Solid Edge

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Solid Edge Mechanical Design allows you to do things like quickly focus on the task at hand, or to find parts anywhere in the design by using refined searched tools that let you search by component properties such as name, title, document, number, etc.


  • The Solid Edge Portfolio: Solid Edge is now a start-to-finish PLM tool that allows users to implement the best solution for their company’s and customer’s needs. This portfolio includes a variety of tools, including simulation, manufacturing, technical publications, data management and applications from third-party software, truly offering unique design-through-manufacturing possibilities.
  • Scalable Data Management: Built-in Solid Edge data management allows manufacturers to work with a large volume of CAD files. The Design Manager tool enables users to review and edit the properties of multiple files and to backup, share and synchronize files through a number of cloud-based, file-sharing software. Should the need arrive, Siemens allows for an easy upgrade to Teamcenter. Teamcenter Integration for Solid Edge allows users to capture, manage and share Solid Edge data.
  • Design Collaboration: The product collaboration of SolidWorks helps designers share their project with other key stakeholders, and offers a variety of ways to protect data and original design.
  • Next Generation Design: Generative Design is a feature just added to the 2017 version of SolidWorks. Other improvements to SolidWorks’ design include closing the gap between design and manufacturing with more intelligent designs, predicting next steps.
  • Sheet Metal Modeling: SolidWorks provides a basic version of sheet metal modeling. Users can design a sheet metal part on its own without any reference to the parts it will enclose, the part in the context of an assembly or the part within a multibody environment.
  • Assembly Optimization: Because of the history-based functionality of SolidWorks, creating assemblies requires users to build and understand each individual part before creating the whole. And if a customer requires modifications to an assembly, the user will have to modify each part, then make required adjustments to other parts, and possibly the entire assembly.
  • 3D Digital Prototypes: Solid Edge users can build complete 3D digital prototypes and optimize their designs before the production stage, and design an entire assembly with specific machined, cast or stylized components.
  • Creating 3D Models from 2D Drawings: Solid Edge allows users to create quality 3D models from 2D drawings, and 2D drawings from 3D models. With both functions, Solid Edge provides multiple view options, including standard, auxiliary, section, detail, broke and isometric.
  • True Direct Editing: Solid Edge’s Synchronous Technology allows users to create and modify a design on the fly, irrespective of the order in which previous elements were assembled. This makes the design more responsive and allows for design changes at the assembly stage. With this feature, users can design, revise and deliver a product faster.
  • One-Shot, Multi-Part Editing: The one-shot editing of Solid Edge allows users to edit components in an assembly while also maintaining the original design intent of the product or feature. A user can select multiple faces of multiple parts and make quick edits. Synchronous Technology will recognize symmetrical parts of a feature and make corresponding edits when there are any alterations.

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