Learn CATIA V5 from A TO Z
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This course will cover Introduction to the Catia and it's application. Basic Modules or Workbench concept, Sketcher Workbench will be explain in detail so that the students will learn to sketch 2D geometries with the help of different tools. Examples for Sketching will be provided to the students on demand also some examples will be shown in the video form. Part Designing workbench will be taught in detail and at the end of the video students will learn about different modeling tools and methods. Examples will be shown in video so that students will understand the application of different tools in making single model. Generative Sheet Metal Design will be taught in detail and at the end students will see example video too. Assembly workbench is responsible for assembling the parts previously produced in Part Design, and it is most important for those who work in the field of machinery design or design in general, because it is the one who shows the inter-relationships between the parts of the machine or any mechanical establishment. In Generative Shape Design surfaces can be drawing with zero size and weight and has its uses in the aerospace, automotive, ships and Mold Design. Drafting workbench is responsible, for converting what you see on the screen to standard engineering drawings can be traded in the workshop for manufacturing or save them for documentation.
- Mechanical Engineering freshers and design engineers
CATIA is a multi-platform software suite for computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), computer-aided engineering (CAE), PLM and 3D, developed by the French company Dassault Systems. CATIA supports multiple stages of product development (CAx), including conceptualization, design (CAD), engineering (CAE) and manufacturing (CAM). CATIA facilitates collaborative engineering across disciplines around its 3D EXPERIENCE platform, including surfacing & shape design, electrical, fluid and electronic systems design, mechanical engineering and systems engineering. CATIA facilitates the design of electronic, electrical, and distributed systems such as fluid and HVAC systems, all the way to the production of documentation for manufacturing.
CATIA enables the creation of 3D parts, from 2D sketches, sheetmetal, composites, molded, forged or tooling parts up to the definition of mechanical assemblies. The software provides advanced technologies for mechanical surfacing & BIW. It provides tools to complete product definition, including functional tolerances as well as kinematics definition. CATIA provides a wide range of applications for tooling design, for both generic tooling and mold & die. In the case of Aerospace engineering an additional module named the aerospace sheetmetal design offers the user combine the capabilities of generative sheetmetal design and generative surface design.
CATIA can be applied to a wide variety of industries, from aerospace and defense, automotive, and industrial equipment, to high tech, shipbuilding, consumer goods, plant design, consumer packaged goods, life sciences, architecture and construction, process power and petroleum, and services.
There are many modules or workbenches in CATIA. A few are Sketcher, Part Design, Generative Sheetmetal Design, Generative Shape Design, Assembly Design, Drafting, electrical harness Installation, etc.
This module is responsible for the implementation of two-dimensional shapes, in preparation for make a three-dimensional commands on it. The Sketcher workbench is a set of tools that helps you create and constrain 2D geometries. Features (pads, pockets, shafts, etc...) may then be created solids or modifications to solids using these 2D profiles .
Every new part begins with a 2D profile. This profile can be created using the Sketcher workbench. The Sketcher workbench is a 2D work space. The elements created within Sketcher are exclusively 2D WIRE FRAME elements. In the Part Design workbench, the geometry created in Sketcher is seen as a single sketch. This sketch is used to create 3D features inside the Part Design workbench. Sketches are constrained so that they can be quickly modified by simply altering dimensions.
This module is responsible for converting two-dimensional graphics to three-dimensional objects which is most famous in CATIA and is closely linked with sketcher module. The part design Module it is considered from most important modules, that used by the designer to get the additional advantage from cad programs, which is stereotaxic drawing or three-dimensional drawing.
This video will give you complete knowledge on creation of Points, Lines and Planes.
In this session students will learn about surface based features(Split, thick Surface, Close Surface and Sew Surface), Transformation features(Translate, Rotate, Symmetry, Mirror, Scale, Affinity, Patterns, etc) and Boolean operations(Assemble, Add, Remove, Intersect, Union Trim, etc)
Introduction to Sheet Metal Design
Generative Sheet Metal Design Overview
Defining Sheet Metal Parameters
Recommendations for Getting Started
What is a Sheet Metal Wall?
Defining the First Wall
Recommendations for Sheet Metal Walls
Recommendations for Flanges
This video will explain the following topics:
Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
Understand the terminology and the design process for creating a sheetmetal part
Define and manage the sheetmetal part parameters
Design walls, bends, and flanges
Add features such as cutouts, holes, corners, and chamfers
Create standard and user-defined stamped features
Manage folded and unfolded views and export a finished flat pattern
This Workbench is responsible for assembling the parts previously produced in Part Design, and it is most important for those who work in the field of machinery design or design in general, because it is the one who shows the inter-relationships between the parts of the machine or any mechanical establishment.
At the end of this video you will be able to perform following operations:
Create parts inside assembly work bench
Call the parts inside the assembly work bench
Create permanent constraints
Assembling with the help of pattern
Assembling of the parts
This course covers wireframe tools which are required for surface design. Generative Shape Design allows you to quickly model both simple and complex shapes using wireframe and surface features. It provides a large set of tools for creating and editing shape designs and, when combined with other products such as CATIA Part Design, it meets the requirements of solid-based hybrid modeling.
The feature-based approach offers a productive and intuitive design environment to capture and re-use design methodologies and specifications. Generative Shape Design allows you to create wireframe geometry such as points, lines, planes and curves. You can make use of this elementary geometry when you create more complex surfaces later on.