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Siemens NX 1919 Build 3102 (NX 1899 Series) x64
Siemens NX 1919 Build 3102 (NX 1899 Series) x64

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Siemens NX 1919 Build 3102 (NX 1899 Series) x64 | 16.2 GB

Siemens NX - is the leading CAD / CAM / CAE system based on the best available technologies to create products of any complexity. The main objective of the system in the end is to reduce the cost of product development, improving quality and reducing time to market.

This enables companies in the short term return on investment spent on the purchase and implementation of Unigraphics. In Russia, Unigraphics holds a strong position, thanks to the vast possibilities of use of the system in various industries (aerospace, engine, automotive, mechanical engineering, etc.) and the use of modern technology, providing user advanced solutions in the field of MCAD in all phases of product development. Unigraphics system success in the Russian market is confirmed extensive user base, the success achieved by them as a result of use of the system.

Files stored in the NX-1899 Series (NX-1899 and higher) can not be opened in the NX-1872 Series (NX 1872-1892) and lower versions NX

God / Release Date: 2020
Version: NX 1919 Build 3102
Developer: Siemens PLM Software
Developer website:

Bit depth: 64bit
Language: Multilingual (Russian present)
Medicine: Present (TeAM SolidSQUAD-SSQ)
Extras. Information: The release is given as a full installation from scratch (Siemens.NX.1915.2801.Full.Setup.Win64.iso) and only update (Siemens.NX.1915.2801Win64.Update.Only.iso) on NX-1899-1903- 1904 to NX-1907 build 2201
System Requirements: Win7 / 8.1 / 10 64-bit
Java RE 8 u45 64-bit minimum
Processor with SSSE3
Xeon 5100 Series
Xeon 5300 Series
Xeon 3000 Series
Core 2 Duo
Core 2 Extreme
Core 2 Quad
Core i7
Core i5
Core i3
Pentium Dual Core
Celeron 4xx Sequence Conroe-L
Celeron Dual Core E1200
Celeron M 500 series
processors without SSSE3 not supported!



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