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12400 Rs

20 Days

Introduction of Siemens NX CAM

NX CAM helps automate NC programming and reduce cycle times with application-specific, highly effective tools. The NX CAM course will teach you how to use single CAM software from 2.5-axis machining and molding production to systemic 5-axis milling and massive production, allowing you to produce better parts more quickly. After completing this course, you will be able to use NX CAD/CAM and Post Builder to model and device any component and use NX CAM with any CNC machine.

Scope of Course Siemens NX CAM

This programme is designed for people unfamiliar with NX and employees of any company who understood NX a long time ago and need a quick refresher on the tools and operations they can immediately apply to their projects. After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Generate G code for operations such as Multi-Axis Milling, Planar, Contour, Hole Making, Turning, and Wire EDM.

  • Understand the CAM concept and the most frequently used operations of Siemens NX by operating individually on any version of any part.

  • Generate workpieces for any complicated part using the NX CAM operations illustrated in Examples and Exercises.

  • They create toolpaths and CNC programming for them.

Career Prospects / Job Roles after Siemens NX CAM

NX CAM is the most widely used manufacturing software across all industries, from aviation to energy. Anyone with an understanding of NX CAM can quickly find employment because:

  • Machine Operator / Machinist

  • CAD Engineers and Designers

  • NX Users

  • Mechanical Engineers

  • Technicians

  • Drafters

  • Injection Mold

  • Instrumentation

  • Tool Room

  • and Manufacturing Engineers

Syllabus for Siemens NX CAM Courses in Hyderabad

Session - 1


Introduction to manufacturing

About manufacturing types

About machining types

Milling operations overview

Introduction to CAM

Benefits of CAM

Introduction to NX CAM

Benefits of NX CAM

Milling overview

About Conventional milling and Climb milling

Milling machines overview

Milling cutters overview

Manufacturing in NX

Understanding CAM terminologies

Understanding CAM set up

About CAM configuration

About NC assistant

About Milling processors and operation sub types

Session - 2


Operation Navigator:

Operation Navigator overview, Operation status symbols

Editing Operations, Transform Operations

Geometry Groups:

Geometry Groups overview, MCS overview

In Process Work piece, Assigning material to part

Tool Groups:

About milling tool types, About tool holder

Retrieving Tools from Tool Library

Program and Method Groups:

About Program groups, About Method group creation

Defining Feed rates

Visualize and Analyze:

Understanding Tool Path Visualization, Understanding Visualization Replay

Understanding Dynamic Visualization, Understanding IPW thickness by color

About Gouge Checking, About Generating Tool Paths

Parallel Generate overview, Verify Tool Path overview

About Installation of Postprocessor, Generating program using Post process

Generating Shop Documentation

Session - 3


Facing Milling Operation:

Introduction to Face Milling operation, Specifying Check bodies

Specifying face boundaries, Defining Path Settings, Defining Stopover

Defining Cut Patterns

Creating Face Milling Area Operation, Defining Cut Walls

Defining Mixed and Manual Cut, Patterns

Post process a program, Generating Shop Documentation

Planar Milling Operation:

Introduction to Planar milling operation

Specifying part geometries, Stock overview

Defining Non cutting moves, Defining Transfer/Rapid

Session - 4


Planar Profile Operation

Creating Planar Profile Operation

Planar Milling Operation

Planar Operation using Standard Drive cut pattern

Planar Text Operation

Creating Planar Text Operation

Thread Milling Operation

Creating Thread Milling Operation on Hole and Boss feature

Contour Milling Operation

Creating Cavity Milling Operation

Defining Wave Geometry Linker

Defining Trochoidal cut pattern

Machining based on level based IPW

Session - 5


Rest Milling Operation

Creating Rest Milling Operation

Defining Cut levels

Z-level Milling Operation

Creating Z Level Milling Operation

Defining Containment for blank

Creating Additional Passes

Defining Step over in Path Settings

Surface Contouring Operation

Creating Contour Area Non Steep Operation

Milling Operation based on Area Drive method

Creating Contour Area Operation

Defining Cut Direction

Editing Tool display

Defining Trim Boundary

Specifying Cut Angles

Specifying Directional Steep

Session - 6


Creating Fixed Contour Operation

Defining Radial Drive method

Editing Band Parameter

Engraving Text on Contour Surface

Creating Contour Text Operation

Session - 7


Creating Variable Contour Operation

Defining Normal to Drive method

Creating Variable Contour Operation using Normal to Part Tool Axis method

Defining Projection Vector and Tool Axis

Defining Lead Angle

Creating Variable Contour Operation using Interpolated Tool Axis vectors

Interpolating Tool Axis

Session - 8


About Turbo machinery Milling Operation

Creating Multi Blade Roughing Operation

Specifying Hub geometry

Specifying Shroud geometry

Specifying Blade geometry

Specifying Blend geometry

Defining Drive Methods

Defining Cut Levels

Creating Multi Blade Hub Finish Operation

Creating Multi Blade Finish Operation

Session - 9


About Drilling machines

About Drilling tools

About Drilling tool material

Various Drilling operations

Operation sub types in Drilling Operation

Defining Drill geometry

Creating Spot Drilling Operation

Creating Drilling Operation

Creating Counter Boring Operation

Creating Reaming Operation

Creating Peck Drilling Operation

Creating Boring Operation

Creating Counter Sinking Operation

Session - 10


About Lathe machines

Various tools available for Turning Operation

Operation subtypes in Turning Operation

About Part geometry

About Blank geometry

About Avoidance

About Cut Region Containment

Defining Turning Work piece

Defining Trim Planes

Create Roughing and Facing Operation

Create Grooving and Boring operation

IPW definition in 2D and 3D

Create Spot and Peck Drilling Operation

Turning Operation using multiple spindles

Creating Teach Mode Operation

Creating Thread cutting in Turning Operation

FAQs on Siemens NX CAM


What is NX CAM?

NX CAM is a computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software solution from Siemens that enables users to quickly and accurately program complex parts. It offers a range of powerful CAD modeling and machining capabilities, and is designed to help users get their parts to market faster.

What are the benefits of using NX CAM?

NX CAM provides users with a range of powerful CAD modeling and machining capabilities, including 3D CAD modeling, NC programming, multi-axis machining, and more. It is designed to help users get their parts to market faster, and is easy to learn and use.

Does NX CAM offer 3D CAD modeling capabilities?

Yes, NX CAM offers powerful 3D CAD modeling capabilities, including solid modeling, surface modeling, and freeform modeling. It also offers NC programming and multi-axis machining capabilities.

What type of parts can be programmed with NX CAM?

NX CAM can be used to program a variety of parts, including complex shapes, molds, castings, and more. It is designed to be easy to learn and use, so even users with limited experience can quickly and effectively program parts. NX CAM also supports a wide range of materials and technologies, including milling, turning, grinding, and EDM (electrical discharge machining).

What are the benefits of NX CAM?

NX CAM offers a number of benefits to users, including improved productivity, reliable and accurate results, and improved product quality. It also provides a wide range of options for users to customize the programming process to their specific needs, such as customizing tool paths, setting feed rates, and adjusting cutting parameters.

Does NX CAM support 3D machining?

Yes, NX CAM supports 3D machining, including 3+2 axis machining, 5-axis contouring, and 5-axis simultaneous machining.

What CAD software is compatible with NX CAM?

NX CAM is compatible with a number of CAD software packages, including Catia, Pro/ENGINEER, SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor, and more. It also supports popular file formats such as DWG, DXF, STEP, and IGES.

Does NX CAM support automated programming?

Yes, NX CAM has a variety of tools for automated programming, such as NC Code generation, intelligent tool selection, collision detection, and automated toolpath optimization.

What type of manufacturing processes can be programmed in NX CAM?

NX CAM supports a variety of manufacturing processes such as milling, turning, drilling, tapping, boring, reaming, and many others. It also provides advanced feature-based machining, high-speed machining, and multi-axis machining capabilities.

Does NX CAM support simulation and verification?

Yes, NX CAM includes integrated simulation and verification capabilities, which allow users to test and validate the accuracy and reliability of their NC programs. Additionally, NX CAM also offers advanced simulation features such as collision detection, cut-time analysis, and toolpath optimization.

Your Instructor

Bhargava Krishna Marripati

Meet our experienced Mechanical CAD instructor, with over 8 years of industry experience in the field of Mechanical Design Engineering. With a background in both theoretical and practical applications of CAD software, our instructor is well-versed in all aspects of mechanical design, including 3D modeling, assembly, and analysis. Throughout their career, they have honed their skills in various CAD programs, including Solidworks, AutoCAD, Catia, and NX, just to name a few.

If you're looking for an experienced instructor to help you achieve your goals in the field of Mechanical CAD, look no further. Our instructor is committed to providing you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in the competitive world of Mechanical Design Engineering.

Bhargava Krishna Marripati

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