I will be making a transition from SE to SW. Not by choice, but by mandate of the parent company.
Thanks to everybody here two helped me along with Solid Edge. This forum has been a great experience.
I hope I was able to contribute as much as I was given.
Dang. That stinks. Hey, do me a favor and come back and let me know how you solve the issue with material callout, i.e. the gage thickness issue. If you can figure out a way to have it not being just dumb text that would be awesome.
Good Luck. Tell SolidWorks that I said "Hi" and that I seemed extremely happy.
Also, on the plus side, now you'll be able to utilize Works' "3D Interconnect" in assemblies and bring in your Solid Edge files without translation, and even make edits to them, leaving the solid edge files as they are, and even if the edge files get updated, those updates will be reflected while keeping any features added in works. It's pretty cool. You need to make sure and enable it in the settings, took me quite awhile to figure that out.
whoa, bum deal. thank you for your contributions to this community. best of luck in your new endeavors.
If you can, we'd love to have some follow up's after your transition...
What do you like most about SW? What do you miss most from SE?
I think there can be much value in such input.
@12GAGESorry to see you going. You definitely challenged us all (including Siemens) with many of your questions. Good luck with the new... "experience"
Oh no!......never good to hear. All the best in your SW future @12GAGE, as others have said, your contributions have been great, and please do come back to tell us how things are working out, compared to how you did things in Solid Edge.
Design Manager Streetscape Ltd
Solid Edge ST10 [MP8] Classic [x3 seats]
Windows 10 - Quadro P2000
Testing: Solid Edge 2019
not nice to read, that Your are leaving us and - even worse - jump over to SW!
But let me append to all others when wishing Ou the best only, and let us know what You will see there, what You will do and how SW will fit to solve Your tasks.
And - please, don't hesitate to challenge them at least as You have done with SE.
Only if You go to the limits You will enlarge Your horizon.
Congratulations on the new role and new assignments.
Just as your username is unique and unusual, your queries and questions posted on the forum stumped other fellow Edgers at times, especially those related to sheetmetal.
Nevertheless we have learnt a lot from the varied information you shared on the forum.
Thanks a lot and best wishes for an exciting future with SolidWorks.