Siemens NX software is a flexible integrated solution that delivers better products faster. The user can select from a broad variety of display styles and visual effects in Siemens NX to enhance clarity and improve interactive efficiency. Siemens’ interoperable products and solutions meet the strictest Cybersecurity requirements for secure communication, protection of data integrity, access control, and consistent monitoring.
Siemens NX Pricing
1 NX Core Designer- Siemens NX Core Designer is priced at $279 per month. It has powerful capabilities such as assembly modeling, sheet metal design, freeform modeling, and convergent modeling.
2 NX Advanced Designer - Siemens NX Advanced Designer is priced at $559 per month. It includes Core Designer plus advanced assembly modeling, freeform modeling, sheet metal design, routing, and surface analysis tools.
3 NX Mold Designer - Siemens NX Mold Designer is available at $559 per month. It delivers step-by-step guidance for mold part design, tool assembly layout, tool design, and tool validation.
4 NX Scan to Part - Siemens NX Scan to Part is charged at $459 per month. Scan to Part uses reverse engineering tools to convert imported scanned 3D data into a fully-featured and solid part.
5 NX Drafting & Layout - Siemens NX Drafting & Layout plan is priced at $119 per month.
Siemens NX Demo
Siemens NX has introduced a 30-day trial on the cloud at absolutely free of cost. Users can refer to the company website for this.
Supportive in all Aspects - Siemens NX helps the companies to deliver the next generation of design, simulation, and manufacturing solutions to realize the value of the digital counterpart. It supports every aspect of product development, from concept design to engineering and manufacturing.
Integrated Toolset - Siemens NX’s integrated toolset coordinates disciplines, preserves data integrity and design intent, and shapes the entire production process.
Scan Design Process – Siemens NX uses reverse engineering software to incorporate imported 3D scan data into your design process. It imports polygon facet data directly from scanning physical objects. There is no need to map surfaces, create solids, or recreate geometry.