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Solid Edge installs with a lot of blocks that you can use for annotations and schematics, but the need may come up where you need something that isn’t...
Mainstream Engineering, which includes Solid Edge, Femap, and CAM Express, has seen a shuffle at the top. Bill McClure has been the leader of this seg...
Mark Burhop and Jason Newell have worked hard to bring the Solid Edge Developer Community to life. Jason has worked tirelessly to bring over many of t...
Schematic diagrams in Solid Edge are created in draft documents, and use items called “connectors” to connect blocks. You can associate text propertie...
When I started in 3D design in 1995, I was using Mechanical Desktop on top of AutoCAD 13. In that arrangement, 3D was the afterthought, and 2D was sti...
The deeper you get into Live Rules and the Solution Manager, the more power (and the more complexity) you find. This adds to the idea that Live Rules ...
Live Rules, are they scary? Only until you understand them. And even then, the Solution Manager is always there to help bail you out, and allow you to...
As you can see, there are a lot of rules. More than you might have thought, and it might be kind of tough to imagine what some of these rules do. Ther...
Sometimes you need to access the motion in the subassembly at a different level in the overall product structure. If you have a hinge assembly in an u...
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