Managing Large Parts Parts that contain numerous rounds, chamfers, holes and especially smart patterns will process more slowly than a part from which these features have been removed. Good modelling practice generally suggest that rounds should be placed towards the end of a design as these will commonly slow down the display performance of a
If you have installed a new version of Solid Edge and find that the display in the 3D environments isn’t working as expected, you may need to upgrade your graphics drivers to a newer version. Update the graphics driver and see if this fixes your problem.
Due to popular demand, you will now find the Round feature available in the assembly fetaures section in ST 4. The Assembly Round command works exactly as in part, with the exception being that you first need to specify whether the feature is to be assembly or part based. The first step is to make
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To create a core of a part (copy) that has open facesyou will need to “close off” the spaces first. First use the Insert Part Copy command to load the part into a new file. Create a protrusion that sits on the bottom face (provided the surface is flat) In the surfacing tab, click the