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Face Blend siemens NX

Use the Face Blend command to add tangent blend faces between two or three sets of faces. The cross section of the blend can be circular, conic, or law controlled. This example shows a three-face blend along a variable-width rib, and two–face blends on both sides of the rib. You …

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Rough Offset siemens NX

Use the Rough Offset command to create an offset sheet body without self-intersections, sharp edges or corners from a set of faces or sheet bodies using a large offset distance. You can generate a large rough offset from a set of faces or sheet bodies when the Offset Face and …

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Shell siemens NX

Use the Shell command to hollow out a solid body or to create a shell around it by specifying wall thicknesses. You can also assign individual thicknesses to faces or remove individual faces. Where do I find it? Application Modeling Toolbar Feature→Shell Menu Insert→Offset/Scale→Shell Shortcut menu Right-click a solid body→Shell

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Delete Edge siemens NX

Use the Delete Edge command to delete an edge or chain of edges from a sheet body. You can use it to remove a hole, or to untrim an exterior boundary. If you want to remove specific edges from a sheet body, use the Delete Edge command. If you use …

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Trim Body siemens NX

Use Trim Body to trim one or more target bodies using a face or plane. You can specify the portion of the body to retain and the portion to discard. The target bodies take the shape of the trimming geometry. You must select at least one target body. You can …

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Unsew siemens NX

Use the Unsew command to separate an existing sheet body or solid body into multiple bodies. The selected faces are unsewn along the edges of the selected face, resulting in multiple bodies. Unsew is useful in a workflow where you want to perform additional modeling tasks on a specific region …

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Subtract siemens NX

Use the Subtract command to remove the volume of one or more tool bodies from a target body. When you use the Subtract command: You can select a Group of bodies as the tool. 1 Group of bodies as tool 2 Resulting Subtract feature If you select a sheet body as a …

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Mirror Body siemens NX

Use the Mirror Body command to mirror an entire body across a datum plane. For example, you can use this command to form the other hand of a left hand or right hand part. When you mirror a body, the mirror feature is associative to the original body. You cannot …

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Deleting Features siemens NX

If a feature that you select for deletion using Edit→ Delete→ has dependents, they are listed with their parent feature. If you do not want dependents listed with their parents, turn List Dependents off. (Doing so can noticeably improve performance time if the selected features have a lot of dependents.) …

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Edit Positioning siemens NX

Use Edit Positioning to move a feature by editing its positioning dimensions. You can edit a feature’s positioning dimension value, add a positioning dimension, or delete a positioning dimension. Where do I find it? Application Modeling, Shape Studio Toolbar Edit Feature→Edit Positioning Menu Edit→Feature→Edit Positioning Graphics window, Part Navigator Right-click …

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