Location: Online 

Date: Thursday, April 29, 2021  

Time: 1pm – 2pm Eastern Time 

Presented by Longterm Technology Services

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The diemaking community has spoken, and designers now have the power to validate their CAD designs with levels of speed, convenience, and accuracy that weren’t previously possible.

Join your fellow diemakers on Thursday, April 29th at 1pm Eastern to learn of these new opportunities awaiting companies using NX for Die Design.


What’s in it for You?

This session will focus especially on the brand-new added benefits of using the Dynmik Design add-on for Siemens NX CAD. These new benefits include:


SPM Optimization

Use this amazing tool to validate your motion parameters and optimize production targets. Users can connect their existing SPM knowledge base to validate with their own templates or input machine capacities into the software’s default templates.


Collision Checking & Minimum Clearance Zones

This is a new one-of-a-kind interface that allows designers to quickly identify potential interference conditions. The results for the entire cycle are listed together for analysis, and users can specify minimum clearance values to maintain a safety zone around components. They can also export current motion simulation steps for further analysis.


0.1 Motion Simulation Increments

Users can now use 10x more precise motion steps when simulating (in NX 1926 and above versions) to verify even more complex and precise motions.


Tracking Curve

This feature offers a quicker way to verify a component’s clearance areas by visualizing its motion curves around other components.


Copy Component

This feature allows you to duplicate existing defined components with all motion parameters and  to define different geometries. This helps divide components with a large number of geometries into smaller segments for receiving more manageable collision-checking results downstream.


We look forward to seeing you on April 29th!

Questions? Reach out to us today for a no-hassle chat.

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