You may date yourself if you remember the robot from the original Lost in Space. I downloaded 2 side views from the web and placed them with the Raster Image command. Then it’s a matter of Revolves and Extrusions. Command J was used… Read More
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
VR is becoming the next cutting edge platform for immersive user experience. Personally, in my opinion the only one thing that is holding VR back is content and accessibility. In essence it is my belief that a VR headset should be just as universal… Read More
by: GMSystem2001 Moldex3D eDesignSYNC for NX Tutorial Post Process
by: Prion Cutting Edge
One of the great perks about having a 3d printer is having access to parts or plastic shapes that are hard to obtain normally. But for the fun of it all and to give my son something cool to play with i created… Read More
Created by, SwooshTech This video shows an example of motion analysis using flexible bodies on unfolding satellite panels and to demonstrate how flexible body analysis can provide unique insight into product performance.
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.
NX7 short tutorial explaining how the extrude feature can be used to construct the ribs for a molded part.
Created by, quadco This tutorial show how to use interpart reference between parts in NX7.5.
NX has always been an extremely powerful CAD package. There have always been many fantastic commands that enable you to do amazing feats of computer aided design. In general the menu structure is such that whatever you want to do is pretty close… Read More
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.