ENP Newswire -
Release date- 14102013 -
New tools like synchronous technology for 2D greatly facilitate 2D data editing. The introduction of fourth generation design (4GD) technology will enhance design productivity for massive assemblies. And NX Realize Shape software delivers a new state-of-the-art freeform design toolset with unmatched product development integration.
NX 9 also includes tighter PLM integration through
'NX 9 represents a very significant step forward for
While 3D modeling is the preferred method of product design throughout the world, 2D drawings and 2D product data - in a wide variety of digital formats - are still used in virtually every industry in some aspects of product development. Unfortunately, due to incompatible data structures and inconsistent CAD technology, working with these 2D files is typically tedious and time consuming.
Synchronous technology for 2D eliminates these problems by adding intelligence to 2D data without the need for translation, enabling users to intuitively edit multi-CAD 2D files up to five times faster. This can be particularly useful for industries such as automotive, aerospace, machinery and others with large amounts of legacy 2D product data.
The new NX Realize Shape offering in NX 9 provides a unique freeform design environment for producing products with highly stylized shapes or complex surfaces. It is the industry's only solution that seamlessly integrates the most advanced, easy-to-use, flexible tools for performing freeform design, with a leading CAD/CAM/CAE software package. As a result, companies producing a wide variety of consumer products - as well as those in the aerospace, medical and marine industries - can shorten product development time by eliminating the multiple steps associated with using separate tools for freeform design and engineering development.
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