Whether you are just learning Solid Edge or an established user, it is always useful to have extra resources.

 

Free macro to check for out of date drawing views.

CAD Central have created a macro that you can use to check draft files for out-of-date drawing views. The macro will allow you to specify a folder, a folder and all of its sub-folders and just a list of selected files within a specific folder and it will check each file to see whether it contains any out of date drawing views.
Contact Alan Pope for more information and to get a copy.

Free assembly/part renaming macro

CAD Central has created a macro that allows you to copy an entire assembly and rename each part/assembly by adding a prefix, suffix or just replaces one string for another (ie “LN-“ to “SN-“), so that when you want to create a new product based on an existing one, you ensure that all part names are unique.
Contact Alan Pope for more information and to get a copy.

 

Synchronous Technology Training Guide

Here is a tutorial that uses Synchronous Technology to create a marking gauge, that creates the parts, assembly and draft files:

Marking Gauge

 

Marking-Gauge.pdf

 

Synchronous Technology sheet metal training Guide

Here is a tutorial that uses Synchronous Technology to create a tray and its’ compartment dividers

Tray.pdf

 

2D Drawing Creation Tutorial

This tutorial shows how to use the free 2D Solid Edge version:

SE Draft 2D.pdf

 

Frame Component Files

Neil Hitchcox, a freelance design engineer from Radius Design (NZ) Limited has built a set of frame section files, that are based on New Zealand standards and can be used with the Solid Edge Frame command. He is willing to share these with any Solid Edge users on an “as is” basis. If you are interested, then you should contact Neil directly at neil@radiusdesignz.co.nz

 

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