Solid edge training in bangalore dating

solid edge training in bangalore dating

Whether you’re looking to capture design intent and fluidity of editing, wanting to solve fit and position problems prior to manufacture or wish to use process-specific applications to simplify designs, with Solid Edge you can do all of that and more.

With Solid Edge, you’ll be able to optimise designs before production through the use of design assemblies, with machined, cast or stylised components, as well as the use of process specific applications, which will result in a simplified tooling design. You’ll also have the opportunity to enjoy exploded views, photorealistic renders and animations of your product.

Our team of technical experts have brought together history-based and direct modelling to give you the best of both world: the ability to capture design intent and the fluidity of editing through the early stages of design. From now on, you’ll no longer have to rely on a history tree, meaning you can work with imported geometry from other 3D design systems.

I have been using Solidworks for 5 years and have used CAD systems for the past 25 years. Always was the mantra to reduce the number of clicks regardless of the system being used. Customize menus to speed things up as needed.

We have very simple parts to make our assemblies. An assembly we create will only have 2000 to 4000 parts on average. many need to be assembled in a similar or common fashion. One of the craziest things is if you have a piece fully constrained in an assembly but select one of its faces to mate a part with, the fully constrained part breaks and moves to where ever in space the new part is. The logic being followed is "I want to do this to that". At least that is what the fundamentals instructor told us. Our assemblies are large so we have to zoom in and out and pan like crazy to do simple mates/relations. The relations also seem to require a negative value to position parts on the correct side. If the part is already on the correct side why is this required.

While these could be easily avoided or accepted in a new work flow, there are just too many clicks and menu diving to do simple tasks. So after 3 months of using this every day, including weekend time when I had the free 45 trial, I still am having trouble with the UI. R-Click does not pop up a customizable menu but you can get a Radial Menu with a limited number of commands just like Mouse Gestures in SW. Click this, select that, set this option, click preview click ok, click esc---go to next command----really way too much. I keep hearing that SE is so "Intuitive". Well after 25 years of using CAD systems I am forced to question that. Perhaps there are a few who this truly applies. ??????

I own a seat of SW and continue to use it for my racing efforts and some consulting work. I know how to create a model that does not "Blow Up". The UI with SW and the vast amount of resources to answer questions is a real multiplier to getting things designed. My VAR with SolidWorks has never taken more than an hour and they will call my phone to make sure I have the answer I need if I do not get back to them right away. Our VAR for SE at work tells me to hold on while he goes to Solid Mastermind to see if he can find an answer. I told him I already did that. He then has an "Expert" call me a day or two later who really only uses NX but he might be able to help. For any real support I have to call GTAC.

I really have tried to learn SE. I think Synchronous / Direct Editing will be the future of CAD modeling who ever has a system available. For me, until SE fixes the crappy UI / menu diving / option after option clicks, I am not interested. Fix it and I would consider buying a seat for own use.

SolidWorks and Solidedge are smilar products from two different companies. Solidworks fromm EDS. SolidEdge from UGS (Siemens).

Like Camry from Toyota and Altima from Nissan.

On few features one got slight advantage over other. But overall both are comparable in terms of performance including price.

I am using Solid Edge now because in university they use that program. How i see it, it has too much keybindings, to much reliance on the keyboard and that slows progress down. in Solidworks to extrude something, you just draw a box and press "extrude". In solid edge, it takes at least 5 clicks to extrude.

This course focuses on the fundamental skills and concepts central to the use of Solid Edge. It uncovers all of the potential uses of production level solid modeling and introduces techniques for using Synchronous Technology. This course also provides an overview of the Solid Edge User interface, adding features, sketching tools, and various techniques in both the Traditional and Synchronous environment.

Students will have learned how to utilize Solid Edge to design production level parametric models of parts, assemblies, detail drawings and document management. They will also be familiar with the Solid Edge user interface, adding features, sketching tools and various modeling techniques in the Traditional environment as well as the Synchronous environment.



Training & Support - Solid Edge

I have been using Solidworks for 5 years and have used CAD systems for the past 25 years. Always was the mantra to reduce the number of clicks regardless of the system being used. Customize menus to speed things up as needed.

We have very simple parts to make our assemblies. An assembly we create will only have 2000 to 4000 parts on average. many need to be assembled in a similar or common fashion. One of the craziest things is if you have a piece fully constrained in an assembly but select one of its faces to mate a part with, the fully constrained part breaks and moves to where ever in space the new part is. The logic being followed is "I want to do this to that". At least that is what the fundamentals instructor told us. Our assemblies are large so we have to zoom in and out and pan like crazy to do simple mates/relations. The relations also seem to require a negative value to position parts on the correct side. If the part is already on the correct side why is this required.

While these could be easily avoided or accepted in a new work flow, there are just too many clicks and menu diving to do simple tasks. So after 3 months of using this every day, including weekend time when I had the free 45 trial, I still am having trouble with the UI. R-Click does not pop up a customizable menu but you can get a Radial Menu with a limited number of commands just like Mouse Gestures in SW. Click this, select that, set this option, click preview click ok, click esc---go to next command----really way too much. I keep hearing that SE is so "Intuitive". Well after 25 years of using CAD systems I am forced to question that. Perhaps there are a few who this truly applies. ??????

I own a seat of SW and continue to use it for my racing efforts and some consulting work. I know how to create a model that does not "Blow Up". The UI with SW and the vast amount of resources to answer questions is a real multiplier to getting things designed. My VAR with SolidWorks has never taken more than an hour and they will call my phone to make sure I have the answer I need if I do not get back to them right away. Our VAR for SE at work tells me to hold on while he goes to Solid Mastermind to see if he can find an answer. I told him I already did that. He then has an "Expert" call me a day or two later who really only uses NX but he might be able to help. For any real support I have to call GTAC.

I really have tried to learn SE. I think Synchronous / Direct Editing will be the future of CAD modeling who ever has a system available. For me, until SE fixes the crappy UI / menu diving / option after option clicks, I am not interested. Fix it and I would consider buying a seat for own use.

SolidWorks and Solidedge are smilar products from two different companies. Solidworks fromm EDS. SolidEdge from UGS (Siemens).

Like Camry from Toyota and Altima from Nissan.

On few features one got slight advantage over other. But overall both are comparable in terms of performance including price.

I am using Solid Edge now because in university they use that program. How i see it, it has too much keybindings, to much reliance on the keyboard and that slows progress down. in Solidworks to extrude something, you just draw a box and press "extrude". In solid edge, it takes at least 5 clicks to extrude.