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CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION
1.1 PRODUCT REALIZATION PROCESS
1.4 SCOPE OF THIS TUTORIAL
CHAPTER 2 - GETTING STARTED
2.1 STARTING NX7 SESSION AND OPENING FILES
2.1.1 Open NX7 Session
2.1.2 Open a New File
2.1.3 Open a Part File
2.2 PRINTING, SAVING AND CLOSING PART FILES
2.2.1 Print a NX7 Image
2.2.2 Save Part Files
2.2.3 Close Part Files
2.2.4 Exit an NX7 Session
2.2.5 Simultaneously Saving All Parts and Exiting
2.3 NX7 INTERFACE
2.3.1 Mouse Functionality
2.3.2 NX7 Gateway
2.3.3 Geometry Selection
2.3.4 User Preferences
2.3.5 Applications
2.4 COORDINATE SYSTEMS
2.4.1 Absolute Coordinate System
2.4.2 Work Coordinate System
2.4.4 Move the WCS
2.5 USING LAYERS
2.5.1 Layer Control
2.6.1 Toolbars
2.6.2 Transform Functions
CHAPTER 3 - FORM FEATURES
3.1 OVERVIEW
3.2 TYPES OF FEATURES
3.3 PRIMITIVES
3.3.1 Model a Block
3.3.2 Model a Shaft
3.4 REFERENCE FEATUR
3.4.1 Datum Plane
3.4 REFERENCE FEATURES
3.4.2 Datum Axis
3.5 SWEPT FEATURES
3.5.1 Extruded Body
3.6 REMOVE FEATURES
3.7 EXERCISE - MODEL A WASHER
CHAPTER 4 – FEATURE OPERATIONS
4.1 OVERVIEW
4.2 TYPES OF FEATURE OPERATIONS
4.3 FEATURE OPERATIONS ON MODELS
4.3.1 Model a Hexagonal Screw
4.3.2 Model an L-Bar
4.3.3 Model a Hexagonal Nut
4.3.4 Model a Rack with Instances
4.4 EXERCISE - MODEL A CIRCULAR BASE
5.1 OVERVIEW
CHAPTER 5 – DRAFTING
5.2 DRAFTING OF MODELS
5.2.1 Drafting
5.2.2 Dimensioning
5.2.3 Sectional View
5.2.4 Drafting and Dimensioning of an Impeller hexagonal bolt
5.3 EXERCISE - DRAFTING AND DIMENSIONING OF A CIRCULAR BASE
6.1 OVERVIEW
CHAPTER 6 – SKETCHING
6.2 SKETCHING FOR CREATING MODELS
6.2.1 Model an Arbor Press Base
6.2.2 Model an Impeller Lower Casing
6.2.3 Model an Impeller
6.3 EXERCISES
CHAPTER 7 – FREEFORM FEATURE
7.1 OVERVIEW
7.1.1 Creating Freeform Features from Points
7.1.2 Creating Freeform Features from Section Strings
7.1.3 Creating Freeform Features from Faces
7.2 FREEFORM FEATURE MODELING
7.2.1 Modeling with points
7.2.2 Modeling with a point cloud
7.2.3 Modeling with curves
7.2.4 Modeling with curves and faces
7.3 EXERCISE - MODEL A MOUSE
8.1 OVERVIEW
8.2 TERMINOLOGIES
CHAPTER 8 – ASSEMBLY MODELING
8.3 ASSEMBLY MODELS
• Top-Down Approach
8.3.1 Top-Down Approach
8.3.2 Bottom-Up Approach
8.3.3 Mixing and Matching
8.4 ASSEMBLY NAVIGATOR
ASSEMBLY NAVIGATOR
8.5 MATING CONDITIONS
8.6 IMPELLER ASSEMBLY
8.7 EXPLODED VIEW OF IMPELLER ASSEMBLY
8.7 EXERCISE - ARBOR PRESS ASSEMBLY
CHAPTER 9 - FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
9.1 INTRODUCTION
9.1.1 Element shapes and nodes
9.1.2 Structure Module
9.1.3 Simulation Navigator
9.2 SOLUTION CREATION
9.2.1 Material Properties
9.2.2 Mesh
9.2.3 Boundary Conditions
9.3 RESULT AND SIMULATION
9.3.1 Solving the Scenario
9.3.2 FEA Results
9.3.3 Simulation and Animation
9.4 EXERCISE - ARBORPRESS L-BAR
CHAPTER 10 - MANUFACTURING
10.1 GETTING STARTED WITH MANUFACTURING MODULE
10.1.1 Creation of a Blank
10.1.2 Setting Machining Environment
10.1.3 Operation Navigator
10.1.4 Machine Coordinate System (MCS)
10.1.5 Geometry Definition
10.2 CREATING OPERATION AND PARAMETER SETTING
10.2.1 Creating a new Operation
10.2.3 Tool Creation and Selection
10.2.4 Tool Path Settings
10.2.4 Step Over and Scallop Height:
10.2.5 Depth per cut
10.2.6 Cutting Parameters
10.2.7 Avoidance
10.2.8 Speeds and Feeds
10.3 PROGRAM GENERATION AND VERIFICATION
10.3.1 Generating Program
10.3.2 Tool Path Display
10.3.3 Tool Path Simulation
10.3.4 Gouge Check
10.4 OPERATION METHODS
10.4.1 Roughing
10.4.2 Semi-Finishing
10.4.3 Finishing Profile
10.4.4 Finishing Contour Surface
10.4.5 Flooring
10.5 POST PROCESSING
10.5.1 Creating CLSF
10.5.2 Post-Processing
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