We can work on, or in the context of, large assemblies without having to retrieve and display data you do not need, by using lightweight representations. The following capabilities are helpful when we work in large assemblies. We can: Select or work on parts that meet user defined criteria, by using component groups. The criteria can be based on spatial locations called zones, attribute values, component sets, or any combination of the three. Compare components to determine if they interfere or encroach on a minimum clearance distance that you define. To do this, use the Analysis→ Assembly Clearance command. We can compare components interactively or in batch mode.
1 NX interface, Part file saving conventions
2 Sketching and constraining techniques.
3 Adding and constraining assembly components.
4 Swept features with optional Offset
5 WCS & Absolute coordinate systems
6 Layer control
7 Simple blends
What are some job opportunities after doing the course.
Outcome of the Course: After you successfully complete this course, you should be able to:
• 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 arrays
• 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
Projects by using the course: Projects on Assemblies of heavy engineering like cranes, heavy machinery, etc
Industrial Applications: Automotive Design Industry, Aerospace design Industry, Medical device Industry, Defence, Industrial Design Industry, Heavy Equipment Industry, etc….
Industry Sector: Automotive, aerospace, medical and Heavy Engineering industries