- Browser-based access for viewing CAD files on your phone, tablet, Chromebook, Mac, PC and more
- Share files with your shop floor, customers or partners
- Explore models with viewing tools: rotate and pan, section, and automatic assembly explode
- Capture feedback with markup Secure sharing and collaboration
- Secure password-based access
- Encryption on upload and download
- Access control allows you to define download or view-only
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.
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.
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.
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.
Designing in 3D saves time, facilitates better product visualization and gives the freedom to clearly communicate your 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.
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.
Using Solid Edge with synchronous technology I can actually do many more iterations now that I wasn’t able to do before. And because of that, the cost of the product comes down. The weight of the product comes down. The performance goes up. The warranty is a lot longer. Quality loves it. We love it. The profit margin loves it.