The ability to Unite certain portions of the model while trimming out unneeded areas from within the unite command.
How to use Product Interface
I created this mask using a typical Arduino Uno & EasyVR Voice Recognition Board. What you’ll need: Arduino UNO Easy VR Shield Addressable RGB LED Strips just 1 meter @ 144 leds is enough. Paintball Mask Programmed Mask Arduino Code The LED strips can… Read More
How to use Assembly Sequence in NX 9
New constraint added in Nx9 Align and lock allows you to lock the rotation of a component along a vector.
How to use the Sew command on an enclosed sheet body and retain the Sheet body instead of Solid body.
A way to quickly add fasteners to your assemblies by making use of reference patterns.
How to use List expressions in NX 11 as well a cool trick using naming conventions.
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.
How to use Xform on a curve to control a surface
After much scrubbing the internet i was unable to find a good way to edit KBE / .dfa files without having to install Visual Studio. As a software engineer i happen to enjoy using notepad++ as a lightweight editor with syntax highlighting. So… Read More
NX 11.0.1 offers the ability to show components from an assembly in a special “Isolate Window” that can be viewed alongside the main displayed part window. This new functionality greatly enhances NX’s in-context design capabilities!
COMING SOON! Welcome! This course on the expressions language in NX has been written for engineers by engineers who love this stuff. We did it knowing that you’re probably very busy. That said, we’ve made this course very hands-on and streamlined. Most of… Read More
This new capability lets you work on curved faces not only in their original state, but also in an unwrapped, flattened state. For example, instead of creating profile curves directly on 3D faces, it may be easier to flatten the faces to a… Read More