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CAD Segment

NX mechanical design software delivers comprehensive modeling, enabling you to use the most productive modeling approaches interchangeably – from explicit solid and surface modeling to parametric and direct modeling.

NX provides the most powerful CAD assembly design tools available. Supporting both top-down and bottomup design techniques, NX gives you advanced assembly management and navigation for the most complex assemblies.

Using familiar terminology and workflows, NX helps you efficiently create sheet metal parts based on the knowledge of material properties and manufacturing processes. NX sheet metal design tools incorporate material and bending information, enabling the model to represent both the formed component and flattened blank shapes.

CATIA delivers the unique ability not only to model any product, but to do so in the context of its real-life behavior: design in the age of experience. Systems architects, engineers, designers and all contributors can define, imagine and shape the connected world.

CATIA’s Design, Engineering and Systems Engineering applications are the heart of Industry Solution Experiences from Dassault Systems to address specific industry needs. This revolutionizes the way organizations conceive, develop and realize new products.

Teamcenter helps you deliver increasingly complex products to market while maximizing productivity and streamlining global operations. he Teamcenter requirements management solution can help you capture and communicate requirements from every source to product decision-makers.

By integrating requirements management with product lifecycle management (PLM), requirements are elevated from isolated, standalone spreadsheets and documents to be visible to everyone who participates in the product lifecycle. With the Teamcenter requirements management solution, you can accurately trace, continuously verify and reliably maintain requirements information across your organization. Whether you work in product development, manufacturing or the supply chain, you can refer to requirements to make the right decisions to deliver the right products.