todo it  without closing my active project?

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12 March 2010 Posted by | Large assembly, Learning material, Management | , , | Leave a comment

Dave’s Question

Dave have a three parts assembly he receive and ask what are his options when it come time to assemble those three parts.

See answer in the Tutorial section: https://soliddna.wordpress.com/tutorials/

12 July 2009 Posted by | Assembly, Learning material, Tutorial | , , , , | Leave a comment

New file in the tutorial section

https://soliddna.wordpress.com/tutorials/

5 February 2009 Posted by | Assembly, Dimension, Tutorial | , , , , | Leave a comment

Christmas late delivery

Hi everyone, sorry if i made my self quiet. I got life beside the blog…

My Christmas delivery boy report lot of traffic lately.

avion-noel

So I cook you a nice interactive tutorial.

For those who do not have SEwST install, this will be your first contact has real has it can get witout installing the software.

For SEwST customers who do not have installed yet, this will be a nice introduction.

For the early adopters and those who still believe that they can learn by them self, this will be another step in the good direction.

Those are not intend to replace a real trainning session.

So click the link to download the file.

Project-01

Change the extension for .exe, when execute it will unzip three files inside a Solid DNA folder. Each of the file are standalone simply execute and follow the instruction. First tutorial should launch after unzip is finish.

Comment or use the request page …….

Happy New Year

27 December 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , | Leave a comment

Virtual component a more indepth look

From a recent comment made on another blog, I receive few hits regarding virtual components. So I figure out that there is some interest in that subject.

First article was a simple introduction, so I decide I should give more exposure to this topic.

Follow the link………

virtual-components-a-more-indepth-coverage/

10 December 2008 Posted by | Large assembly | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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