SEU13: 132 - Edit Imported Assemblies to Create New Designs with Synchronous Technology - Ricardo Espinosa

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Ricardo Espinosa, R&D Engineering Services Manager, Kimball Furniture Group

This session will demonstrate how to design and edit imported parts in the assembly environment to really take advantage of synchronous technology. New or experienced users will be exposed to the concepts of how synchronous modeling works with single or multiple native or imported part files in the assembly environment, considerably reducing time, error and stress. No part is an Island; all parts in an assembly are connected. Working in the assembly allows complicated edits in multiple parts without affecting fit. This session is geared towards designers and engineers who need speed and flexibility when working with multiple native and imported parts. The goals are for attendees to learn how an integrated design can allow faster revisions, maintaining the design intent while minimizing the steps and hitches in the design process. This presentation will also include live demonstrations to better show key concepts.

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