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With software this powerful and easy to use, designing parts for sheet metal is a pleasure.
There were some comments at the end of the last article, and I started to answer them in the comments, but the response quickly became too big to hand...
Synchronous sheet metal is pretty cool, even cooler than just normal synchronous modeling, if you’ll excuse that word. For example, if you make a part...
This article will start a series on Solid Edge sheet metal. My goal is to go through the functions to give new users a taste for how it works, but als...
It turns out that there are a lot of Inspect tools, and some of them depend on which type of document you are working on – parts, assemblies, or drawi...
One of the sets of tools I haven’t covered yet, and indeed I don’t understand very well yet is the set of Orient tools. I was a master of view orienta...
I can tell from here is that these options completely blow away anything that Works offers. The deeper I dig into this software, the more I’m blown aw...
For those of you who don't know me, my name is Jason Newell. I am an Applications Architect for The Charles Machine Works, Inc. in Perry, OK where I h...
For this blog article, I admit, I’ve borrowed an idea from Dan Staples. About 6 months ago, a user was asking a question on the forum about how to mak...