by: Eakapan Chuensomboon
NX7.5 modeling technique called “Inferred Blend.” The new functionality in the Face Blend
NX 7.5 modeling technique called “Deformable Part.” This functionality is extremely useful when it is beneficial to represent the real world “flexibility” of a component. For this case study we are looking at a Medical Product known as a stent. Our goal is to… Read More
NX7.5 modeling technique called “Extruding Self-Intersecting Curves.” A great new piece of functionality in the extrude tool allows the user to extrude self-intersecting curves. This is a great way to create ribs or similar features without having to extrude lines separately.
NX7.5 modeling technique called “Extract Virtual Curves.” When working with geometry of a
NXtutorials brings you a helpful tutorial that solves the “move face” problem. Due to the complexity of many modern models, the synchronous modeling command of “move face” does not always work. In those cases, the associative “split body” command helps to solve the problem.
A guide to recording your own macro to capture drafting preferences. This great tool can be used in many applications not just for drafting and its as easy as – record then play.
NXTutorials brings you a helpful tutorial on the use of show/hide/select by attribute name. When you are modeling
A helpful tutorial on the use of plist_ignore_member in the context of master modeling. This is a great trick to gain more control over what is actually displayed in your parts list.
NXTutorials brings you a helpful tutorial on creating a great shape using N-sided surface using NX6.
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A helpful tutorial on vacuum formed geometry using NX6.
NXTutorials brings you a helpful tutorial on creating a conic blend using NX6.
NXtutorials brings you a helpful tutorial on how to use parametric measurements in modeling using NX6.
NXtutorials brings you a helpful tutorial on the new command “through curves” using NX6.
NXtutorials brings you a helpful tutorial on shape design using NX6.