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NX 1953 Series Synchronous Modeling
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When CAD geometry is imported into NX from other systems, it typically consists of non- parametric bodies. There are various more...philosophies regarding how subsequent modifications are to be made. The geometry can be 'converted' to parametric data by recreating the part features, using the imported body as a reference, but this is very time- consuming and is not much different than designing from scratch. An alternative method is to use Synchronous Modeling tools, The commands in this application allow organized design modifications to be made to non- parametric bodies (or even to parametric data, if necessary). Faces can be moved, deleted, offset, re-blended, etc., and adjacent body faces react to those changes. If History Mode is active, these operations are chronologically added to the Part Navigator, and can be subsequently edited, If History-Free mode is active, the Synchronous Modeling commands still have the same functionality, but are not 'recorded' in the Navigator (and thus cannot be edited). This course covers the creation and editing of Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models, both parametric and non- parametric. The course provides a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to existing CAD data.

 10 hrs.    

At least 20 hours of NX experience or completion of our NX Basic Modeling courses.


NX 1926 Series Synchronous Modeling
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When CAD geometry is imported into NX from other systems, it typically consists of non- parametric bodies. There are various more...philosophies regarding how subsequent modifications are to be made. The geometry can be 'converted' to parametric data by recreating the part features, using the imported body as a reference, but this is very time- consuming and is not much different than designing from scratch. An alternative method is to use Synchronous Modeling tools, The commands in this application allow organized design modifications to be made to non- parametric bodies (or even to parametric data, if necessary). Faces can be moved, deleted, offset, re-blended, etc., and adjacent body faces react to those changes. If History Mode is active, these operations are chronologically added to the Part Navigator, and can be subsequently edited, If History-Free mode is active, the Synchronous Modeling commands still have the same functionality, but are not 'recorded' in the Navigator (and thus cannot be edited). This course covers the creation and editing of Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models, both parametric and non- parametric. The course provides a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to existing CAD data.

 10 hrs.    

At least 20 hours of NX experience or completion of our NX Basic Modeling courses.


NX 1899 Series Synchronous Modeling
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When CAD geometry is imported into NX from other systems, it typically consists of non- parametric bodies. There are various more...philosophies regarding how subsequent modifications are to be made. The geometry can be 'converted' to parametric data by recreating the part features, using the imported body as a reference, but this is very time- consuming and is not much different than designing from scratch. An alternative method is to use Synchronous Modeling tools, The commands in this application allow organized design modifications to be made to non- parametric bodies (or even to parametric data, if necessary). Faces can be moved, deleted, offset, re-blended, etc., and adjacent body faces react to those changes. If History Mode is active, these operations are chronologically added to the Part Navigator, and can be subsequently edited, If History-Free mode is active, the Synchronous Modeling commands still have the same functionality, but are not 'recorded' in the Navigator (and thus cannot be edited). This course covers the creation and editing of Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models, both parametric and non- parametric. The course provides a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to existing CAD data.

 10 hrs.    

At least 20 hours of NX experience or completion of our NX Basic Modeling courses.


NX 1872 Series Synchronous Modeling
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When CAD geometry is imported into NX from other systems, it typically consists of non- parametric bodies. There are various more...philosophies regarding how subsequent modifications are to be made. The geometry can be 'converted' to parametric data by recreating the part features, using the imported body as a reference, but this is very time- consuming and is not much different than designing from scratch. An alternative method is to use Synchronous Modeling tools, The commands in this application allow organized design modifications to be made to non- parametric bodies (or even to parametric data, if necessary). Faces can be moved, deleted, offset, re-blended, etc., and adjacent body faces react to those changes. If History Mode is active, these operations are chronologically added to the Part Navigator, and can be subsequently edited, If History-Free mode is active, the Synchronous Modeling commands still have the same functionality, but are not 'recorded' in the Navigator (and thus cannot be edited). This course covers the creation and editing of Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models, both parametric and non- parametric. The course provides a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to existing CAD data.

 10 hrs.    

At least 20 hours of NX experience or completion of our NX Basic Modeling courses.


NX 1847 Series Synchronous Modeling
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When CAD geometry is imported into NX from other systems, it typically consists of non- parametric bodies. There are various more...philosophies regarding how subsequent modifications are to be made. The geometry can be 'converted' to parametric data by recreating the part features, using the imported body as a reference, but this is very time- consuming and is not much different than designing from scratch. An alternative method is to use Synchronous Modeling tools, The commands in this application allow organized design modifications to be made to non- parametric bodies (or even to parametric data, if necessary). Faces can be moved, deleted, offset, re-blended, etc., and adjacent body faces react to those changes. If History Mode is active, these operations are chronologically added to the Part Navigator, and can be subsequently edited, If History-Free mode is active, the Synchronous Modeling commands still have the same functionality, but are not 'recorded' in the Navigator (and thus cannot be edited). This course covers the creation and editing of Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models, both parametric and non- parametric. The course provides a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to existing CAD data.

 10 hrs.    

At least 20 hours of NX experience or completion of our NX Basic Modeling courses.


NX 12 Synchronous Modeling
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When CAD geometry is imported into NX from other systems, it typically consists of non- parametric bodies. There are various more...philosophies regarding how subsequent modifications are to be made. The geometry can be 'converted' to parametric data by recreating the part features, using the imported body as a reference, but this is very time- consuming and is not much different than designing from scratch. An alternative method is to use Synchronous Modeling tools, The commands in this application allow organized design modifications to be made to non- parametric bodies (or even to parametric data, if necessary). Faces can be moved, deleted, offset, re-blended, etc., and adjacent body faces react to those changes. If History Mode is active, these operations are chronologically added to the Part Navigator, and can be subsequently edited, If History-Free mode is active, the Synchronous Modeling commands still have the same functionality, but are not 'recorded' in the Navigator (and thus cannot be edited). This course covers the creation and editing of Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models, both parametric and non- parametric. The course provides a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to existing CAD data.

 10 hrs.    

At least 20 hours of NX experience or completion of our NX Basic Modeling courses.


NX 11 Synchronous Modeling
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When CAD geometry is imported into NX from other systems, it typically consists of non- parametric bodies. There are various more...philosophies regarding how subsequent modifications are to be made. The geometry can be 'converted' to parametric data by recreating the part features, using the imported body as a reference, but this is very time- consuming and is not much different than designing from scratch. An alternative method is to use Synchronous Modeling tools, The commands in this application allow organized design modifications to be made to non- parametric bodies (or even to parametric data, if necessary). Faces can be moved, deleted, offset, re-blended, etc., and adjacent body faces react to those changes. If History Mode is active, these operations are chronologically added to the Part Navigator, and can be subsequently edited, If History-Free mode is active, the Synchronous Modeling commands still have the same functionality, but are not 'recorded' in the Navigator (and thus cannot be edited). This course covers the creation and editing of Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models, both parametric and non- parametric. The course provides a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to existing CAD data.

 11 hrs.    

At least 20 hours of NX experience or completion of our NX Basic Modeling courses.


NX 10 Synchronous Modeling
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When CAD geometry is imported into NX from other systems, it typically consists of non- parametric bodies. There are variou more...s philosophies regarding how subsequent modifications are to be made. The geometry can be 'converted' to parametric data by recreating the part features, using the imported body as a reference, but this is very time- consuming and is not much different than designing from scratch. An alternative method is to use Synchronous Modeling tools, The commands in this application allow organized design modifications to be made to non- parametric bodies (or even to parametric data, if necessary). Faces can be moved, deleted, offset, re-blended, etc., and adjacent body faces react to those changes. If History Mode is active, these operations are chronologically added to the Part Navigator, and can be subsequently edited, If History-Free mode is active, the Synchronous Modeling commands still have the same functionality, but are not 'recorded' in the Navigator (and thus cannot be edited). This course covers the creation and editing of Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models, both parametric and non- parametric. The course provides a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to existing CAD data.

 11 hrs.    

NX Essentials for Users.


NX 9 Synchronous Modeling
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Have you ever tried to modify CAD geometry imported from some other system? Until the advent of Synchronous Modeling, the opt more...ions available were very limited. With Synchronous Modeling you can move faces, delete faces, offset areas, re-blend faces, and make substantial modifications to an existing solid body. The Synchronous Modeling features available in NX can be used to apply parametric constraints to unparameterized models. In this course you will practice applying Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models. Once you have completed the course, you should have a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to your CAD data.

 10 hrs.    

NX Essentials for Users.


NX 8.5 Synchronous Modeling
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Have you ever tried to modify CAD geometry imported from some other system? Until the advent of Synchronous Modeling, the opt more...ions available were very limited. With Synchronous Modeling you can move faces, delete faces, offset areas, re-blend faces, and make substantial modifications to an existing solid body. The Synchronous Modeling features available in NX can be used to apply parametric constraints to unparameterized models. In this course you will practice applying Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models. Once you have completed the course, you should have a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to your CAD data.

 6 hrs.    

NX Essentials for Users.


NX 8 Synchronous Modeling
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Have you ever tried to modify CAD geometry imported from some other system? Until the advent of Synchronous Modeling, the opt more...ions available were very limited. With Synchronous Modeling you can move faces, delete faces, offset areas, re-blend faces, and make substantial modifications to an existing solid body. The Synchronous Modeling features available in NX can be used to apply parametric constraints to unparameterized models. In this course you will practice applying Synchronous Modeling features to modify existing solid models. Once you have completed the course, you should have a good understanding of how and when to apply Synchronous Modeling to your CAD data.

 6 hrs.    

NX Essentials for Users.