Build a Pattern of Parts in an Assembly

Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on March, 18 at 4:13 pm

Follow these steps, you can build a pattern of parts in an assembly easily. Step 1.  On the Assembly Commands toolbar, click the Pattern Parts button.   Step 2.  Select the part you want to pattern. Step 3.  On the Pattern Parts SmartStep ribbon bar, click the Accept button.   Step 4.  Select the part […]

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Hot Keys For Creating A New Reference Plane Using A Part Face.

Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on March, 17 at 9:17 am

When you create a new reference plane using a part face, you can define a different x-axis orientation using the following hot keys: An upper or lower case N to rotate counterclockwise to the next linear edge (A), (B), (C): An upper or lower case B to go back to the previous linear edge (A), […]

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How To Place Text Along A Curve In Solid Edge

Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on March, 16 at 9:01 am

Some times, when we design some parts with logos or text, we want to place a protrusion/cutout text along a curve as shown below. The detail steps how to do this are listed below. 1. Draw the base of the part. Select the protrusion/cutout command and select the plane (or face) on which you want […]

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How To Construct New Parts within an Assembly

Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on March, 13 at 11:08 am

To construct a new part in the context of an assembly, (1) click the Create In-Place button on the Parts Library tab on the EdgeBar tool. (2) On the Create New Part In-Place dialog box, define the document name, storage location, and document template, and placement option. You can specify a part, sheet metal, or […]

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How To Assemble Several Parts in an Assembly

Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on March, 12 at 3:40 pm

Step 1. On the EdgeBar tool, click the Parts Library tab. Step 2. Select a part you want to place in the assembly and drag and drop it into the assembly window. Step 3. Repeat step 3 for all the parts you want to assemble. Step 4. On the Assembly Commands toolbar, click the Assemble button. Step 5. On the […]

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How To Add a Document to Teamcenter in Solid Edge

Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on March, 9 at 8:08 pm

Follow these steps can easily add a document to teamcenter Step 1.  On the Manage menu, click Cache Assistant. Clear your cache by selecting the Delete All button on the Cache Assistant dialog box.   Step 2.  In the Solid Edge V19\Program folder, run the executable AddToTeamcenter.exe.   Step 3.  Connect to Teamcenter by entering […]

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Solid Edge Femap Express Command

Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on February, 25 at 1:50 pm

Analyzes the stress, displacement, and vibration characteristics of a part. You can display the results on your computer, or save the results to a file. For example, you can define pressure loading and constraint parameters to determine the stress characteristics of the part. Some of the features of Femap Express include: Stress and Modal (Natural […]

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How to open an AutoCAD file (.DWG or .DXF) in Solid Edge 2D Drafting and see all the geometry easily.

AutoCAD, Solid Edge - No Comments » - Posted on February, 24 at 9:58 pm

Solid Edge 2D Drafting can be easily configured to display more like AutoCAD. AutoCAD uses a black background by default. Solid Edge 2D Drafting uses a white background by default. Solid Edge 2D Drafting has options built in so that the display very closely resembles AutoCAD. If you want to operate in this mode, there […]

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