It's Friday night, you want to go home and you just got a change request. But the person who made this parametrized model is long gone, sipping a fruity cocktail on some sunny beach. What's going to save you? Synchronous modeling.

Join our webinar and discover how to prepare for this exact scenario. Discover how to deal with dumb data and take advantage of Synchronous Technology. All attendees will receive a free copy of our synchronous tips & tricks section from our valuable NX CAD training book.

Both 2D and 3D non-native geometry, such as DXF, DWG, STEP, and IGES, as well as 3D model information from other CAD systems like Solidworks and Inventor, can be imported into NX and manipulated with Synchronous Technology. For an additional fee CATIA and Creo models can be accessed as well.

Please join us for this webinar on:
Weds. Nov 14, 2018
11AM - 12PM Pacific

Register for Synchronous Modeling Workflows and Why You Want to Use Them

Changing the orientation of your extrusion is as simple as reattaching your sketch to a new plane. The default extrusion vector is set to “Face/Plane Normal” and will extrude normal to the plane that the sketch is created on. If an explicit extrude direction was used, evaluate or create a new vector for a different extrusion direction.