Overview Of Solid Edge With Synchronous Technology

http://www.develop3d.com/2008/05/solid-edge-with-synchronous-technology_23.htm
"Synchronous Technology is brand new. Yes, many of the components have
been around for some time, but this is the first time that you've been able to combine the flexibility of explicit modelling tools such as CoCreate with the parametric- and feature-based tools within Solid Edge and many others. The fact that the system can solve and handle design change with such ease means many things, but the bottom line is this. If you can affect design change within a part or assembly without having to firstly work out the complex history that gets you to the end result and not have to wait to make those changes, then you're looking at a radically more efficient product development process."
"In conclusion
Synchronous Technology has set tongues wagging across the 3D design world. If you 'Google' the term you'll find endless amount of blogging about it to varying degrees of accuracy and many have tried to pull it apart. What's been missed to date is that this technology is at a formative stage in development. Yes, you can do a hell of a lot, but you don't get all those other tools that have been a core part of Solid Edge for the last decade and more within the synchronous technology mode.
This is vitally important; within Solid Edge, you now have two choices: To go synchronous or not. When you do this is down to your projects and even on a part-by-part basis. The benefit you have is that if the ST enabled tools can't create what you need, you have the last decade's worth of Solid Edge technology available to do things the traditional way. If you can adopt it and reap the benefits as it makes light work of modelling. But make sure you are aware of the limitations and the impact of moving existing data. The good news is that this technology has huge potential and even at this early stage, it's clear that Siemens has something unique on its hands."
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this is the first time to combine the flexibility of CoCreate with feature-based others. The fact that design change things, the bottom you can affect a assembly to firstly work out that gets you and not have to radically product conclusion 3D design 'Google' to varying degrees have tried to pull it to date is at a stage in Yes can do but don't get all been more within technology. This is you now have two go When you do this to your benefit have is tools what you need, you have the worth of available to adopt it as it But aware of the limitations of moving existing news is technology has even at this stage it's clear that something unique."

Jon...you are "so on the ball"
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Jon, YOU ARE WRONG!!!!.
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