NX
Drafting Essentials
With Teamcenter Integration

Course Code
TR10100-TC
Software
NX 12.0
Language
English
User Level
Intermediate
List Price
$1,650.00 (USD)
Price may not include taxes applicable to your billing region
Training Center Duration
3 Days
LIVE Online Duration
5 hours each day for 5 Days

This course is taught in the Teamcenter Integration environment.

Learn how to use the NX Drafting application to create standards-compliant detailed engineering drawings that are fully associated to your 3D model.

You will configure all drafting preferences using a preset standards file, create multi-sheet drawings with base and derived views, place associated dimensions and annotations on the drawing, and customize the drawing with view-dependent geometry and style changes.

You will also explore techniques for working with assemblies and Product and Manufacturing Information (PMI).

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • The Drafting Essentials course is intended for design engineers, drafters, and CAD/CAM managers who need to manage and create drawings in NX.
PREREQUISITES

Required courses:

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  • Successful completion of the NX Basics Advisor in Learning Advantage (score >70%). Learning Advantage courses can also be used to prepare for the prerequisite assessment.

Other requirements:

  • Fundamental knowledge of modeling concepts, including the use of expressions, PMI, and part attributes.
  • Advanced knowledge of assembly concepts, including the master model concept, assembly load options, exploded views, and arrangements.
  • General drafting skills. Students do not need to be exposed to the Drafting environment prior to taking the Drafting Essentials course, since this course includes a comprehensive look at the NX drafting environment.

Other recommendations:

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PROVIDED COURSE MATERIALS
  • Student Guide
  • Activity Material
ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

For LIVE! classes, customers are required to have NX 12 installed.

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PRIMARY COURSE TOPICS

  • Create and maintain drawing sheets and views.
  • Create and manage derived views, such as section and detail views, and their view boundaries.
  • Create view dependent geometry.
  • Create and edit symbols, dimensions and annotations.
  • Apply unique display methods to views in assembly drawings.
  • Generate an assembly parts list.