Siemens NX Unigraphics UG Fundamental 3D Modelling Course

Learn Unigraphics From Scratch including part design, drawing,assembly, surface modeling
Siemens NX Unigraphics UG Fundamental 3D Modelling Course
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Siemens NX Unigraphics UG Fundamental 3D Modelling Course

What you’ll learn

knowning the complete details of 2-D sketch modeling tools such as lines,circles, rectangle etc.
learn how to create and design 3-D models and shapes using various commands like extrude,sweep,swept,revolve and many more
learn to create complex shapes using surface modeling feature .
create assembly , drawings and projections of parts and components.
sheetmetal modeling
learn about parametric based approach to design your models.
Confidently list your NX skills in your resume
synchronous modeling

Siemens NX Unigraphics UG Fundamental 3D Modelling Course


You need basic knowledge of computer operating only
siemens nx software version 9.0 or higher


Hello friends welcome to our course on unigraphics software . Unigraphics NX (also known as Siemens nx) is an advanced High-end CAD/CAM/CAE software package originally developed by UGS Corporation, But since 2007 it is owned by Siemens PLM Software. It is used, among other tasks, for Design ,Engineering analysis ,Manufacturing finished design by using included machining modules.this course designed in such a way that you will learn about all important tools and commands of the software.This is a streamlined course to take you from knowing nothing about NX to give you all the knowledge and skills needed to become a certified siemens NX designer. This course should enable you to, with confidence, use NX to design your next innovation. After this course, you can proudly list your NX skills in your resume.About this courseThe main Content of this course is as following2D SketchesSketch Editing ToolsSKetch Practice3D design basics3D advance tools3D feature based toolsmodels for practicesurface modeling basicsAdvance Surface Modelingsynchronous modelingDrafting and DrawingAssemblySheet metalFeatures of the coursefull and lifetime access to over 90 video lectures.over 12 hours course content.Language – EnglishSoftware version – NX 12This course is designed to give complete & depth knowledge of every tool used to make designed model or drawings with exercises.we have provided more than 20 practice models with videos to have a better understanding of commands and tools.You will get all files used to create this course which is helpful to do practice. if you have any question regarding this course, feel free to contact us. We will love to help you.Why take this coursethis course starts with the basics and slowly takes you into the depth of designing and modelling.almost all important tools and commands are discussed that are used in industry.this course will help you to create your own designs and innovations.for any query and trouble, we are always available for you.What you will learn in this courselearn how to create 2D sketches using commands such as lines, circles, arcs, rectangles etc.learn how to apply manual and automatic constraints to sketches.learn how to edit, move, copy, sketches.create 3D models and shapes using commands such as extrude, revolve, sweep, blend,sweep blend, draft,fillet,chamfer,cutout etc.learn how to create drawings, projections and drafting of the models.learn how to assemble and apply constraints to different parts and components. learn about sheetmetal modeling.


Section 1: Introduction of Unigraphics

Lecture 1 User Interface of Unigraphics

Lecture 2 Use of Mouse Buttons

Section 2: Download Resource Files

Lecture 3 download Project files of Unigraphics

Section 3: 2D Sketches

Lecture 4 Draw Lines

Lecture 5 Draw Rectangle

Lecture 6 Circle and Arcs

Lecture 7 Polygon & Ellipse

Lecture 8 Fillet and chamfer

Section 4: Sketch Edit Tools

Lecture 9 Insert Text

Lecture 10 Trim and Extend

Lecture 11 Curves Edit Features

Lecture 12 Geometric Constraints

Lecture 13 adding dimensions

Lecture 14 Adding tolerance in dimensions

Lecture 15 Curves Pattern

Section 5: Sketch Practice

Lecture 16 Sketch Practice 01

Lecture 17 sketch practice 02

Section 6: 3D Modeling – Basic Level

Lecture 18 Extrude 1

Lecture 19 Extrude 2

Lecture 20 Extrude 3

Lecture 21 Extrude 4

Lecture 22 Extrude 5

Lecture 23 Revolve Feature

Lecture 24 Practice Model 1

Lecture 25 Practice Model 2

Lecture 26 Practice Model 4

Lecture 27 Practice Model 5

Section 7: Datum Features

Lecture 28 Datum Planes

Lecture 29 Datum Points

Lecture 30 Datum co-ordinate system

Lecture 31 Datum Axis

Lecture 32 Part Navigator

Section 8: 3D modeling – Sketch Based Features

Lecture 33 Sweep Features

Lecture 34 Swept Tool

Lecture 35 Linear Pattern

Lecture 36 Circular Pattern

Lecture 37 Reference Pattern

Lecture 38 Ribs Feature

Lecture 39 Design Features

Lecture 40 Helix and Thread

Section 9: 3D Modeling (Editing Tools)

Lecture 41 Edge Blend

Lecture 42 Chamfer 3D

Lecture 43 Hole

Lecture 44 Draft Tool

Lecture 45 Move and copy in 3D Object

Lecture 46 Mirror Entities

Lecture 47 Shell

Lecture 48 Insert Grooves

Lecture 49 Assign Color and Material

Section 10: Models for Practice

Lecture 50 Practice Model 3

Lecture 51 Practice Model 6

Lecture 52 Practice Model 7

Lecture 53 Practice Model 8

Section 11: Surfacing – Basic

Lecture 54 Suraface – introduction

Lecture 55 G1 & G2 Continuity

Lecture 56 Surface through Curves

Lecture 57 Mesh Surface

Lecture 58 N Added Surface

Lecture 59 Studio Surface

Lecture 60 Styled Blend

Lecture 61 Bounded Surface

Lecture 62 Transition Surface

Lecture 63 Combine Surfaces

Section 12: Surfacing – Advance

Lecture 64 Emboss

Lecture 65 Project Curves and Surfaces

Lecture 66 Offset Surface

Lecture 67 Convert Surfaces to Solid Features

Lecture 68 Trim and Extend

Lecture 69 Silhoute Flange

Lecture 70 Law Extensions

Lecture 71 Surface Model Part 1

Lecture 72 Surface Model Part 2

Section 13: Practice Models

Lecture 73 Practice model 1

Lecture 74 Practice 2

Lecture 75 Practice 3

Lecture 76 Practice 4

Lecture 77 Practice 5

Lecture 78 Practice 6

Lecture 79 Practice 7

Lecture 80 Practice 8

Lecture 81 Practice 9

Lecture 82 Practice 10

Lecture 83 Practice 12

Lecture 84 Practice 13

Lecture 85 Practice 14

Lecture 86 Practice 15

Lecture 87 Practice 16

Lecture 88 Practice 17

Lecture 89 Practice 18

Lecture 90 Practice 19

Section 14: NX Synchronous Modeling

Lecture 91 Introduction To Synchronous Modeling

Lecture 92 Move Face

Lecture 93 Pull Face

Lecture 94 Offset Region

Lecture 95 Resize Blend

Lecture 96 Delete Face

Section 15: Assembly

Lecture 97 Introduction to Assembley

Lecture 98 Touch and Align Constraints

Lecture 99 distance Constraints

Lecture 100 Angle Constraints

Lecture 101 Parallel Constraints

Lecture 102 Concentric Constraints

Lecture 103 Distance and Center

Lecture 104 Fit constraint

Lecture 105 Pattern Assembly

Lecture 106 Piston Head Assembly

Section 16: Drafting and Drawing

Lecture 107 Intro to Drafting

Lecture 108 Angle Projections

Lecture 109 View Guide

Lecture 110 View Wizard

Lecture 111 Projection Views

Lecture 112 Settings in Drafting mode

Lecture 113 Sectional Views

Lecture 114 Sectioning

Lecture 115 Detailed View

Lecture 116 Break View

Lecture 117 Dimensions

Lecture 118 Adding Notes and Symbols

Lecture 119 Bill of Material

Section 17: Sheetmetal Modelling

Lecture 120 Introduction to Sheetmetal

Lecture 121 Insert Flanges 1

Lecture 122 Insert Flanges 2

Lecture 123 Bend and Jog

Lecture 124 Corners

Lecture 125 Cutout Unbend and Rebend

anyone who wants to learn any computer aided designing.,individual who wants to learn the NX/unigraphics software.,mechanical engineers,aerospace engineers,working professionals who wants to enhance their skills on CAD softwares.,Individuals wanting to get a better job via NX design skills,Individuals wanting to list Unigraphics skills in their resume

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