Solid Edge's Competitors Will Be Scrambling For Years To Catch Up

"I have not seen anything as exciting and innovative as Solid Edge with synchronous technology since the introduction of parametric modeling in the late 80s. Solid Edge has crafted a dramatic breakthrough by combining direct modeling, parametric modeling and a new user interface," said Ray Kurland, president, Technicom. "Siemens PLM Software has re-thought how users can more easily model in 3D. Users should love the ease of building and editing models -- all without any need to pre-plan how models might be used in the future. Solid Edge's competitors will be scrambling for years to catch up."
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"I have not seen anything as exciting and innovative as Solid Edge
with synchronous technology since the introduction of parametric
modeling in the late 80s. Solid Edge has crafted a dramatic
breakthrough by combining direct modeling, parametric modeling and a
new user interface," said Ray Kurland, president, Technicom. "Siemens
PLM Software has re-thought how users can more easily model in 3D.
Users should love the ease of building and editing models -- all
without any need to pre-plan how models might be used in the future.
Solid Edge's competitors will be scrambling for years to catch up."
"Solid Edge with synchronous technology streamlines communication with
our suppliers," said Cory Goulden, CAD administrator, National Steel
Car. "Its new editing tools allow us to edit a supplier's 3D data
directly, which significantly reduces 2D drawing documentation time.
Solid Edge with synchronous technology also makes editing parts easy.
This eliminates the time and effort previously spent deciphering the
feature tree of traditionally created parts. Modifications can be made
without having to be concerned over repercussions of pre-existing
constraints."
"-- Edit multi-CAD data as native: All tools in Solid Edge can be
used on
imported CAD data in the same manner as native models,
maintaining
critical geometric conditions during modification. Users can
edit
geometry by direct selection or use automatic element
selection, where
functional features such as bosses, ribs or cutouts are
automatically
recognized. For parameterized control, 3D driving dimensions
can be
added to imported models and even linked to spreadsheets to
better
leverage engineering knowledge. By editing supplier data as
easily as
native models, users can make changes faster than their
supplier."
Jon Banquer
San Diego, CA
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jon_banquer
How exciting! A press release from a company introducing a new product that you've never used!
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"I have not seen anything as exciting and innovative as Solid Edge with synchronous technology since the introduction of parametric modeling in the late 80s. Solid Edge has crafted a dramatic breakthrough by combining direct modeling, parametric modeling and a new user interface," said Ray Kurland, president, Technicom. "Siemens PLM Software has re-thought how users can more easily model in 3D. Users should love the ease of building and editing models -- all without any need to pre-plan how models might be used in the future. Solid Edge's competitors will be scrambling for years to catch up." "Solid Edge with synchronous technology streamlines communication with our suppliers," said Cory Goulden, CAD administrator, National Steel Car. "Its new editing tools allow us to edit a supplier's 3D data directly, which significantly reduces 2D drawing documentation time. Solid Edge with synchronous technology also makes editing parts easy. This eliminates the time and effort previously spent deciphering the feature tree of traditionally created parts. Modifications can be made without having to be concerned over repercussions of pre-existing constraints."
"-- Edit multi-CAD data as native: All tools in Solid Edge can be used on imported CAD data in the same manner as native models, maintaining critical geometric conditions during modification. Users can edit geometry by direct selection or use automatic element selection, where functional features such as bosses, ribs or cutouts are automatically recognized. For parameterized control, 3D driving dimensions can be added to imported models and even linked to spreadsheets to better leverage engineering knowledge. By editing supplier data as easily as native models, users can make changes faster than their supplier."
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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jon...the toliet paper roll on the other way would be exciting to you......
=2E...ya...sure.....and we all should be driving flying cars by now too.
get a clue
CC
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"I have not seen anything as exciting and innovative as Solid Edge with synchronous technology since the introduction of parametric modeling in the late 80s. Solid Edge has crafted a dramatic breakthrough by combining direct modeling, parametric modeling and a new user interface," said Ray Kurland, president, Technicom. "Siemens PLM Software has re-thought how users can more easily model in 3D. Users should love the ease of building and editing models -- all without any need to pre-plan how models might be used in the future. Solid Edge's competitors will be scrambling for years to catch up." "Solid Edge with synchronous technology streamlines communication with our suppliers," said Cory Goulden, CAD administrator, National Steel Car. "Its new editing tools allow us to edit a supplier's 3D data directly, which significantly reduces 2D drawing documentation time. Solid Edge with synchronous technology also makes editing parts easy. This eliminates the time and effort previously spent deciphering the feature tree of traditionally created parts. Modifications can be made without having to be concerned over repercussions of pre-existing constraints."
"-- Edit multi-CAD data as native: All tools in Solid Edge can be used on imported CAD data in the same manner as native models, maintaining critical geometric conditions during modification. Users can edit geometry by direct selection or use automatic element selection, where functional features such as bosses, ribs or cutouts are automatically recognized. For parameterized control, 3D driving dimensions can be added to imported models and even linked to spreadsheets to better leverage engineering knowledge. By editing supplier data as easily as native models, users can make changes faster than their supplier."
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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"I have not seen anything as exciting and innovative as Solid Edge with synchronous technology since the introduction of parametric modeling in the late 80s. Solid Edge has crafted a dramatic breakthrough by combining direct modeling, parametric modeling and a new user interface," said Ray Kurland, president, Technicom. "Siemens PLM Software has re-thought how users can more easily model in 3D. Users should love the ease of building and editing models -- all without any need to pre-plan how models might be used in the future. Solid Edge's competitors will be scrambling for years to catch up." "Solid Edge with synchronous technology streamlines communication with our suppliers," said Cory Goulden, CAD administrator, National Steel Car. "Its new editing tools allow us to edit a supplier's 3D data directly, which significantly reduces 2D drawing documentation time. Solid Edge with synchronous technology also makes editing parts easy. This eliminates the time and effort previously spent deciphering the feature tree of traditionally created parts. Modifications can be made without having to be concerned over repercussions of pre-existing constraints."
"-- Edit multi-CAD data as native: All tools in Solid Edge can be used on imported CAD data in the same manner as native models, maintaining critical geometric conditions during modification. Users can edit geometry by direct selection or use automatic element selection, where functional features such as bosses, ribs or cutouts are automatically recognized. For parameterized control, 3D driving dimensions can be added to imported models and even linked to spreadsheets to better leverage engineering knowledge. By editing supplier data as easily as native models, users can make changes faster than their supplier."
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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Poor miserable little critter
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jon, How much does a seat of this product cost? What did you have to pay for your seat and is it the full product available for a one seat fee? Michael
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