First sorry for my english, I'm not native speaker.
I'd like to know the answer to the title question. I'm looking for a CAD package to learn in the desing and simulation areas. I'm currently trying SolidWorks, but the synchronous technology is very attractive and intriguing. So I'm looking the SE and NX options, but I didn't find information (or missed it) where indicates that NX uses ST in the same way that SE does. I assumed that as NX is the big brother it would have it, but again I did not find it.
I'm looking for a software that can perform any kind of simulations or a vast majority, I think that SE can't do non-linear studies or impact.
So I was thinking in learning NX for the simulations capabilities if it also has ST.
What advice could you give me?
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Yes, NX has Sync as well. For further question of NX you would be best to post on the NX Forums.
@SantiagoR Yes, NX has synchronous technology but it is implemented differently (it is history-based).
For your simulation needs you will need to look for something a bit bigger- FEMAP or NX Nastran Adv. Non-linear.
as already mentioned here, questions regarding functionality are better placed in the NX forum rather than here.
And also, as said, I suppose that fo rthe Simulation part of Your request also a only simulation package will better deliver what You are looking for.
FEMAP - it is a Siemens toll to - might be the better solution, but here also You maybe will need the Advanced Non-Linear package, depending on Your requests and task to solve.
And this together will let me think wether Solid Edge and FEMAP together could be a probable solution for You.