In NX 12 there is a Visual Report for it. But I see, you have NX 11...
Without that Visual Report it can be cumbersome and it depends a little bit what you want to do or what you did. Look into the feature which is responsible for the bend. Bend Parameter -> Neutral Factor
I have no simple way to list all the k-factors used in a model.
You can select all the features like Bends/Flanges etc. in the part navigator and then RMB information. This will list down the complete set of parameters including the K-Factor (though i admit it will be a bit cumbersome to figure out if the bends are too much). Visual reports are the best way to figure it out as already explained by @Thomas_K .
Might be DFMPRo could have some sheet metal check for it too (which again i am not sure of...sorry).
You can also post the query on our Sheet metal community forum
As explained above, we have introduced the visual reporting tools for the sheet metal parameters in NX12.
You are correct there are no tools to find this out in NX11. I would like to understand the reason for needing to know the value before resize neutral factor is applied - then I can maybe offer an alternate solution for you.
Maybe then you should use the Neutral Factor everywhere as a Global Value - or everywhere the same Expression. That could be less work.
How to enter "Global Value" ?
I now insert the K \ N-factor inside flanges and \ or contour flanges.
Some parts are NX Body parts \ Bodies (=no history tree) and I turn them into sheet metal ( Cleanup Utility + Convert to Sheet Metal )...So I don't know what is the K \ N-factor of the bodies.
The global values are here in the customer defaults. As soon as you use Convert to sheet Metal utility the default K value is assigned to the bends i guess.
I would have sweared, you can set the Neutral Factor in the Convert feature. But it's not there... Now I'm wondering a bit.
In NX 11 you can sort the expressions by name, this could help. And again: If you change the NFs, I recommend do it with an expression.
@kapilsharma, you need to be a little bit careful here. When you create a new part from a template, the neutral factor is stored there as a part default (see scope setting in image below).
Customer Defaults that have 'scope = part' are only applicable if you create a completely blank part. Neutral Factor can be changed in the part properties tab under preferences:
When a part is imported using Convert to Sheet Metal, the Neutral Factor is read from Part Properties.
My recommended workflow for importing would be: