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Bringing High Definition PLM to product development, Siemens PLM NX redefines productivity with a powerful suite of integrated CAD, CAE and CAM solutions. Siemens PLM NX takes full advantage of the High Definition PLM Technology Framework to improve decision making throughout the product development process.
NX is a next-generation digital product development system that helps companies transform the product lifecycle. With the industry's broadest suite of integrated, fully associative CAD/CAM/CAE applications, NX touches the full range of development processes in product design, manufacturing and simulation.
What's fixed in NX 188.8.131.52 MP03
We are pleased to inform you that fixes are available for the problems listed below. This maintenance pack fixes an accumulation of problems listed in the table below.
The problem in the DXF-DWG translator where some dimensions were distorted is fixed.
The problem in Teamcenter Integration for NX where the revision rule 'Set Unit Number' entry under Assembly Load Options did not accept a valid unit number is fixed.
The problem in Drafting where a Centerline was missing following a 2D Exchange translation is fixed.
The problem in Drafting where GD&T symbols and the datum symbols were not exporting correctly through the 2D Exchange Translator is fixed.
The problem in Drafting where inherited PMI annotations were not correctly aligned to the drawing is fixed.
The problem in Drafting where the text size of a PMI label was incorrect is fixed.
The problem in Manufacturing where running Simulate Machine Code File on a 19MB file caused a Memory Overflow error is fixed.
The problem in Assemblies where the performance when loading assemblies containing center constraints was slow has been improved.
The problem in Creating a Weld Point where no overlap was created when the Reference Sheet option was set to Overlap is fixed.
The problem in Routing where editing a spline would incorrectly create position overrides in the attached components is fixed.
The problem in Manufacturing Post Builder where saving a legacy post removed the last move of a gohome event is fixed.
The problem in Modeling where deleting an unrelated upstream feature caused a downstream Linked Composite Curve feature to have a Broken Link status is fixed.
The problem in Modeling where some lines lost end tangency constraints after a model update is fixed.
The problem in Mold Wizard where the Create Pocket command created, in the top assembly, Subtract features which subsequently failed to update is fixed.
The problem where annotation was not imported onto a drawing in the correct location is fixed.
The problem where updating a Visualization Scene was slow when the user’s login name contained a dot (.) character is fixed.
The problem where the preview in the 'Materials in Part' resource did not reflect model edits done with an NX Open program is fixed.
The problem where editing the materials Reflection Map filename caused an error is fixed.
The problem where loading the 'Materials in Part' palette was slow when changing the displayed part is fixed.
The problem in Manufacturing where the Preference 'Display Selected Objects' setting caused an error when closing a part is fixed.
The problem where closing multiple parts while in Manufacturing caused an error is fixed.
The problem in Manufacturing where editing the Non Cutting Moves in a Teachmode operation that uses a library tool caused an error is fixed.
The problem in Drafting where Render set Extracted Edges associated with drafting objects became invisible is fixed.
The problem in Manufacturing where Turning "direct engage/retract" did not stop the tool at the respective trim point is fixed.
The problem in Assemblies where replacing a component in the assembly which was opened 'Structure Only' caused an error is fixed.
The problem on Windows 64 platforms where NX functions did not correctly connect to Office Outlook for sending email is fixed.
The problem in Mold Wizard where Rename Components did not consistently assign sequence numbers is fixed.
The problem where the system clipboard copy/paste functions did not work consistently while NX was running is fixed.
The problem in Advanced Simulation with Teamcenter Integration for NX where naming rules did not work correctly for CAE item types is fixed.
The problem in Manufacturing where Turning Teachmode suboperations did not allow object selection within the context of an assembly is fixed.
The problem where Section View geometry could not be selected for PMI associated objects is fixed.
The problem in Manufacturing where performance was slow for a cavity-milling operation using holder checking and very shallow depth-of-cuts is improved.
The problem in Knowledge Fusion where Preferences -> Grid and Work Plane were grayed out after adding a Reuse part is fixed.
The problem in Manufacturing where a Planar mill operation with a Profile cut pattern using Non Cutting moves and Cutcom created incorrect toolpaths is fixed.
The problem in Modeling where Shape Search SOAP calls to the Geolus database had no provision for supplying the user's ID is fixed.
The problem in Translators where some assemblies failed to export to CATIA V5 is fixed.
The problem in Teamcenter Integration for NX where a failure to load a part referred to by a WAVE reference caused the entire assembly load to fail if the load options were set to Load Interpart Data is fixed.
The problem in Manufacturing where generating a Solid Profile 3D operation caused an error is fixed.
The problem in Modeling where editing a Human model feature on a Windows 32 platform caused an error if the model had been saved on a Windows 64 platform (or vice-versa) is fixed.
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Siemens AG is a German engineering conglomerate, the largest of its kind in Europe. Siemens has international headquarters located in Berlin, Munich and Erlangen. The company has three main business sectors: Industry, Energy, and Healthcare; with a total of 15 divisions. Worldwide, Siemens and its subsidiaries employ approximately 420,800 people in nearly 190 countries and reported global revenue of 76.651 billion euros for the year of 2009. Siemens AG is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and has been listed on the New York Stock Exchange since March 12, 2001.
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