How do I get the power of 3D with the simplicity of 2D?Welcome to the Solid Edge mini-series product overviewBefore we get started, I’d like to recognize Couach Yachts in France for their development of this luxury yacht. Couach has been using Solid Edge for years and found significant productivity gains in products design. To bring CAD into reality, notice how the 3D CAD model is blended with their actual product.
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If you are looking to move from 2D to 3D, this mini-series will be ideal for you.Today, we’ll coverHow to accelerate the move to 3D and virtually eliminate adoption timesRemember to watch for future invitations on these other mini-series events.
Let’s take a minute and refresh your memory on what synchronous technology is. Simply put it combines the best of the most popular technologies, leaving the problems behind.For example, history-based systems are dimension driven for precise control and use features for easy creation and editing. Packaged together, they become highly automated. The downside is history. Getting reliable updates requires a tremendous amount of pre-planning and once a design is planned out, models become inflexible to change. Performance suffers from as model regenerations often re-compute unrelated features. History-free systems don’t rely on a model generation, so features aren’t inter-related. While offering blazing fast performance, building intelligent models in impossible. For example, building a relationship so this hole drive that face simply can’t be defined.Solid Edge with synchronous technology incorporates the best of both worlds. Highly automated features with dimensions with unbounded flexibility and nearly instant performance. We’ll see this in action in just a few minutes.
Even the industry recognizes our technology as a major advancement in 3D CADThe CAD Society has awarded Bill McClure VP of product development and Dan Staples, Director of Solid Edge development this award for their leadership in bring a revolutionary new technology to the marketplace.Solid Edge with synchronous technology as also received the Design News 2009 Golden Mousetrap Best Product Award in the Software category! This prestigious award goes out to the best and most innovative product and beat entries by its closes competitors.Solid Edge with synchronous technology also won a key award from manufacturing Business technology. Receiving the only CAD award for the “The Most Innovative Product from a Vendor” shows more and more people are recognizing our technology for its speed, power and flexibility.These are the top awards in the CAD industry, and Solid Edge with synchronous technology 2 has won them all.
So how do you get the power of 3D with the Simplicity of 2D? By using Solid Edge with synchronous technology 2 for accelerating the move to 3D and virtually eliminating transitional downtimes. One way to eliminate downtime is by reusing your existing designs. You’ve already spent the time designing products so minimize product development time in 3D and reuse as much as you can. Even if your designs are done in 2D, that should not keep you from using 3D. Lowering transitional downtime can also be done with a system that requires minimal training. An added benefit with less training is lower engineering costs during both the implementation phase as well as ongoing use. One of the key ways synchronous technology minimizes training is that it’s methods are built upon many principals you already know. By using similar processes and design techniques, your investment in knowledge is preserved.
Solid Edge - 2D to 3D design and drafting software
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How do I get the power of 3Dwith the simplicity of 2D?<br />Yacht modeled in Solid Edge<br />Courtesy of Couach<br />
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How to get the power of 3D with the simplicity of 2DWhat we will cover in this series<br />How to accelerate the move to 3D <br />and virtually eliminate adoption times<br />How to use 2D drawings in 3D digital prototyping <br />and cut time to market up to 70%<br />How to better leverage 3D supplier data <br />and modify outsourced data faster than the vendor<br />How to use 2D ideas but get the accuracy of 3D <br />and perform ECO’s in minutes instead of hours<br />How to maximize SharePoint with Insight<br />and reduce drawing search time by up to 85%<br />
Solid Edge with synchronous technology 2Incorporating the best of both worlds<br />synchronous<br />technology<br />History-free<br />Modeling<br />Synchronized Solve<br />Procedural Features<br />Live Rules<br />Driving 3D Dimensions<br />More…<br />History-based<br />Modeling<br />Flexible <br />Editing<br />Dimension <br />Driven<br />Requires <br />pre-planning<br />Feature-less<br />Highly <br />Automated<br />Scales well on many-featured <br />parts<br />Weak dimension-driven editing<br />Inflexible<br />Feature-based<br />Direct Interaction<br />Scales poorly on many-featured parts<br />Little Design Automation<br />Desirability<br />Technology<br />Synchronous technology not licensable <br />
Solid Edge with synchronous technology 2 awards Top industry awards<br />CAD Society Leadership Award 2009<br />“… Synchronous technology in Solid Edge represented a major turning point in the industry...”<br />Design News 2009 Golden Mousetrap Best Product Award<br />“…Perhaps no 3-D CAD company did as much to advance the trend as Siemens PLM Software with the introduction of synchronous technology.”<br />MBT 2009 Innovation Insight<br />“Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology impresses product designers…impresses for its speed, power, and flexibility.”<br />
Solid Edge with synchronous technology 2 for accelerating the move to 3D<br />And virtually eliminate transitional downtimes<br />Reduce design time through more data reuse<br />Lower engineering costs through less training<br />Maximize engineering knowledge by using familiar 2D concepts<br />How do you get the power of 3D with the simplicity of 2D?<br />
Moving from 2D to 3DWhat are your barriers to entry?<br />Benefits of 3D are understood but you still need to…<br /><ul><li>Reduce rework in drawings used for 3D
Reduce risky downtime while learning new concepts
Handle resistance to change—2D is known to work1</li></ul>(1) Best practices for Migrating from 2D to 3D, Aberdeen Group May 2008<br />
Moving from 2D to 3D Maintain 2D data with accurate translation<br />Reliable and robust data import<br />Solid Edge delivers popular AutoCAD® fonts <br />Matched AutoCAD colors (and “color 7”)<br />Support for model space / paper space <br />AutoCAD XRef’s will be retained<br />Intuitive AutoCAD import wizard<br />Live preview of option changes<br />Full set of display tools (pan, zoom, window)<br />Reduce design time through more reuse<br />AutoCAD is a registered trademark of Autodesk, Inc. Autodesk Inventor is a registered trademark of Autodesk, Inc.<br />
Moving from 2D to 3D Use grab-and-go tools for command free development<br />Create geometry directly from 2D drawings<br />Graphic “regions” are automatically created from closed sketches<br />Grab-and-go handles on regions allows a simple push / pull<br />Geometric conditions such as tangent, co planar, symmetric, and concentric are kept without constraints<br />Operations collected but not forced in order<br />Lower engineering costs through less training<br />
Moving from 2D to 3D Make changes by stretching 3D models like in 2D<br />Feature-based, history-free 3D lets you edit 3D with a familiar 2D fence stretch<br />Live Rules maintains geometric conditions<br />Preserve key positions and distances with Locked 3D Driving Dimensions<br />Works on parts or assemblies<br />As easy as 1-2-3, just like 2D<br />1 - Open a part<br />2 - Fence area to stretch<br />3 - Drag into position<br />1<br />2<br />Maximize engineering knowledge by using familiar 2D concepts<br />3<br />
Moving from 2D to 3D What does SolidWorks™ and Autodesk™ Inventor offer<br />Can’t utilize existing 2D drawings reliably<br />Some 2D data will get lost such as layers, hatch, fonts, and 1:1 scaling<br />Traditional 3D technology requires expert knowledge<br />You must learn how to manage history and feature dependency<br />Hard to use<br />SWIFT uses feature reordering and can fail<br />Aberdeen reports 35% of new users on traditional CAD claim models take too long to create<br />
How do you get the power of 3D with the simplicity of 2D?<br />Using Solid Edge with synchronous technology 2 you can accelerate the move to 3D and virtually eliminate transitional downtimes<br />Reduce design time through more data reuse<br />Lower engineering costs through less training<br />Maximize engineering knowledge by using familiar 2D concepts<br />Did you know…<br />You can get a custom financial analysis with the Solid Edge ROI Workshop<br />
Spotlight on… L.S. Starrett Company<br />Overview<br />Makers of precision measuring equipment<br />Athol, Massachusetts <br />Business challenges<br />Upgrade to 3D CAD but protect investment in legacy data<br />Results<br />Design development time cut by up to 66%<br />Ability to leverage work between groups<br />“We bring our old 2D files into Solid Edge and use its tools to turn curves and lines on the drawings into 3D models with a few clicks.”<br />Jim Woessner<br />Drafting Supervisor<br />L.S. Starrett Company<br />Starrett is a trademark of The L.S. Starrett Company<br />
Solid Edge with synchronous technologyProven value across all design areas<br />Solid Edge with synchronous technology combines the speed and flexibility of direct modeling with precise control of dimension driven design, to provide the fastest, most flexible design experience possible.<br /><ul><li>Unique Paradigm for fast / flexible modeling
The Velocity Series</li></li></ul><li>How do I get the power of 3Dwith the simplicity of 2D?<br />The Siemens answer: Use Solid Edge with synchronous technology to get up to a 100x faster design experience<br />
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