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Course Description

Industrial Training in UG NX is a modular 6 months course. The course curriculum of Industrial Training in UG NX comprises of

      1. Overview

    • Intended Audience
    • Course Objectives
    • Prerequisites
    • How to Use This Course
    • Class Standards
    • Part File Naming
    • Seed Parts
    • Colors
    • Definitions of Terms
    • 2. Getting Started

    • Starting NX
    • Gateway Application
    • Cue/Status Line
    • Windows File Dialogs
    • Activity — Creating a New Part
    • Opening Multiple Parts
    • Activity — Opening an Existing Part
    • Activity—Save Part As (Copying a Part)
    • Activity—Closing Parts
    • Exiting NX
    • Summary
    • 3. The NX User Interface

    • Toolbars
    • Customizing Toolbars
    • Roles
    • Activity — Working with Toolbars
    • Activity — Working with Roles
    • Mouse Navigation
    • Mouse Pop-up Menu
    • Graphics Window View Manipulation
    • Selecting Objects
    • Preview Selection and Quick Pick
    • Activity — Manipulating Views
    • Summary
    • 4. Coordinate Systems

    • Overview of Coordinate Systems
    • Manipulating the WCS
    • Move WCS (Dynamics)
    • Origin Handle
    • Axis Handles
    • Rotation Handles
    • Activity — Manipulating the WCS
    • Summary
    • 5. Introduction to Solid Modeling

    • Primitives
    • Block
    • Activity — Creating a Block
    • Cylinder
    • Defining Vectors
    • Activity — Creating a Cylinder
    • Summary
    • 6. Positional Form Features

    • Creating Form Features
    • Hole
    • Boss
    • Positioning Terminology
    • Positioning Methods
    • Activity—Positioning Holes and Bosses
    • Slot
    • Pocket
    • Pad
    • Additional Positioning Methods
    • Parameter Entry Options
    • Activity — Creating Pockets and Slots
    • Groove
    • Activity — Positioning a Groove
    • Editing the Size and Location of Form Features
    • Edit Positioning
    • Error Messages
    • Editing Features with the Part Navigator
    • Activity—Editing Positional Form Features
    • Additional Positioning Techniques
    • Summary
    • 7. Expressions

    • Overview
    • Creating and Editing Expressions
    • Activity — Getting Familiar with Expressions
    • Summary
    • 8. Shell

    • Shell Feature Overview
    • Creating a Shell Feature
    • Activity — Creating a Shell Feature
    • Activity — Creating a Shell and Removing Multiple Faces
    • Activity — Creating a Shell with an Alternate Thickness
    • Summary
    • 9. Edge Operations

    • Overview
    • Edge Blend
    • Activity — Creating Edge Blends
    • Chamfer
    • Activity — Creating Chamfers
    • Summary
    • 10. Model Construction Query

    • Visually Inspect the Part
    • Layers
    • Layer Categories
    • Moving Objects Between Layers
    • Part Navigator
    • Information
    • Distance
    • Mass Properties
    • Activity — Model Construction Query
    • Summary
    • 11. Introduction to Assemblies

    • Definitions and Descriptions
    • Introduction to Load Options
    • Load Method
    • Load States
    • Load Failure
    • Activity — Setting Load Options
    • The Assembly Navigator
    • Node Display
    • Activity—Working with the Assembly Navigator
    • Selecting Components in the Assembly Navigator
    • Selecting Components in the Graphics Window
    • Designing in Context
    • Assembly Navigator Pop-Up Menu Options
    • Activity—working with the Assembly Navigator (continued)
    • Saving the Work Part
    • Summary
    • 12. Adding Components & Mating Conditions

    • General Assembly Concepts.
    • Assemblies Application
    • Assemblies Pull-down Menu
    • Assemblies Toolbar
    • Adding Components to an Assembly
    • Activity—Creating an Assembly
    • Mating Conditions
    • Mate Constraint
    • Align Constraint
    • Angle Constraint
    • Parallel Constraint
    • Perpendicular Constraint
    • Center Constraint
    • Distance Constraint
    • Tangent Constraint
    • The Mating Conditions Dialog
    • Tree Listing
    • Repositioning Components
    • Activity—Mating the Nut Cracker Components
    • Summary
    • 13. Datum Features

    • Datum Feature Overview
    • Datum Planes
    • Creating Relative Datum Planes
    • Common Datum Plane Types
    • Activity—Creating Relative Datum Planes
    • Selecting and Using Datum Planes
    • Activity—Cylindrical Faces and Datum Planes
    • Activity — Creating a Feature on a Relative Datum Plane
    • Activity—Creating a Hole Corner to Corner
    • Datum Axis
    • Datum Axis Types
    • Editing Datum Axes
    • Activity—Constraining Locations using Datums
    • Datum CSYS
    • Summary
    • 14. Sketching

    • Sketching Overview
    • Sketches and the Part Navigator
    • Sketch Visibility
    • Creating a New Sketch
    • The Active Sketch
    • Sketch Creation Steps
    • Activity — Sketch Creation
    • Sketch Curves
    • Activity — Using the Sketch Profile Tool
    • Creating Fillets
    • Trimming and Extending Curves
    • Activity — Creating Fillets
    • Activity—Using Quick Trimand Quick Extend
    • Sketch Points
    • Dimensional Constraints
    • Activity—Adding Dimensional Constraints
    • Editing Dimensions
    • Activity — Editing Sketch Dimensions
    • Geometric Constraints
    • Show/Remove Constraints
    • Constraint Conditions
    • Activity — Adding Constraints
    • Activity — Constraining a Profile
    • Activity — Sketching and Constraining a Gasket
    • Convert To/From Reference
    • Activity—Constraint Conditions
    • 15. Swept Features and Boolean Operations

    • Types of Swept Features
    • Extrude
    • Activity — Starting the Draglink
    • Boolean Operations
    • Start and End Limit Options
    • Extrude with Offset
    • Extrude with Draft
    • Activity—Extruding with Offsets
    • Selection Intent
    • Activity — Extruding Using Selection Intent
    • Sweep Along Guide
    • Activity—Sweeping Along an Open Guide String
    • Activity — Sweeping Along a Closed Guide String
    • Revolve
    • Activity—Creating Revolved Features
    • Activity — Adding a Revolved Feature to the Draglink
    • Activity — Extruding to a Face
    • Summary
    • 16. Editing the Model

    • Accessing the Options to Edit Features
    • Part Navigator
    • Deleting Features
    • Update Failures
    • Activity — Edit and Delete Features
    • Activity — Using the Update Tool
    • Activity—Reordering Features with the Part Navigator
    • Delaying Model Updates
    • Move Feature
    • Reattaching a Feature
    • Activity—Re-attaching and Moving Features
    • Summary
    • 17. Instance Arrays

    • Instance Feature
    • Rectangular Instance Array
    • Circular Instance Array
    • Activity — Rectangular Instance Array
    • Activity — Circular Instance Array
    • Activity (Optional) — Associativity of the Rotation Axis
    • Summary
    • 18. The Master Model

    • The Assembly Modeler
    • Master Model Example
    • Activity—Exploring a Master Model Assembly
    • Activity — Creating a Non-Master Part
    • Summary
    • 19. Introduction to Drafting

    • Working with Drawings
    • Creating New Drawing Sheets
    • Opening a Drawing
    • Editing a Drawing
    • Deleting a Drawing
    • Activity — Creating New Drawing Sheets
    • Activity—Opening and Editing Drawing Sheets
    • Drawing Monochrome Display
    • View Preferences
    • Hidden Lines
    • Smooth Edges
    • Virtual Intersections
    • Adding a Base View
    • View Creation Options Bar
    • Adding Projected Views
    • Editing Existing Views
    • Removing Views From a Drawing
    • Activity—Adding Views to a Drawing
    • Utility Symbols
    • Creating a Linear Centerline
    • Activity—Creating a Linear Centerline
    • Manually Creating a Cylindrical Centerline
    • Activity—Creating a Cylindrical Centerline
    • Dimensions
    • Annotation Preferences
    • Dimension Preferences and Placement
    • Appended Text
    • Tolerances
    • Text Orientation and Text Arrow Placement
    • Editing an Existing Dimension
    • Activity — Creating Dimensions
    • Text Creation
    • Creating Notes
    • Activity — Creating Notes and Labels
    • The Annotation Editor
    • Editing Notes
    • Activity — Creating More Notes
    • Master Model Drawing Guidelines
    • Summary
    • 20. Expression Operators

    • Overview
    • Operators
    • Precedence and Associativity
    • Legacy Unit Conversion
    • Built-in Functions
    • 21. Point Constructor Options

    • Overview
    • Methods to Specify a Point
    • WCS and Absolute Coordinates
    • Offset