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Solid Edge: More Information

Solid Edge is a portfolio of affordable, easy-to-use software tools that address all aspects of the product development process – 3D design, simulation, manufacturing, data management and more. Solid Edge combines the speed and simplicity of direct modeling with the flexibility and control of parametric design – made possible with synchronous technology.

Take the next step with Solid Edge! Click on one of the links below for purchase and trial information, or watch our video tutorials to see Solid Edge in action.

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Try Solid Edge for Free

With the Solid Edge Free Trial, you can evaluate the fully functional version of Solid Edge for free, without limitations on features or functionality. The trial includes part modeling, assembly design, drafting, and simulation. It incorporates online training videos as well as valuable how-to tips and tricks.

 

Import and Edit 3D Data

Today we work in a multi-CAD world with a challenge to import and often edit data regardless of what software created it. In this example, learn how to import 3D supplier data from various sources and make edits where needed.

 

Create a Detailed Drawing

Designing in 3D saves time, facilitates better product visualization and gives the freedom to clearly communicate my designs. But at the end of day you still need to convey the design idea to the shop floor. This video shows how Solid Edge makes it easy to create CAD drawings.

 

See the Full Solid Edge Portfolio

Solid Edge provides users with a full portfolio of solutions to meet a wide range of business needs. Solid Edge not only offers rich design solutions, but scalable solutions for simulation, manufacturing and data management as well.

 

Design a Part with Synchronous Technology

Solid Edge with synchronous technology enables designers to accelerate model creation and make faster edits, eliminating model regeneration, reducing rework, improving product features and streamlining design processes. In this video, learn how to model a part using Solid Edge with synchronous technology.

 

Create a Top Down Assembly

Solid Edge offers two options for assembly designing and layout: top-down design and bottom-up design. Top-down assembly modeling is an assembly-centric method, which starts at the highest level possible and individual parts and sub-assemblies are defined within the context of the overall assembly.

 

Design a Sheet Metal Part

A core design capability of Solid Edge is the Sheet Metal environment which provides an entire design-through-fabrication workflow, using streamlined synchronous modeling methods tailored to the unique needs of sheet metal design. In this video, learn how to create a sheet metal part using Solid Edge with synchronous technology.

Additional Solid Edge Tools and Resources

Free 2D Drafting

Solid Edge 2D Drafting

Whether you are using 2D across your company or for a specific 2D design process, Solid Edge 2D Drafting will give you an immediate advantage with production-proven capabilities. It is fully compliant with ISO, ANSI, BSI, DIN, JIS and UNI, and absolutely FREE to download and use.

 

Solid Edge Synchronous Technology

Solid Edge Synchronous Technology

Solid Edge synchronous technology combines the flexibility of direct modeling with the control of parametric design for faster 3D CAD creation and editing.

 

Solid Edge Free Viewer

Free Solid Edge CAD Viewer

The free Solid Edge Viewer allows you to interactively view Solid Edge 3D models and drawings. Rotate, pan, and zoom 3D CAD models, and save images and email them as needed to provide an efficient collaborative process among your team, your customers, and your suppliers.

 

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