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NX7.5 – Assemblies

 

 Tags: Assembly, top-down, constraints, concentric, touch align, distance, perpendicular, sub-assembly

We shall, for this and the next lesson, go more in depth of assemblies. There is mainly two ways to handle an assembly, top-down and bottom-up. In this lesson, we will focus on top-down. There will also be an introduction to several assembly constraints: concentric, touch alighn, distance and perpendicular. There will also be an introduction to what a sub assembly is. 

You may try model the piston rod depicted above by clicking on the attached lesson drawing in the tab above (scroll if you are on tablet/phone). If you just want to assemble the model, download the parts below.

After this lesson you can do the exercise below.


Downloads

 Piston Rod.zip

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Exercise 10

Model and assemble the figure below using the top-down method.

Suggested Solution for exercise 10

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