NX CAD Essential Training (Online)


The NX Essentials class is a great starting point for designers, engineers, and programmers with no NX training or experience. This course you will learn how to efficiently create, edit, assemble, and detail feature-based solid designs using parametric modeling practices and associative assembly and drafting techniques. New User Express teaches how to effectively use the basic tools necessary to create feature-based solid designs. With the aid of pre-established part files from a variety of industries, you quickly gain the confidence to further explore many options within the NX menus to achieve your required design intent. Once you are comfortable creating and editing solid models, you learn the basics of assemblies.

Training Duration
4 days

- Mechanical Design Experience
- Windows Experience

- Open and examine NX models
- Create and edit parametric solid models
- Create and modify basic assembly structures
- Create and modify simple drawings

- Opening and working with parts
- Getting to know the NX interface
- Part Structure
- Creating Datum Geometry to support design intent
- Creating parts with sketches
- Sweeping geometry to create part features
- Creating/ editing holes and features with predefined shapes
- Blending and chamfering, Draft, Trim Body, Shell and Pattern features
- Basic Synchronous modeling
- Loading and working with Assemblies
- Adding and positioning Components in assembly
- Define assembly constraining
- Introduction to drafting
- Creating Simple drawings
- Section views
- Details views
- Dimensions and Annotations
- Centerline symbols
- Broken views
- Practice projects

Who Should Attend
CAD Engineers

Please do look out for other training courses or you may drop us an email [email protected] or contact us [Singapore office] +65-66357748 or [Malaysia office] +603-78802166

*The fees applicable for your chosen course of study.


  • 12th July 2021, 09:30 am - 15th July 2021, 05:30 pm
  • 19th October 2021, 09:30 am - 22nd October 2021, 05:30 pm
  • 16th November 2021, 09:30 am - 19th November 2021, 05:30 pm
  • 6th December 2021, 09:30 am - 9th December 2021, 05:30 pm
  • 21st December 2021, 09:30 am - 24th December 2021, 05:30 pm