CATIA V5 EXPERT
CATIA stands for Computer Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application. It’s much more than a CAD (Computer Aided Design) software package. It’s a full software suite which incorporates CAD, CAE (Computer-Aided Engineering) and CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacture).
CATIA training course explains more beyond CAD software package. CATIA is a leading solution for product design and innovation from Dassault Systemes. Attending this training delivers a range of capabilities that can be applied to multidisciplinary manufacturing industries such as automotive, machinery, plant design, aerospace, and many more. CATIA training addresses the processes involved in product lifecycle management.
Benefits of CATIA training enable you to exhibit the following:
• Proficient in the sketcher workbench to draw sketches that comply with regulations and specifications.
• Create designs using advance modeling tools such as hole, fillets, shell, draft, chamfer and so on.
• Edit designs and integrate features to form a solid model.
• Execute conceptual and detailed tooling engineering for products.
• Adopt surface modeling techniques to create complex three-dimensional surface models for delivering attractive products.
• Apply suitable parametric assembly constraints to the components assembled together.
• Promote sheet metal design for intuitive and flexible user interface.
• Demonstrate Digital MockUp (DMU) kinematics to the assemblies to simulate assembly motion.
COURSE CURRICULAM
• Introduction to CATIA
• Drawing sketches in the sketcher workbench-I
• Drawing sketches in the sketcher workbench-II
• Constraining sketches and creating base features
• Reference elements and sketch-based features
• Creating dress-up and hole features.
• Editing features
• Transformation features and advanced modeling tools-I
• Advanced modeling tools-II
• Working with the wireframe and surface design workbench
• Editing and modifying surfaces
• Assembly modeling
• Working with the drafting workbench-I
• Working with the drafting workbench-II
• Working with sheetmetal componentsorking with sheet metal components
• DMU kinematics (optional)
Introduction to CATIA
• Introduction to CATIA
• CATIA Workbenches
• System Requirements
• Getting Started with CATIA
• Important Terms and Definitions
• Understanding the Functions of the Mouse Buttons
• Toolbars
• Hot Keys
• Color Scheme
Drawing Sketches 
• The Sketcher Workbench
• Starting a New File
• Invoking the Sketcher Workbench
• Invoking the Sketcher Workbench Using the Sketch Tool
• Invoking the Sketcher Workbench Using the Positioned Sketch Tool
• Setting the Sketcher Workbench
• Modifying Units
• Modifying the Grid Settings
• Understanding Sketcher Terms
• Specification Tree
• Grid
• Snap to Point
• Construction/Standard Element
• Select Toolbar
• Inferencing Lines
• Drawing Sketches Using Sketcher Tools
• Drawing Lines
• Drawing Center Lines
• Drawing Rectangles, Oriented Rectangles, and Parallelograms
• Drawing Rectangles
• Creating Points
• Drawing Circles
• Drawing Arcs
• Drawing Profiles
• Drawing Display Tools
• Fit All In
• Pan
• Zoom In
• Zoom Out
• Zoom Area
• Normal View
• Splitting the Drawing Area into Multiple Viewports
• Hiding and Showing Geometric Elements
• Swapping Visible Space
Editing Sketches 
• Other Sketching Tools in the Sketcher Workbench
• Drawing Ellipses
• Drawing Splines
• Connecting Two Elements by a Spline or an Arc
• Drawing Elongated Holes
• Drawing Cylindrical Elongated Holes
• Drawing Keyhole Profiles
• Drawing Hexagons
• Drawing Centered Rectangles
• Drawing Centered Parallelograms
• Drawing Conics
• Editing and Modifying Sketches
• Extending Sketched Elements
• Trimming by Using the Quick Trim Tool
• Filleting Sketched Elements
• Chamfering Sketched Elements
• Mirroring Sketched Elements
• Mirroring Elements without Duplication
• Translating Sketched Elements
• Rotating Sketched Elements
• Scaling Sketched Elements
• Offsetting Sketched Elements
• Modifying Sketched Elements
• Deleting Sketched Elements
Constraining Sketches 
• Constraining Sketches
• Concept of Constrained Sketches
• Iso-Constraint
• Under-Constraint
• Over-Constrained
• Inconsistent
• Applying Geometrical Constraints
• Applying Geometrical Constraints Automatically
• Applying Additional Constraints to the Sketch
• Applying Dimensional Constraints
• Applying Contact Constraints
• Applying Fix Together Constraints
• Applying Auto Constraints
• Editing Multiple Dimensions
• Analyzing and Deleting Over-Defined Constraints
• Analyzing Sketch using the Sketch Analysis Tool
• Exiting the Sketcher Workbench
• Creating Base Features by Extrusion
• Creating a Thin Extruded Feature
• Extruding the Sketch Using the Profile Definition Dialog Box
• Extruding the Sketch along a Directional Reference
• Creating Base Features by Revolving Sketches
• Creating Thin Shaft Features
• Dynamically Rotating the View of the Model
• Rotating the View Using the Rotate Tool
• Rotating the View Using the Compass
• Modifying the View Orientation
• Display Modes of the Model
• Shading (SHD)
• Shading with Edges
• Shading with Edges without Smooth Edges
• Shading with Edges and Hidden Edges
• Shading with Material
• Wireframe (NHR)
• Customize View Parameters
• Creating Sections Dynamically
• Maneuvering the Section Plane
• Position of Section Planes
• Assigning a Material to the Model
Reference Elements and Sketch-Based Features
• Importance of Sketching Planes
• Reference Elements
• Reference Planes
• Creating New Planes
• Creating Points
• Creating Reference Lines
• Other Sketch-Based Features
• Creating Drafted Filleted Pad Features
• Creating Multi-Pad Features
• Feature Termination Options
• Creating Pocket Features
• Creating Drafted Filleted Pocket Features
• Creating Multi-Pocket Features
• Creating Groove Features
• Extruding and Revolving Planar and Non-planar Faces
• Projecting 3D Elements
Creating Dress-Up Features
• Advanced Modeling Tools
• Creating Hole Features
• Creating Fillets
• Creating Chamfers
• Adding a Draft to the Faces of the Model
Editing Features
• Editing Features of a Model
• Editing Using the Definition Option
• Editing by Double-Clicking
• Editing the Sketch of a Sketch-Based Feature
• Redefining the Sketch Plane of Sketches
• Deleting Unwanted Features
• Managing Features and Sketches by using the Cut, Copy, And Paste Functionalities
• Understanding the Concept of Update Diagnosis
• Cut, Copy, and Paste Features and Sketches
• Copying Features Using Drag and Drop
• Copying and Pasting Part Bodies
• Deactivating Features
• Activating Deactivated Features
• Defining Features in Work Object
• Reordering Features
• Understanding the Parent-Child Relationships
• Measuring Elements
• Measuring between Elements
• Measuring Items
• Measuring Inertia
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