An assembly is a collection of parts and subassemblies that are positioned in a meaningful way. The parts can be in their final orientation or have freedom of movement in translation and rotation. Solid Edge Assembly provides the tools needed to layout and position the parts relative to each other. Many methods exist to accomplish this task.
This training introduces the Solid Edge Assembly interface and discusses the different workflows for creating an assembly with the most commonly used part relationships.
Who Should Attend?
- Design Engineers
- Design Managers
- Design Heads
Post the session, participants will be able to:
- Learn how to position assembly components using relationships such as mate and axial align.
- Learn how to position assembly components using FlashFit.
- Learn how to maintain and edit assembly relationships.
- Learn how to design in the context of an assembly
He is an experienced engineer in various Job roles in the Engineering Industries. He comes with good Solid Edge experience. Apart from Solid Edge experience he also has experience in production, quality & tooling process CAD/CAM tools and has a very good understanding of the various process in manufacturing.