Enhance automotive design with NX CAD on the cloud

Join Siemens, Microsoft, and AMD in this Automotive News webinar on February 9, 2023 at 2:00PM EST How to manage…

NX Sketch header image

Sketch | NX Tips and Tricks

Since the December 2022 release, we have looked through the newest capabilities that have been brought to you in the…

Draw Shape | NX Tips and Tricks

Introduction to Draw Shape  To continue in our series dedicated to sharing Tips and Tricks from the Siemens’ NX™ software…

G2 Awards December 2022

Great NX performance as it receives strong marks in G2 peer reviews for winter 2022/2023

In October of 2022 we were excited to share our G2 peer review results for the Fall of 2022 with…

Feature Templates | NX Tips and Tricks

Introduction As we continue to explore the latest capabilities from the Siemens’ NX™ software December 2022 release, we’re excited to…

A title slide with patterned image - Algorithmic Modelling

Algorithmic Modelling | NX Tips and Tricks

An introduction to Algorithmic Modelling Gone are the days of simplistic modelling in the world of CAD. When you combine…

What’s new in NX | Core Modeling

Welcome to another blog focusing on the latest enhancements within NX™ software. In this post today we are going to…

NX December 2022 Now Available text

NX December 2022 Release | Now Available

An introduction Welcome to the December 2022 release of NX. Our continuous release puts you, the user, at the center…

On the left side, there is a silver assembled model of a twin steam engine in NX, captioned "Reverse Engineered Model." On the right side, there is a red and yellow twin steam engine sitting on top of bricks labeled "Original Model."

University of Cincinnati senior mechanical design projects with NX CAD

University of Cincinnati seniors revisit reverse engineering in NX CAD to prepare for designing a new product.