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Aug 04 2013 04:48 AM | Community Administrator in What's new Views
Overview of Solid Edge ST6 / What's new ST5 Here are the highlights of ST6: YouTube videos in Solid Edge Now you can use YouTube within Solid Edge to record and share multimedia videos with others. For more information, see User assistance tools....

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Working with Assemblies in Solid Edge

Jan 19 2013 06:34 AM | Community Administrator in Assembly design

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The Solid Edge Assembly environment allows you to easily build, modify, display, revise, and analyze assemblies.

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Restructuring assemblies

Nov 10 2013 04:34 AM | Community Administrator in Assembly design

Solid Edge contains commands that allow you to change the structure of an existing assembly. The Transfer command transfers parts and subassemblies from one assembly to another. You can transfer these parts and subassemblies to any level of the asse...

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Working with .jt documents in Solid Edge

Mar 24 2013 09:10 AM | Community Administrator in Solid Edge Wiki

Opening jt documents in Solid Edge You can open jt documents in Solid Edge assembly, part, or sheet metal with the Open command. On the Open File dialog box, after you select the jt (.jt) document you want to open, click the Options button to display...

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Columns tab

Nov 08 2013 03:41 PM | Community Administrator in Detail Drawing

Columns tab The Columns tab is where you define the column content and header content for each column in a model-derived table, a parts list, or a block table. You also can specify the display format of each column, and the order that the columns app...

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Part List

Nov 08 2013 03:31 PM | Community Administrator in Detail Drawing

Parts lists Many companies include parts lists in their assembly drawings to give additional information about individual assembly components. For example, part number, material, and the quantity of parts required are typically documented in a parts...

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Rounding and blending

Oct 20 2013 08:30 AM | Community Administrator in Solid Modeling

Rounding and blending Use rounding to replace a model's sharp edges with a smooth, rounded surface to improve its appearance or function. Rounding is edge-based, which means you can only round edges. In the ordered environment, you use a constant ro...

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What's new ST6 - Reflective plane

Sep 28 2013 02:30 PM | Community Administrator in Solid Edge ST6

Reflective planes are now available. The reflective planes display a reflection of a symmetrical part instead of an actual mirror feature. This is a quick way of resolving symmetrical form and studying the volume of a sculpted model. Reflective planes...

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3D face Style

Sep 28 2013 10:01 AM | Community Administrator in Rendering

Styles command Modifies, creates, deletes, or applies styles using the Style dialog box. You can copy styles from one document to another document using the Organizer option on the Style dialog box. This displays the Style Organizer dialog box. For m...

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Working with Live Sections

May 19 2013 10:00 PM | Community Administrator in Solid Modeling

Working with Live Sections You use the Live Section command to create a 2D cross-section on a plane through a 3D part. For example, you can select one of the principal planes on the base coordinate system as the plane for a live section. Live sectio...

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