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COURSE CONTENTSiemensUG-NXemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

1.Overview Intended Audience Course Objectives Prerequisites How to Use This Course Class Standards Part File Naming Seed Parts Colors Definitions of Terms2.Getting Started Starting NX Gateway Application Cue/Status Line Windows File Dialogs Activity — Creating a New Part Opening Multiple Parts Activity — Opening an Existing Part Activity—Save Part As (Copying a Part) Activity—Closing Parts Exiting NX Summary3.The NX User Interface Toolbars Customizing Toolbarsemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

Roles Activity — Working with Toolbars Activity — Working with Roles Mouse Navigation Mouse Pop-up Menu Graphics Window View Manipulation Selecting Objects Preview Selection and Quick Pick Activity — Manipulating Views Summary4.Coordinate Systems Overview of Coordinate Systems Manipulating the WCS Move WCS (Dynamics) Origin Handle Axis Handles Rotation Handles Activity — Manipulating the WCS Summary5.Introduction to Solid Modeling Primitives Block Activity — Creating a Block Cylinder Defining Vectors Activity — Creating a Cylinder Summaryemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

6.Positional Form Features Creating Form Features Hole Boss Positioning Terminology Positioning Methods Activity—Positioning Holes and Bosses Slot Pocket Pad Additional Positioning Methods Parameter Entry Options Activity — Creating Pockets and Slots Groove Activity — Positioning a Groove Editing the Size and Location of Form Features Edit Positioning Error Messages Editing Features with the Part Navigator Activity—Editing Positional Form Features Additional Positioning Techniques Summary7.8.Expressions Overview Creating and Editing Expressions Activity — Getting Familiar with Expressions SummaryShellemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

Shell Feature Overview Creating a Shell Feature Activity — Creating a Shell Feature Activity — Creating a Shell and Removing Multiple Faces Activity — Creating a Shell with an Alternate Thickness Summary9.Edge Operations Overview Edge Blend Activity — Creating Edge Blends Chamfer Activity — Creating Chamfers Summary10.Model Construction Query Visually Inspect the Part Layers Layer Categories Moving Objects Between Layers Part Navigator Information Distance Mass Properties Activity — Model Construction Query Summary11.Introduction to Assemblies Definitions and Descriptions Introduction to Load Optionsemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

Load Method Load States Load Failure Activity — Setting Load Options The Assembly Navigator Node Display Activity—Working with the Assembly Navigator Selecting Components in the Assembly Navigator Selecting Components in the Graphics Window Designing in Context Assembly Navigator Pop-Up Menu Options Activity—working with the Assembly Navigator (continued) Saving the Work Part Summary12.Adding Components & Mating Conditions General Assembly Concepts. Assemblies Application Assemblies Pull-down Menu Assemblies Toolbar Adding Components to an Assembly Activity—Creating an Assembly Mating Conditions Mate Constraint Align Constraint Angle Constraint Parallel Constraint Perpendicular Constraint Center Constraint Distance Constraint Tangent Constraint The Mating Conditions Dialog Tree Listing Repositioning Componentsemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

Activity—Mating the Nut Cracker Components Summary13.Datum Features Datum Feature Overview Datum Planes Creating Relative Datum Planes Common Datum Plane Types Activity—Creating Relative Datum Planes Selecting and Using Datum Planes Activity—Cylindrical Faces and Datum Planes Activity — Creating a Feature on a Relative Datum Plane Activity—Creating a Hole Corner to Corner Datum Axis Datum Axis Types Editing Datum Axes Activity—Constraining Locations using Datums Datum CSYS Summary14.Sketching Sketching Overview Sketches and the Part Navigator Sketch Visibility Creating a New Sketch The Active Sketch Sketch Creation Steps Activity — Sketch Creation Sketch Curves Activity — Using the Sketch Profile Tool Creating Fillets Trimming and Extending Curvesemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

Activity — Creating Fillets Activity—Using Quick Trimand Quick Extend Sketch Points Dimensional Constraints Activity—Adding Dimensional Constraints Editing Dimensions Activity — Editing Sketch Dimensions Geometric Constraints Show/Remove Constraints Constraint Conditions Activity — Adding Constraints Activity — Constraining a Profile Activity — Sketching and Constraining a Gasket Convert To/From Reference Activity—Constraint Conditions15.Swept Features and Boolean Operations Types of Swept Features Extrude Activity — Starting the Draglink Boolean Operations Start and End Limit Options Extrude with Offset Extrude with Draft Activity—Extruding with Offsets Selection Intent Activity — Extruding Using Selection Intent Sweep Along Guide Activity—Sweeping Along an Open Guide String Activity — Sweeping Along a Closed Guide String Revolve Activity—Creating Revolved Features Activity — Adding a Revolved Feature to the Draglink Activity — Extruding to a Faceemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

16.SummaryEditing the Model Accessing the Options to Edit Features Part Navigator Deleting Features Update Failures Activity — Edit and Delete Features Activity — Using the Update Tool Activity—Reordering Features with the Part Navigator Delaying Model Updates Move Feature Reattaching a Feature Activity—Re-attaching and Moving Features Summary17.Instance Arrays Instance Feature Rectangular Instance Array Circular Instance Array Activity — Rectangular Instance Array Activity — Circular Instance Array Activity (Optional) — Associativity of the Rotation Axis Summary18.The Master Model The Assembly Modeler Master Model Example Activity—Exploring a Master Model Assembly Activity — Creating a Non-Master Partemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

19.SummaryIntroduction to Drafting Working with Drawings Creating New Drawing Sheets Opening a Drawing Editing a Drawing Deleting a Drawing Activity — Creating New Drawing Sheets Activity—Opening and Editing Drawing Sheets Drawing Monochrome Display View Preferences Hidden Lines Smooth Edges Virtual Intersections Adding a Base View View Creation Options Bar Adding Projected Views Editing Existing Views Removing Views From a Drawing Activity—Adding Views to a Drawing Utility Symbols Creating a Linear Centerline Activity—Creating a Linear Centerline Manually Creating a Cylindrical Centerline Activity—Creating a Cylindrical Centerline Dimensions Annotation Preferences Dimension Preferences and Placement Appended Text Tolerances Text Orientation and Text Arrow Placement Editing an Existing Dimension Activity — Creating Dimensionsemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

Text Creation Creating Notes Activity — Creating Notes and Labels The Annotation Editor Editing Notes Activity — Creating More Notes Master Model Drawing Guidelines Summary20.Expression Operators Overview Operators Precedence and Associativity Legacy Unit Conversion Built-in Functions21.Point Constructor Options Overview Methods to Specify a Point WCS and Absolute Coordinates Offset22.Customer Defaults Overview Customer Defaults Customer Defaults Levels Setting Customer Defaults USER, GROUP, and SITE directories Managing Your Changes Updating to a New Release of NXemail: info@multisoftsystems.comweb: www.multisoftsystems.comcall: ( 91) 120 2540300 / 400, 333774

Siemens UG-NX training, PLM software training, CAD training Author: Mutisoft Systems Subject: Siemens UG-NX 8.5 Training Keywords: Siemens UG-NX training, PLM software

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