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NX CAD Community Wrap Up

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CAD NX Community Wrap Up There are exciting new stories and tips in the NX CAD Community you don’t want to miss! This wrap up features soccer-playing robots, a racecar that drives 300 km/h solely on electric power, and plenty of video quick tips that make using NX CAD a breeze. Don't forget to check out the NX Design forum for more great resources and tips! Registration is easy and free.

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NX Case Study: Robots become superior “soccer players” by design —  The RoboCup is pretty much the World Cup for robots. Learn how Graz University of Technology in Austria designs their autonomous robots with the help of NX CAD.

NX Quick Tips: Check-Mate —  You can improve your CAD designs with a series of quality assurance tests performed by NX Check-Mate. Learn how to use this helpful feature in this NX Quick Tips video.

NX Quick Tips: Attributes and List Expressions — You can use attributes and list expressions to change a part in various ways. Learn how with this informative video.

Zeod Race Car Update — The NISSAN ZEOD RC, built by RML Group with NX software, made history in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race this year. Watch the video in this post to learn more.

The NX Design Community offer great resources like how-to videos and articles, as well as troubleshooting tips direct from users like you. Register today—it’s free to join and there is no subscription fee!

Amy
Siemens Product Engineering

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I have a question. I'm a student just starting NX. I touched something on computer and now part of my part will disappear while I'm rotating it. I know its something I did. All the other computers work in the class. I changed systems and it followed me. I would appreciate your help.

Sincerely,
Raymond Riggs
Community Manager
Hello Raymond,

We have an NX Student Forum in our online Community. It's a place for users to get answers about NX Learning Edition from both peers and Siemens experts. I suggest you post your question there and include some images to show the exact behavior you're experiencing. Someone should be able to help you there.

Best Regards,

Amy Allen
Product Engineering Software
Siemens PLM Software, Inc.