I quickly did this in SolidWorks but NX should be similar. The problem with cad software’s figuring flat patterns is that they cannot calculate deep draw type forming, only linier bends (using k-factors). So remove the curves then fill them in after on the flat pattern. Really it an educated guess and you will have to adjust this flat pattern for your real world application.
thanks chris but its not working in UG Nx iit show the error like this
As Chris shows, you have to rip all the corners first then it should work.
Also adding to Chis' statement about the abilities of software and having an educated guess is very true for drawing/formwork parts, I recall making prototype forms and tweaking them until we had the right flat pattern and took the dimensions off that to create the drawing.
ok thanks danny on which software you are doing this
can u send me step model
Hi, if the part is an emboss part and you have one step license you can unform it like I show you in the attached images.
Attachmentsunform_one_step.7z, 125 KB
thanks frank but we dont have one step formability lince so can you hepl me by giving its flat pattern for my referance
thankss in advance