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Shop Documentation templates siemens NX

Pre-NX 8 templates are not visible in the NX because you can use the default templates to create a report of machining operations from any of the four Operation Navigator views. Pre-NX 8 templates generate reports only for a single view. If you want to use pre NX 8 templates, …

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Shop Documentation default formats siemens NX

You can generate a shop documentation report as an HTML or a text file. HTML Use the HTML format when you want to display graphics and use links to lead you to more detail within the operation. You can view the HTML document in a browser or post it on …

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DesignLogic siemens NX

DesignLogic list options let you easily define your model parametrically as you specify values during feature creation. These options are visible next to many parameter data entry fields in Modeling dialog boxes. Instead of cutting and pasting values into a parameter entry field, simply click the DesignLogic list button next …

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Feature Group siemens NX

Use the Feature Group command to organize features in a named collection so that it is easier to identify them and use them in downstream operations. You can suppress, delete, move, and copy a feature group. These actions apply to all of the members of a feature group. A feature …

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Boolean operations siemens NX

Boolean operations let you combine previously existing solid and/or sheet bodies. You can apply the following Boolean operations to existing bodies:   Target Solids with Boolean Operations Each Boolean option prompts you to identify a target solid (the body you begin with) and one or more tool solids. The target …

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Part Families siemens NX

The Part Families option lets you create a family of parts. You begin by creating a template part, and then use the NX spreadsheet (opened with the Create button on the Part Families dialog) to create a table describing the various part family members. Terms specific to Part Families Template …

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Move Object siemens NX

Use the Move Object command to reposition objects in your part. With the Move Object command, you can Move objects using handles. Move objects a specific distance along a given vector, towards a given vector, between two points, or along the X, Y, and Z directions of a reference CSYS. …

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Primitives siemens NX

Primitive features are basic analytic shapes: blocks, cylinders, cones, and spheres. Primitives are associative to the point, vector, and curve objects that were used to position them when they were created. If you subsequently move one of the positioning objects, the primitive feature also moves and updates accordingly. Base Procedure …

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Input Points from a File siemens NX

For many Modeling functions, you can input point data by specifying a file name. When you choose the Points From File option, the Point File dialog is displayed. When you use a point file, an object attribute named POINT_FILE is attached to the new object. For splines, this attribute is …

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On-screen input boxes in Modeling siemens NX

On-screen input boxes are entry and display fields that appear in the graphics area and that allow you to specify parameters without having to use dialogs. They are found throughout NX and are an efficient way to view and enter data. Many Modeling feature functions support an enhanced on-screen input …

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