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How To: Use 3D Scanning and Convergent Modeling

Track: Partner Sessions

Session Number: 170190
Date: Thu, May 11th, 2017
Time: 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: 110

Description:

A look at the latest methods and technologies in utilizing 3D scanning to make changes to designs. See applied usage of scan data to develop designs in real world examples and enhance product design lifecycle. View how to utilize NX11 Convergent Modeling to use this scan data to create modifications to the top level design.

 

Session Type: Partner Session
Cross-Listed Tracks: NX Product Engineering User Connection

Related Industry: Aerospace & Defense, Automotive & Transportation, Consumer Products and Retail, Electronics and Semiconductor, Energy and Utilities, Industrial Machinery & Heavy Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine, Medical Devices & Pharmaceuticals, Other, All Industries
Learning Objectives: 1. Best practices for capturing parts using optimal 3D scanning techniques.
2. Processing and preparing 3D scan data to use in NX Convergent Modeling.
3. How to use the new NX Convergent Modeling tools to make design changes.
Applicable Software: NX for Design (CAD), NX for Manufacturing, Solid Edge
Pre-requisites: Basic understanding of NX as well as familiarity with the NX modeling and surfacing capabilities.
Session Type: Partner Session
Cross-Listed Tracks: NX Product Engineering User Connection

Related Industry: Aerospace & Defense, Automotive & Transportation, Consumer Products and Retail, Electronics and Semiconductor, Energy and Utilities, Industrial Machinery & Heavy Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine, Medical Devices & Pharmaceuticals, Other, All Industries
Learning Objectives: 1. Best practices for capturing parts using optimal 3D scanning techniques.
2. Processing and preparing 3D scan data to use in NX Convergent Modeling.
3. How to use the new NX Convergent Modeling tools to make design changes.
Applicable Software: NX for Design (CAD), NX for Manufacturing, Solid Edge
Pre-requisites: Basic understanding of NX as well as familiarity with the NX modeling and surfacing capabilities.