Matt Lombard is responsible for my entry into the blog world although he does not know this yet. I have watched and posted a number of times on his blog but never bit the bullet to do my own.
So I found myself yesterday wanting to post a video of how I edit a real part in SE on his blog and one thing leads to another and the culmination of this was a decision to just go ahead and dive in myself.
When it’s your blog you get to do and say things you don’t feel you can say otherwise because being reasonably polite on some one elses turf is just the proper way to behave. And since Solid Edge is my program of choice it behooves me to just start blabbering about it primarily on my own site.
I don’t however intend to limit the topics to just Solid Edge as it is only part of my business life and many of you know I am quite opinionated on other topics like [ughhh!] the Cloud. CAD and CAM in general is of interest to me across the board irrespective of who authors it so there will be comments on other products here too.
I own and run a small job shop and I wear all hats from design to sanitary pipe welding to cnc machining and clean ups on aisle 3 so you just never know what may show up here.
One of the things I would like to do with other SE users is real parts and how they were done and why. I figure to learn in this blog from others who are better than I am or just have a different approach and put this information out there for other users and those just curious about how my tool set compares to theirs. I don’t try to represent myself as a Solid Edge expert because I am not. But it is what I use to make a living and I intend to share what I know with others.
I believe with my own money that SE ST3 is the best MCAD program out there right now enough to desire to help the SE community along with this blog and wellcome whosoever will to join me.
Regards, Dave Ault