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User Efficiency the Dana Way

Track: NX Product Engineering User Connection

Session Number: 170106
Date: Thu, May 11th, 2017
Time: 2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Room: 141

Description:

User Defined Features: The creation and use of commonly used features within CAD models. One example could be a Forged Center. This would take a designer approximately 15 minutes to create manually. Using UDFs, this could be inserted in a Forged Part within seconds.

Excel Driven Parts: Creating Templates using Excel is very useful in regards to efficiency and maintaining standards within the CAD model. Example that would be used is how Dana uses this technology for preliminary Gear design.

Attributed Formats: How to add attributes into company formats so that information from Teamcenter can automatically be fed. Using attributes from Teamcenter reduces the time that it takes to manually enter this information while reducing errors.

Session Type: Demonstration/Tips/Tricks

Related Industry: All Industries
Learning Objectives: Save time on repetition using User Defined Features.
Save time and have consistent models created by using Excel in NX.
Save time by allowing Teamcenter to fill out your companies drawing format automatically.
Applicable Software: CAD Integrations (NX, CATIA, Solidworks, Creo, AutoCAD, Inventor, etc), NX for Design (CAD)
Pre-requisites: Attendees can range from the beginner NX User (User of Templates/UDFs) to an Advanced NX User (Creating the Templates/UDFs).
Session Type: Demonstration/Tips/Tricks

Related Industry: All Industries
Learning Objectives: Save time on repetition using User Defined Features.
Save time and have consistent models created by using Excel in NX.
Save time by allowing Teamcenter to fill out your companies drawing format automatically.
Applicable Software: CAD Integrations (NX, CATIA, Solidworks, Creo, AutoCAD, Inventor, etc), NX for Design (CAD)
Pre-requisites: Attendees can range from the beginner NX User (User of Templates/UDFs) to an Advanced NX User (Creating the Templates/UDFs).