Does your business work in 2D drafting or 3D design? Are you looking for a way to get new products to market faster without paying an exorbitant price for new software or systems? Do you want a piece of CAD software you will be able to reuse for years to come?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Solid Edge is the right choice for your New Zealand business. First introduced in 1996 by Intergraph, now owned by Siemens PLM Software, Solid Edge uses synchronous modelling technology to allow for easier, faster, and more convenient modelling. From product design to sheet metal modelling, Solid Edge has been adopted by countless businesses around the globe for a long list of different applications.
Why Use Solid Edge?
If you are interested in using Siemens Solid Edge in New Zealand, then your first question is probably about what sets it apart from other CAD software. How can Solid Edge help you get products to market faster than whatever design or assembly modelling program your business is currently using?
One of the biggest factors that set Solid Edge apart from other CAD software available in New Zealand is the inclusion of Siemens’ synchronous technology, which can be used on its own or in conjunction with traditional feature based modelling. Many direct modelling CAD software systems use history-based modelling. Synchronous technology makes it easier to make quick revisions to a design by recognising what you are working on and only displaying the information that is relevant to that specific revision.
This intuitive feature allows you to make better plans for design tweaks, because you don’t have to figure out for yourself what parts of the design your modifications are going to affect, or spend time second-guessing your decisions. Essentially, synchronous technology gives you the ability to respond quickly to revision requests or make changes after product tests, all without having to go back to the drawing board and rework the design from scratch.
Synchronous technology is arguably the biggest reason that designers come to CAD Central seeking a Solid Edge download in New Zealand, but not the only one. On the contrary, the software can also integrate with other PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) technologies. This factor makes it possible to reuse existing design data—even if it was created in a different program—or to add Solid Edge to your company’s resource list without completely revamping your approach to design modelling.
Collectively, these two main advantages help make Solid Edge highly effective and reusable within virtually any organisation that uses CAD software. Siemens Solid Edge will help your New Zealand business reduce operating inefficiencies, build smarter designs, avoid product defects and get better products to the market faster—leading to improved customer satisfaction.
If you are looking for a Solid Edge download or wondering about the Solid Edge price in New Zealand, CAD Central can help. We have been working with Solid Edge for 20+ years, since it was first announced, and would be happy to help get you started. To learn more about our sales, support and training for Solid Edge, give us a call on 0800 223 756.
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