What’s New in Solid Edge ST4

Solid Edge - Comments Off - Posted on April, 18 at 7:31 am

Solid Edge ST4 builds on a single system of synchronous and ordered features so designers need not make a choice. Here are the major areas of improvement. Part and sheet metal enhancements Advanced machine design capabilities in Solid Edge part and sheet metal provide: A better workflow for modeling revolved features, including automatically creating Live […]

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OLE for Office Applications

Solid Edge - Comments Off - Posted on February, 2 at 12:29 pm

OLE allows you to link or embed data created in other applications, such as spreadsheets, word processor documents, graphic images, sound bites, and video clips, into a Solid Edge document. For example, you can have a document that contains a drawing created in Solid Edge, notes created in Microsoft Word and spreadsheets created in Microsoft […]

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OLE for Design and Modeling and Translation

Solid Edge - Comments Off - Posted on February, 2 at 12:28 pm

OLE for Design and Modeling, or OLE for D&M, extends OLE technology to support design and modeling. One of the of the main advantages to OLE for D&M is that it provides cross-application integration. It gives you the freedom to integrate different software tools to meet your needs. For example, you can use Solid Edge […]

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Using Colors in Solid Edge

Solid Edge - Comments Off - Posted on February, 1 at 12:18 pm

Color is used in Solid Edge as a communication tool to help you see and manipulate elements more easily. Colors are assigned in Solid Edge based on an element’s status or type. For example, the colors assigned to driving dimensions and driven dimensions are different to indicate that they act differently in the design. An […]

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2D and 3D Viewing Operations in Solid Edge

Solid Edge - Comments Off - Posted on February, 1 at 12:17 pm

Views are the way a part, profile, assembly, or drawing is displayed in a Solid Edge window. Just as you can use a camera to zoom in, zoom out, and pan the view you are looking at, you can use views to focus in on the area of a design or drawing you want to […]

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How To Configure for Mechanical Desktop Data Migration In Solid Edge

Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on September, 8 at 9:42 am

Before translating Mechanical Desktop data, you must ensure that the Mechanical Desktop server and the Solid Edge client are properly configured. Required Software for Mechanical Desktop Server The MDT Data Migration command assumes that Mechanical Desktop version 6, 7, or 8 is installed on a computer somewhere on your network. Solid Edge is not compatible […]

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Transform boring grey parts into lively colorful parts with textures.

Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on March, 20 at 11:17 am

This tutorial can help you to transform a boring grey part into a lively colorful part with textures. We will show you how you can use part painter combined with textures to transform the part on the left in to a more presentable part as shown on the right. 1. After creating the part, we […]

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create custom keyboard shortcuts to do your tasks more efficiently

Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on March, 20 at 8:32 am

You can create custom keyboard shortcuts to help you perform your tasks more efficiently. You can assign new keyboard shortcuts to commands. You can also delete existing keyboard shortcutseither default shortcuts or ones you have created. To create a keyboard shortcut Step 1.  On the Tools menu, click Customize.   Step 2.  Click the Keyboard […]

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