%Mate_Title% Engineer Meet NX Journaling

Journal is a powerful tool in NX/Unigraphics that allows common Engineering routines to be automated. This website is being designed for the Engineer with a modicum of programming knowledge who desires to create journals in NX/Unigraphics. We will rely predominately on the coding learned from Visual Basic to create our journals. If you are a complete novice to programming, you may find it best to grab an easy Visual Basic(VB) book from your local library and familiarize yourself with the basics code writing before attempting to create your own journals.


%Mate_Keyword% %Mate_Title% Drafting Iso view Submitted by NXJournaling on Mon, 08/28/2017 - 06:40

The journal below was submitted by user kam; it creates an isometric drafting view based on a selected view and a selected location. It allows you to quickly create an iso view with only a couple of clicks. The code should be run from the drafting application; there needs to be a drawing sheet with at least one view. When run, the journal will prompt you to select an existing view to use as the starting point of the isometric view.

%Mate_Title% Reset Component Position Submitted by NXJournaling on Fri, 05/20/2016 - 21:17
Reset Component Position

When working with assembly files, moving components around in space, there may come a time when you want to reset a component to its absolute starting point; the position where it would appear when adding it with the "absolute position" option. There are various work-arounds in NX to get a component back to its absolute position, but out-of-the-box there is no one click solution - we'll have to make our own.

%Mate_Title% NXOpen.Features.Feature and the Feature Collection Submitted by NXJournaling on Fri, 03/18/2016 - 14:11

In the NXOpen API, the "part" object is among the most used and most useful to the programmer. The part object gives us access to dozens (hundreds?) of properties and collections of other objects that we can use to query and modify the part. Let's take a look at the NXOpen.Feature object and the {part}.Features collection.