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CAD Integration for Unigraphics

Dear Experts,

Did anybody worked on CAD Integration of NX(Unigraphics) and SAP PLM.

I am looking at the capabilities of CAD Integration of NX.

If any doc, or presentation in this regard will greatly helpful to me.

User manual is available with me.

Points would be Rewarded for the extended co-operation to learn the new heights of SAP.

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    Posted on May 10, 2007 at 10:10 AM

    Hi Madhu,

    As i have worked on CAD Integration of ACAD/MDT/Inventor but not on NX (Unigraphics), if in general presentation or any such things i will be sending you to your mail id.

    Regards

    Rehman

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      Hi Rehman,

      Don’t know if this is the right forum to ask, anyways we are evaluating the possibility of implementing/migrating to sap-plm system from Teamcenter.

      We use Unigraphics extensively for our 3D/2D and manufacturing needs, to overcome the design/mfg challenges we use advanced features in UG like Assemblies/wave linking/part families/inter-part expressions/linked object/KF/ufunc etc...

      Right we are happy the way UG works with TCE, due reasons beyond the control of any design/mfg dept, our company is planning to evaluate sap-plm. My questions

      1. What degree of integration is possible with UG?

      2. Will all the features work in SAP-PLM env?

      3. Should we rather focus on building a bridge to share data with sap-plm instead of a full fledged replacement of TCE?

      Appreciate if you could share your experience and/or send me some docs or links that might help

      thx,

      kris

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