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Create a 2D schematic diagram defining the logical connections between devices, then build a 3D model of the system assembly driven by the schematic. Path creation tools assist you in defining paths and constraining the mechanical system to adjacent components. Quickly define runs and spool subsections to reference in the 2D schematic, manufacturing drawings and other documentation.
NX includes a part library that automatically uses intelligent algorithms to select components based on run characteristics and ensures proper attachment to the assembly. Use template assemblies to place auxiliary components such as valves, flanges and gaskets in a single step.
Access design rule checking (DRC) to ensure that your routed systems designs adhere to standard design practices. The expandable rule set includes checks for minimum bend radius, minimum length, connection compatibility, flow direction and other characteristics. The rules checks can be run concurrently or on demand, and NX warns you immediately when rule violations are detected. The rules-driven path planning and routing capabilities improve quality and eliminate errors.
Prepare all the documentation you need for manufacturing with the help of the fluid and mechanical systems routing capabilities of NX. The software automates the process of calculating cut lengths, numbering parts and stock, creating bills of materials and bend reports, and producing manufacturing drawings.
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Azienda:Zipline International Inc.
Settore industriale:Aerospaziale e difesa
Sede:Half Moon Bay, California, United States