Solid Edge with synchronous technology is a history-free
feature-based CAD system that combines the speed and flexibility of explicit
modeling with parametric design. Included is part and assembly modeling, drafting,
transparent data management, and built-in finite element analysis. Siemens says
designers worldwide use Solid Edge for product development across a wide
variety of industries from machine design, equipment layout,
electro-mechanical, tooling and consumer products. As part of this new release is
an expansion of synchronous technology to handle more part and assembly design
scenarios and introduces a new synchronous technology-based sheet metal
application that shows this technology can be into other design disciplines.
Solid Edge with synchronous technology was introduced over a year ago claiming
up to a 100x faster design experience. Solid Edge with synchronous technology 2
redefines design with a new synchronous-based sheet metal application. Solid
Edge with synchronous technology is a feature-based, history free 2D/3D CAD
system that and combines the speed and flexibility of explicit modeling with parametric
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