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The key to using high end computer aided design technology is integrating it into a system that is specific to the design challenges that are pertinent to your industry. The pay-off is quite exponential. For companies that truly want to take a… Read More
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Created by, quadco This tutorial show how to use interpart reference between parts in NX7.5.
By Stephen M. Samuel, PE Iso parametric curves are incredibly useful. They’ve been available in NX for many years but now they update. You can use them to distribute curves along a surface in a rectangularize pattern. Once you have the curves, you… Read More
By Stephen M. Samuel PE Creating Beautiful Designs The conic blend answers the question “How do I step up my game in my efforts to produce designs that are not only durable and functional but as beautiful as they can be?”. There… Read More
New drafting functionality allows you to keep blends and keep them smooth.
By Stephen M. Samuel They say Archimedes invented calculus 1500 years before it was reinvented by Sir Issac Newton. Fortunately, enough of his original writings survived the years such that we modern folks could examine them and gain insight into his thinking. It’s… Read More
It’s All About the Process By Stephen M. Samuel For companies that truly want to take a leadership role in their chosen markets, there are millions of dollars to save and huge opportunities to take advantage of when Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools… Read More
Progressive modeling is the art of using successive waved part files to enable the modeling of very complex components. This technique enables you to break up certain features into different part files so that when you design you don’t have to update everything all at once. This way a… Read More