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Cincinnati Incorporated (CI) recently designed and built BAAM – Big Area Additive Manufacturing – Machine using Solid Edge software. You may have hear...
Melissa Schultz is a CAD admin who has lead her 70 some Solid Edge users through a transition to Synchronous. She gave a standing room-only presentati...
This type of consumer product is notoriously difficult to model correctly. Their presentation was called "The Secret Language of Surface and Meaning i...
You might have noticed that I’m not exactly neutral in the Synchronous vs Ordered debate. Synchronous was part of the reason for me to start looking a...
Solid Edge had folks doing interviews in the hallways amid all the buzz and activity of the actual event. They captured the thoughts and reactions of ...
The Solid Edge University machine is kicking into high gear. Lots of information now coming out about the event. You don't want to miss this year, wit...
The design of toys that go is an exciting field. Toys that are crazy fun even for adult(ish) size people are even better. There's nobody who knows thi...
Solid Edge has a feature called Sensors - call it your sixth sense. And it helps everyone who uses Solid Edge - machinists, mold tooling designers, sh...
FEMAP Symposium is the simulation equivalent of Solid Edge University, and it's being held after SEU14, May 14-16, in the same conference center in At...