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12400 Rs

20 Days

Introduction of Siemens NX

Siemens NX software is a flexible and powerful integrated solution that helps you deliver better products faster and more efficiently. NX delivers the next generation of design, simulation, and manufacturing solutions that enable companies to realize the value of the digital twin.

Scope of Course Siemens NX

Siemens NX CAD is being daily used for 3D Design & Drafting. It has simple User Interface & Multiple commands. It is user friendly. Very important 3D Modeling commands. It Supports 3D Modeling, Mold wizard, Sheet Metal, 2D Drafting, Assembly, Progressive Die tools, etc. It supports multiple export formats like, .x_t, iges, step, sldprt , etc.

  • It has simple commands for 3D Modeling

  • Its User interface is very simple

  • It is user friendly & supports team PLM

Career Prospects / Job Roles after Siemens NX

Siemens NX is widely used in the industry to improve design quality through greater accuracy and reduce design errors. Students well versed in Siemens NX are placed in industries such as:

  • NX Designer

Session : 1

  • Introduction to Unigraphics NX , About NX Gateway, Getting Started

  • NX Graphical User Interface:

  • Title bar, Menu bar, Toolbar, Radial toolbar

  • Selection bar, Cue and status line

  • Resource bar, Navigators, HD3D tools

  • Integrated browser, Palettes, Roles, Full screen

  • View

  • Orientation- trimetric, isometric, View commands

  • Rotate ,Pan, Zoom in/out, Quick pick, Quick pick, categories

  • Coordinate system

  • Absolute coordinate system, WCS, Absolute coordinate, Work coordinate system.

  • View triad, Multiple graphics window, Information window

  • Keyboard accelerators, Dialog box

  • File management:

  • Creating new files and about templates, Opening files, Saving files


Session: 2 & 3


  • Creating Sketches:

  • Profile, Line, Arc, Circle, Fillet, Chamfer, Rectangle,

  • Polygon, Studio Spline, Fit spline, Ellipse, Conic.

  • Editing sketches:

  • Quick trim, Quick extend, Make corner, Offset curve,

  • Pattern curve, Mirror curve, Intersection point, Derived lines

  • Constraints:

  • Geometric constraints, Auto constraint, Inferred constraint

  • Dimensional constraints, Auto dimension, Continuous auto dimension

  • Animate dimension


Session 4 & 5



  • Basic terminologies:

  • Feature, Body, Solid body, Sheet, Face, Section curves, Guide curves

  • Feature modeling concepts

  • About Datum CSYS and Datum Planes, Changing units in NX

  • Creating Extrude features

  • Creating Revolve features

  • Revolve sketch about an axis

  • Creating Datum Features:

  • Datum Plane

  • Datum axis

  • Datum CSYS

  • Datum Point

Session 6 & 7

  • Creating Sweep Features

  • Blend Features

  • Applying Chamfer


Session 8 & 9


  • Hole:

  • General hole

  • Drill size holes

  • Screw clearance holes

  • Threaded holes

  • Boss

  • Pocket: Cylindrical, Rectangular, General

  • Pad: Rectangular, General

  • Slot: Rectangular, Ball end, U-Slot, T-Slot, Dove tail

  • Groove: Rectangular, Ball end, U-groove

  • Draft:

  • From plane

  • From edges

  • Tangent to faces

  • To parting edges

  • Draw direction

  • Variable draft points

Session 10 & 11

  • Instance feature: Rectangular array, Circular array, Pattern face

  • Mirror feature, Mirror body

  • Boolean commands


Session 12 & 13

  • Assembly Constraints

  • Angle, Bond, Center, Concentric, Distance, Fit, Parallel, Perpendicular, Touch align

  • Fix, Align/ Lock, Bond

  • Creating component arrays

  • Linear array, Circular array, Feature instance array

  • Assembly Modeling

  • Moving a component

  • Creating exploded views


Session 14 & 15

  • Introduction to drawing

  • Inserting new sheets, Editing sheets

  • Setting up standards, Knowing Graphical User Interface of drafting

  • NX drafting methods

  • Creating drafting views

  • Base view

  • Drawing view

  • Projected view

  • Orthographic view

  • Auxiliary view

  • Detail view

  • Section view

  • Simple section, Stepped section

  • Adding dimensions

  • Inferred Dimension

  • Horizontal Dimension, Vertical Dimension

  • Parallel Dimension, Perpendicular dimension, Angular dimension

  • Cylindrical Dimension, Hole dimension, Diameter Dimension

  • Chamfer Dimension, Radius or Radius of Curvature Dimension,

  • Radius to Centre


Session 16 & 17


  • Surface Modeling commands

  • Creating extrude surface

  • Creating revolved surface

  • Creating ruled surface

  • Surface using curves

  • Surface by Through curves

  • Surface by Through curve mesh

  • Creating Studio surface

  • Surface from Section Surface

  • Surface creation by N-Sided surface


Session 18 & 19               

  • Sheet metal Design

  • About NX Sheet Metal Preferences

  • Creating base feature

  • Tab

  • Creating Bend feature

  • Attaching flange, Attaching Contour flange, Creating Lofted flange

  • Inserting Hem flange

  • Apply Bend, unbend, rebend

  • Apply Jog, Creating Sheet metal from solid

  • Corner definition

FAQs on Siemens NX Course

How long is the NX training?

Designing Parts in NX 40 hours

This course is designed to give new users experience creating and editing parametric models using the essential NX processes.

What is the course duration?

The total duration of BK Engineering Certified CAD Professional – Nx CAD Course is 4 weeks. It is a part time course from Monday to Friday around 2 daily of Classroom Lecture and Lab Practice. On Saturday students can practice in the Lab.

Is Siemens NX easy to learn?

There is NO 'Difficulty'. We made sure that everything is easy to learn. We not only learn how to use Siemens NX but also learn different approaches for similar design scenarios. Tons of engaging animations to convey information.

How long does it take to learn Siemens NX?

If you are a beginner then you require around 1 month to learn the basics. Because it requires practice so with the time you will get more familiar with it. Make different diagrams every day In Siemens NX

How much Siemens pay to freshers?

Average Siemens Graduate Engineer Trainee (Get) salary in India is ₹ 5.1 Lakhs for less than 1 year of experience to 2 years. Graduate Engineer Trainee (Get) salary at Siemens India ranges between ₹ 3.8 Lakhs to ₹ 6.5 Lakhs.

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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