In this video we share a little-known option in NX Customer Defaults that allows for all components in an assembly to move subject to their degrees of freedom when a component in a subassembly is moved with Move Component.
This tutorial covers the new limits in Angle Constraint for Assemblies.
How to navigate Large assemblies and save resources by using Open by Proximity.
by: CAD Tutorials Modeling of Jig Assembly in Siemens PLM NX 10.0.
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Created by, CAE4PRI In this video a renown design studio in Italy explains why Siemens NX increased the productivity and the business. Also Mr. Andreani explains why he selected NX over other software systems. Consultants in Engineering design and simulation should look into… Read More
Created by, DenaTek2010 NX7.5 Modeling Assembly Arrangements part 2 of 2
Created by, DenaTek2010 NX7.5 Modeling Assembly Arrangements part 1 of 2
One of the things that NX does extremely well is vary your geometry according to all types of numerical inputs.
Created by, SiemensPLM Firewire Surfboards offers an on-line Custom Board Design System that uses NX computer-aided design technology from Siemens PLM Software. The system was developed in collaboration with Siemens partner ShapeLogic.
Shows how to quickly create a pram boat using sheet metal features. What’s a Pram? A pram is a boat that has a flat bottom. Some would say that a swamp boat, like the ones that are used to hunt alligators is an… Read More
The model of a sheet metal enclosure is very easy to create if you use traditional modeling commands such as block or extrude, then you use the convert command. The convert command enables all the contours that you easily made in conventional modeling… Read More
The NX8 Constraint Navigator is a great and powerful tool that lets you control the assembly constraints that you have created for your assemblies. Within the constraint navigator all the constraints of an assembly are organized such that the user can much more… Read More