Top 12 Features in NX 12
Top 12 Features in NX 12
Whether you have been using NX since it was called Unigraphics or you are new to using this CAD solution, if you’re the type of person who gets excited over faster assembly load times or new ways to annotate your models, this post is for you! We’ve rounded up a list of the top features in NX 12 to get you excited for our best release ever!
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  • Altair Invests in Composite Structural Analysis with ESAComp

    Engineers can now simulate composites with the Altair HyperWorks tool suite. Altair’s recent acquisition of Componeering Inc., now Altair Engineering Finland Oy, brings Componeering ESAComp composite simulation software into the HyperWorks environment to enhance capability and simplify the process of moving design data among the applications in the tool suite.          

  • Design and Optimization of Lattice Structures for 3D Printing using Altair OptiStruct.

    How would you like your burger done? Medium rare, well done, or 3D printed? Seems farfetched? Well, not so much, if the recent 3D printing trends are anything to go by. All said and done, while I am a fan of this new, potentially revolutionizing technology, I think I will stick to having my burger made the good old-fashioned way.

  • Siemens Advances Generative Design Technology

    Siemens PLM Software expands topology optimization in its NX 12 release. Siemens topology optimization relies on the Parasolid geometric kernel’s ability to support planar mesh geometry seamlessly together with precise geometry to enable a generative design workflow.

  • Expanded additive manufacturing tools in NX 12 for manufacturing

    In this video you'll hear about the new additive manufacturing tools in NX 12 for manufacturing. Included support for 3D printer

  • Autodesk Inventor’s AnyCAD Technology explained…

    I’ve been doing this for a while now… I promise I won’t subject you to any of those “back in my day” discourses, however, suffice it to say that my professional career began in the years BC. Not THAT BC, I’m not THAT old… rather BC as in Before CAD. Comprehensive system design required a lot more work then, as everything that was purchased or outsourced and used in a design had to be accurately drawn and represented in the assembly documents we were working on. That meant tracking down product catalogs, finding the specific component required, and then spending the time to recreate it, at scale, in our assembly documents. This was a frequent sight in the engineering department: