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Strength Wizard NX6 and prior

Is there something similar to the Strength Wizard in NX7.5? I've looked through documentation and I don't see anything that says what it was replaced by (if anything).
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Re: Strength Wizard NX6 and prior


"mmartin"
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> Is there something similar to the Strength Wizard in NX7.5? I've looked
> through documentation and I don't see anything that says what it was
> replaced by (if anything).

I suspect that the closest product to that would be 'Design Simulation'. I
would check out the Help files and look at the "Introduction to Design
Simulation" to see if this would meet your needs. I've never used it, but
looking at the overview it would appear to do at least as much as or more
than what Strength Wizard could do.
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John R. Baker, P.E.
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Re: Strength Wizard NX6 and prior

The stress & vibration wizards are what you are after. There should be a palette for both of them & they now come standard with any Mach bundle where before strength wizard was a cost option.
Anthony Galante - Senior Support Engineer - PhoenxPLM (Australia & New Zealand Siemens Solutions Partner)
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Re: Strength Wizard NX6 and prior


"phoenx04"
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> The stress & vibration wizards are what you are after. There should be a
> palette for both of them & they now come standard with any Mach bundle
> where before strength wizard was a cost option.

You're right Tony, I forgot about them being moved to the Resource Bar. The
item I mentioned, 'Design Simulation', is actually the next step up from
there, still aimed at the design engineer, but not quite full-blown Advanced
Simulation geared toward the analyst or the really complex validation
problems.
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John R. Baker, P.E.
Product 'Evangelist'
Product Design Solutions
Siemens PLM Software Inc.
Industry Sector
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