Friday, September 24, 2010

Solid Edge ST3 Impending Announcement on October 13th

Siemens PLM will formally announce Solid Edge ST3 on October 13th.  There are a number of events being held across North America starting on that day and through the month of December in a variety of cities.  2 of them are Siemens PLM hosted “National” events which the agenda shows will have a little more content in them, and the rest are Partner hosted events.  If interested in attending one of these events, you can sign up on the Register link at the following page: http://am.siemensplmevents.com/?elqPURLPage=4232
Now seeing that we have around 2-1/2 weeks before the formal announcement and there has been much speculation about what’s new with ST3 in regards to Synchronous Technology, I thought it would be interesting to invite your comments about what you think is new with Synchronous Technology in ST3.  Ground rules are that you must be polite and on topic.  This BLOG is mine and is not bound by your right to free speech, therefore comments are moderated and I reserve the right to reject any comments I perceive to violate the ground rules.
Now let the speculation begin!

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

My guess is that Synchronous can be used in the traditional environment.

regards,
Theodore

Anonymous said...

I hope there is a fusion between Sync and Tard modus.

I don't like the decition between Sync and Trad, there should be a fusion like NX.

Anonymous said...

I am hoping that instead of 100X faster it is 100X better.

Probably it is that all the solids operations are now in synchronous and the only thing that is only traditional is surfacing.

I would be pleasantly surprised if the bridge was the ability to go back and for between traditional and ST like you can between sheetmetal and part.