You can create a sheet body through curves by using the “Through Curves” command. If the curves do not have closed contours, the created body will be a surface body. To create a surface by using the “Through Curves” command.
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 auto dimension on the sketch by using the “Continuous Auto Dimensioning” command in the sketch.
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 the “Fill Surface” command. But you can remove the specified region inside the sheet surface.
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 the curves do not intersect, both curves extend to create a corner between the curves.
You can create solid walls on a sheet surface in NX. The sheet surface thickens on a specified side or each side through a given thickness. To create a wall on the surface Start the “Thicken” command. (Home Ribbon Bar
You can change objects color in NX. These object types changes with the selection in the “Type Filter” in the top border bar.
You can change the component name in the assembly but you should be very careful at this process. I recommend you to take a backup before renaming the component file. To change the part name in the assembly: Make work
You might have a problem with snaping curves when you try to create a curve or object close to the curve. You can solve this problem by using two different methods.
You can specify distance constraints between objects in the Assembly modeling in NX. To define distance constraint Start the “Assembly constraints” command. Set the constraint type as “Distance” (Shown in the figure) Select the first object. Select the second object.
You can see the Degrees of Freedom of the parts in the assembly by using the “Show Degrees of Freedom” command in the Assemblies Ribbon Bar. Activate the “Show Degrees of Freedom” command then click on the part. The arrows