You can remove a component and its children from the assembly in NX.
You can copy faces in the solid model by using the “Copy Face” command. But sometimes only face surface copied and details of the solid body through this face not copied.
This occurs because of setting in the dialog box of the “Copy Face” command
You can change the selection area setting in NX. By default, you can select objects in the region by dragging the mouse. The rectangular area will be occurred according to your selection and the objects inside the rectangle will be
There are several methods to clean parts from history in NX. But all of the parts in the history will be removed completely. You can clean parts in the history or you can hide “History” from the resource bar
You can create, edit, copy and paste sections in NX. The section is a very useful function in the cad modeling that used for looking at details and finding mistakes in the assemblies or complex parts. The created sections are listed in the assembly or part navigator on the left in NX
Show/Hide commands are currently hidden in the last NX version. This command group is very useful commands that I used too much in large and complex assemblies or parts.
My advice is to make visible these commands in the “View Ribbon Bar”.
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
You can define angle constraints between objects in the Assembly modeling in NX. To define Angle constraint