Students will have learned how to apply all the relationships used to construct assembly models. They will have learned how to assemble and edit parts that already exist, and how to create new parts within an assembly; how to create exploded views, section views, simplified views, and custom views; how to manage very large assemblies; how to verify assembly integrity; how to design in the context of assemblies; and how to work with Alternate Assemblies. They will also learn advanced assembly’s commands such as fastener systems, mirror assemblies, system libraries, assembly features, adjustable parts and assemblies, and virtual components.
Here are the standard pre-requisites for the training course. Potential students should have completed the following prior to the class:
Completed the Solid Edge Fundamentals class
· Understanding of Synchronous Technology is recommended but not absolutely necessary. **
· Have at least 6 months of modeling experience with Solid Edge.
· Mechanical Design Experience
· Windows Experience
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