A hot air balloon is modeled dimensionless to show some commands of surface modeling in NX. Commands in the video tutorial Sketch Datum Swept Pattern Feature Fill Surface Bounded Plane Sew Face Blend
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 auto constraints instead of this auto diameter dimensions. Auto-created dimensions might be a problem when
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.
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 or changing these dimensions in the sketch. Also, you might have performance problems in the
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 commands and functions used in this tutorial: Sketch Rectangle Circle Extrude Offset function in the
The commands used in the video tutorial Sketch Profile Extrude Edge Blend Hole
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 “Polygon” in the sketch. You can change the number of sides of the polygon. To create “Polygon” Start the “Polygon” command in the sketch application. (Home Ribbon Bar => Curve Group => Polygon) Specify the center point
You can change your sketch working plane after the sketch plane selected and sketch created. You can move the sketch to a new location in NX. To change the sketch working plane:
Commands used in the video: Sketch Extrude Edge Blend