Introduction to NX for Experienced Users

Course Code
NX 10.0
User Level
Beginner to Intermediate
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Live In-Person Duration
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The Introduction to NX for Experienced Users course provides an introduction to NX for those students who will be using NX on a daily basis. Upon completion of this course, accomplished 3D Parametric CAD users will have the capability to create and modify parts, assemblies, and products in NX, leveraging their years of parametric modeling experience. The pace and topics of this course have been carefully planned specifically for the experienced 3D Parametric CAD user.

At the completion of this course the student will productively develop solid models, detail drawings, and product assemblies. This course introduces assembly modeling in the context of a real-life scenario that includes parts modeled by the student as well as part models that have already been created. As with each course developed and taught by Siemens PLM Software professionals, this course capitalizes on Siemens PLM Software's intimate knowledge of the software's development and instructs the students based on the underlying principles incorporated within the NX software.

UPDATE: If you are considering this course, please also consider the NX CAD FastStart for Experienced 3D CAD Users course as an alternative. The NX CAD FastStart for Experienced 3D CAD Users course was designed by our US training experts and exceeds the course objectives of the Introduction to NX for Experienced Users course above. Similar in content, but designed as a process-based deliverable with richer hands-on activities which will help users quickly become efficient in the use of NX.


Designers, engineers and CAD/CAM managers.


Working knowledge of parametric modeling

  • Student Guide
  • Activity Material
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  • Working with existing parts
  • NX user interface
  • Sketching
  • Datum features
  • Swept features
  • Trim Body
  • Hole features
  • Expressions
  • Coordinate systems
  • Part Navigator
  • Associative copies
  • Face and edge operations
  • Basic freeform
  • Creating and modifying assemblies
  • Assembly Constraints
  • Assembly Arrangements
  • Reference Sets
  • Interpart geometry and references
  • Component arrays
  • Reuse Library
  • Revise and replace components
  • Drafting