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Blog about stuff on Solid Edge CAD software

SEwST 2 keynote – sketch

Did not had much time to post while at the user conference so after driving 20 hrs back home and a good weekend of sleep. I have some free time to post more details. Watch for new articles in the next couple of days

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10 June 2009 Posted by | SEwST, Sketching, Synchronous Technology, Uncategorized | , , , , | Leave a comment

Update – Multiple Solutions

Check at the bottom of the article

https://soliddna.wordpress.com/tutorials/multiple-solutions/

13 March 2009 Posted by | Assembly, Part modeling, Sketching | , , , | Leave a comment

Multiple solutions

I do not intend or pretend to resolve all problems with this article, but if I can give you some good guidelines to develop good practices, the travel will be less chaotic

The mysterious case of Multiple Solutions

25 January 2009 Posted by | Large assembly, Part modeling, Sketching, Trouble Shooting, Tutorial | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Symmetric offset

Symmetric offset help users create diferent type of slot.

For those who are not SE user take a look at this biref post regarding how to create slot from symmetric offset.

Symmetric offset

1 September 2008 Posted by | Sketching | , , | Leave a comment

Synchronous Technology – Birth of a part (part2)

Birth of a part (part2)….

This one should be more technical.

It address what should be done prior to turn 2D element into solid. If those steps are unknown to you, I recommend taking a refresh course.

Identify those step clearly is essential has they are at the base of the food chain of constructing a solid, especially if you create 3D according to a linear modeling.

Synchronous Technology – Birth of a part (part2)

Stay tune for part3 where I will talk about feature…

1 August 2008 Posted by | Synchronous Technology | , , , | Leave a comment

   

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