NX Implicit Modeling

Implicit modeling is a technique used in computer graphics, computer-aided design (CAD), and computer-aided engineering (CAE) to create and manipulate 3D geometry. Unlike explicit modeling, where you directly define the individual components of a model, implicit modeling focuses on describing an object’s shape through mathematical functions and constraints.

In implicit modeling, objects are represented by mathematical equations or functions that determine whether a given point in 3D space is located inside or outside the object.