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Solid Edge >> NX

The following settings are recommended up to Solid Edge ST 8 and NX 11

Solid Edge – System

  • To make a geometry check in a Part go to Inspect -> Geometry Inspector…, select the part and click on the Go button.
  • To make a collision checks in Assemblies go to Inspect -> Check Interference….

Solid Edge - STEP Preprocessor

  • To export a STEP file choose File -> Save as..., as file type choose STEP-Format (step, stp) and go to Options. A new dialog box appears.
  • Choose AP214 class VI for the STEP export (AP203 is default).
  • Depending on the model, choose one or more of the following options for the export:
  • Export Solids: it specifies that you want all existing design geometry as volume bodies exported (recommended).
  • Export Sheets: it specifies that you want all existing design geometry as sheet metal bodies exported.
  • Export Wires: it specifies that you want all existing design geometry as wireframe bodies exported.
  • Tube Centerlines: it specifies that you want only design geometry exported, which is visible in the part or the assembly.
  • Export Displayed Only: it specifies that you want only active model geometry and design geometry exported, which are visible in the part or in the assembly.
  • A log file can be created by selecting Generate Log File. This one will be placed in the same directory of the STEP file. 
  • The option Export Units specifies the units of measurement for the part being exported. The standard is millimeters.
  • User info like Author, Organization, etc. can be optionally added.

STEP File

  • In the filename syntax special characters must be avoided.

NX - STEP Postprocessor

  • Start the external STEP postprocessor with Translator -> STEP AP214 and select Import.
  • Select Edit -> Settings and define the options:
    (or interactive from NX 8.5) To export a STEP File choose File -> Import ->STEP203 or STEP214.
  • Object Types: One or more of the options Solid, Product Data, Surface and Wireframe (depending on model).
  • Recommended is to use the default settings in menu Translation Control (Tolerant Modeling).
  • A*.log and a *.def file will be created in the same directory as the imported models. 
  • Validation properties are supported.

NX – System

  • Shaded view is helpful for a first impression of model quality.
  • By choosing the menu option: Information -> Object -> Type -> Solid Body -> Select all correctly transferred solids are identified with red color. (Same way with other model types).
  • By choosing the menu option Information -> Object -> Objects -> Select all after choosing the filter for Solid Body in Information -> Object -> Filters -> Type Filter correctly transferred solids are identified with red color. (Same way with other model types).

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