Create Constraint Instead of Auto Diameter Dimension on the Created Circles

NX creates auto dimensions when you start to create circles by typing a diameter size at the first circle in the sketch. You can create…

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Showing Auto Dimensions in Sketch

You can show auto dimensions in the sketch even if it is hidden from general settings in customer settings.  Before showing auto dimensions, create the…

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Deactivation of Auto Dimensioning in the Sketch in NX

NX, creates auto-dimensions when creating curves in the sketch by the default settings. These dimensions are passive dimensions. You can move curves by dragging curves…

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Simple Part Modeling – 2 in NX

I try to show different methods and commands for modeling in this video tutorial. This part can model by using easier and faster methods. The…

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Bounded Plane

You can create a surface from the set of connected curves by using the “Bounded Plane” command. The “Bounded Plane” command is nearly similar to…

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Trim Sheet

You can trim sheet through a selected curve, surface, plane, etc. To trim sheet: Start the “Trim Sheet” command (Surface Ribbon Bar => Surface Operations…

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Fill Surface

You can create a surface from a set of curves or/and edges by filling the region inside the set of curves or/and edges. An only…

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Snap Options in NX

Snap options and snap settings are placed on the top border bar in NX. You can enable or disable the snap settings or change the…

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Simple Part Modeling-1

The commands used in the video tutorial Sketch Profile Extrude Edge Blend Hole

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Make Corner

You can make corners between curves in the sketch of the NX. If both curves intersect, the curves are trim to make a corner. If…

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