Cursuri certificate

Intermediate NX Design and Assemblies

Cod CursTR10056-TC
SoluţieNX
software/versiuneNX 10.0
NivelMediu
Durată5 zile
Class is taught in the Teamcenter integration environment.

Intermediate NX Design and Assemblies
is designed to advance students further up the productivity curve. As a second tier course Intermediate NX Design and Assemblies builds on the tools you deployed as a result of attending the Essentials for NX Designers course. This method-based course focuses the student on productive modeling techniques that capture design intent in the context of the Master Model. Delivering on that outcome, this course will incorporate sketching, inter-part modeling, design intent, and several assembly topics as a significant part of the instruction.
Cui se adresează
  • This course is for designers, engineers, and CAD/CAM managers who need to create parametric solid models that capture design intent.
Condiţii
Required courses:

  • Or successful completion of Essentials for Designers prerequisite assessment on the Learning Advantage (score > 70%). Learning Advantage courses can also be used to prepare for the prerequisite assessment.
  • Basic understanding of parametric modeling, and the Master Model Concept.
Working knowledge of the following:
  • NX interface
  • Creating, opening, and saving parts in a Teamcenter Integration environment.
  • Part file saving conventions
  • Sketching and constraining techniques
  • Adding and constraining assembly components
  • Swept features with optional Offset
  • WCS & Absolute coordinate systems
  • Layer control
  • Simple blends
Materiale
  • Student Guide
  • Activity Material
Topics
  • Pattern sketch curves
  • Offset sketch curves
  • Create a basic free form shape
  • Create expressions with measurements
  • Copy/paste a feature
  • Create reference sets
  • Create draft
  • Use Synchronous Modeling
  • Create a variable blend
  • Create component patterns
  • Apply top down assembly modeling
  • Design “in context”
  • Use the WAVE geometry linker
  • Create interpart references
  • Define remembered assembly constraints
  • Define a revision identifier
  • Understand component replacement methods
  • Manage assembly arrangements