Solid Edge’s synchronous technology combines the speed and simplicity of direct modelling with the flexibility and control of parametric design to enable generating and updating 3D CAD (computer-aided design) models faster and easier.
Solid Edge synchronous technology enables you to quickly build new concept designs, easily reply to modification requests, and update numerous pieces inside an assembly at the same time. With this design flexibility, you can eliminate cumbersome preplanning and avoid feature failures, rebuild issues, and time-consuming rework. The power of synchronous technology also allows you to treat multi-CAD data just like native files, supporting seamless collaboration with suppliers and partners.
Solid Edge synchronous technology, with integrated 2D and 3D drawing, enables you to start your concept designs right away, without tiresome preplanning. Because of Solid Edge’s history-free approach to 3D CAD, you can work directly with your design geometry and make changes in real time.
Rapid Initial Design
Precise Direct Modeling
When a late-stage design change stands between you and a deadline, Solid Edge synchronous technology means that it is easy to make requested changes, even to history-based 3D CAD models. By simply updating reference dimensions, or pushing and pulling on geometry, you can quickly and easily make changes to any model, without worrying about feature failures, rebuild issues or time-consuming rework.
Importing a file from another 3D CAD system is as simple as opening it using Solid Edge synchronous technology, and altering imported data is just as simple. Simply click and drag features, or add and alter dimensions “on the fly,” and Solid Edge will perform intelligent updates as if there were a history tree.
The unique power of synchronous technology allows you to easily collaborate with suppliers and partners, and treat multi-CAD data just like native files.
With Solid Edge synchronous technology, you can effortlessly reuse 3D design detail from previous models, saving you time and effort while producing new designs. Solid Edge allows you to move design detail from one project to another with a simple copy and paste, and it treats files in various CAD formats just like native Solid Edge files.
Solid Edge makes it simple to modify many pieces in an assembly without the requirement for time-consuming history-based adjustments or the creation of linkages between parts. Synchronous technology enables you to make simultaneous changes to an assembly by simply selecting and dragging the parts.
Even if you don’t have considerable 3D CAD expertise, Solid Edge synchronous technology makes it simple to prepare a model for finite element analysis (FEA). Solid Edge offers simple tools for FEA simulation preparation, regardless of whether your geometry was developed in Solid Edge or another 3D CAD application.
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