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ST6: Holes, Threads, and Pattern Recognition

In order to talk about Hole and Pattern Recognition, I have to first talk about Hole features, and we might as well pick up Threads along the way. You can find the Hole icon on the Ribbon on the Soli……

ST6: Synchronous Patterns

A couple of years ago in a different life I wrote a blog article about patterns in Solid Edge (ST4, I think). It was brutal. Sketching as a part of the pattern baffled me.

Now in ST6 they ……

Try Solid Edge SP for yourself right now!

Solid Edge SP is our new design management solution for Solid Edge users that was first made available with ST5. Already we have have several customers using this software to get control of……

Helical Features

Machine design has long been Solid Edge’s strength. Machine design is usually about parts with square corners and flat sides. Sheet metal part, machined plate parts, and turned components along with ……

SEU13 Presentations Available for Download

It has taken longer than it should have, but we have the presentations from Solid Edge University 2013 available for download. They are in the Knowledge Base area, and you can search to find them usi……

SEU 13 Photos on Flickr

If you want to relive a little of the glory of Solid Edge University 2013, or if you want to get a pinch of the feeling of what it was like to be there, click the image to the right to go to the Flic……

Get the Most from Synchronous by using a little History

Before I was hired by Siemens, I was asked to present at SEU13. I still consider myself a new user, and not an expert in any way, so I had to say something based on past experience, but demonstrated ……

SEU Keynote Addresses

There were four keynote addresses at SEU13 that I want to summarize here:

Chuck Grindstaff – CEO Siemens PLM
Karsten Newbury – GM Mainstream Engineering
Bernard Amadei – Engineers With……

SEU: The People

One of the best things about Solid Edge University is that its a great time to meet people you might never meet otherwise. This is the kind of thing you can’t put a value on, and it could add so much……