Complete Course in CATIA

Complete Course in CATIA

Complete Course in CATIA

For Students, Engineers, and Designers.

Language: english

Note: 4.4/5 (486 notes) 30,809 students

Instructor(s): CADCIM Technologies

Last update: 2021-05-14

What you’ll learn

  • The students will learn the sketching, part modeling, assembly, sheet metal, surfacing and drafting workbenches of CATIA. Also, you will learn the basic as well as advanced concepts of design using CATIA software.

 

Requirements

  • The instructor starts explaining the tools and concepts from the scratch, so there are no prerequisites.

 

Description

CATIA V5, developed by Dassault Systemes, France, is a completely re-engineered, next-generation family of CAD/CAM/CAE software solutions for Product Lifecycle Management. CATIA V5 delivers innovative technologies for maximum productivity and creativity through its exceptionally easy-to-use and state-of-the-art user interface, from inception to the final product. CATIA V5 reduces the learning curve, as it allows the flexibility of using feature-based and parametric designs.

CATIA V5 serves the design tasks by providing different workbenches. A workbench is defined as a specified environment consisting of tools that allow the user to perform specific design tasks. This course will complete workbenches in CATIA V5 which are Part Design, Wireframe, and Surface Design, Assembly Design, Drafting, Generative Sheetmetal Design, Generative Shape Design. The tutor has used real-world mechanical engineering projects as an example in this video course. This enables the user to relate the tutorials to real-world models in the mechanical engineering industry.

The subject of interpretability offered by CATIA V5 includes receiving legacy data from other CAD systems and from its own product data management modules. The real benefit of CATIA V5 is that the links remain associative. As a result, any change made to this external data gets notified and the model can be updated quickly.

 

Who this course is for

  • Engineers, Product Designers, Diploma Holders, Undergraduates and school students.

 

Course content

  • Introduction
    • Introduction to CATIA-I
    • Introduction to CATIA-II
    • Introduction to CATIA-III
    • Common introductory tools in CATIA-!
    • Common introductory tools in CATIA-II
    • Common introductory tools in CATIA-III
    • Initial basic settings in CATIA
  • Sketcher Workbench
    • CATIA Sketcher workbench introduction
    • Basic profile tools to drraw sketches1
    • Basic profile tools to draw sketches2
    • Basic constraint tools1
    • Basic constraint tools2
    • Predefined profiles tools1
    • Predefined profiles tools2
    • Predefined profiles tools3
    • Drawing circle and arcs1
    • Drawing circle and arcs2
    • Using connect tool and drawing ellipse
    • Drawing lines by line tool
    • Drawing points
    • Using constraint tool in detail1
    • Using constraint tool in detail2
    • Creating corner and chamfer operations
    • Creating trim operations
    • Using operation transformation tools1
    • Using operation transformation tools2
    • Using operation transformation tools3
    • Analyzing sketch
    • Extracting sketch profiles
    • Example 1
    • Example 2
    • Example 3
  • Part Modeling Workbench
    • Adding material by using pad tool 1
    • Adding material by using pad tool 2
    • Adding material by using pad tool 3
    • Removing material by using pocket tool
    • Adding revolved material by using shaft tool
    • Removing material by groove tool
    • Creating holes 1
    • Creating holes 2
    • Adding material along guide by rib tool 1
    • Adding material along guide by rib tool 2
    • Removing material along guide by slot tool
    • Creating stiffening ribs
    • Using solid combine tool
    • Adding material by using multi-section tool 1
    • Adding material by using multi-section tool 2
    • Adding material by using multi-section tool 3
    • Adding material by using multi-section tool 4
    • Adding material by using multi-section tool 5
    • Adding material by using multi-section tool 6
    • Creating edge fillet 1
    • Creating edge fillet 2
    • Creating edge fillet 3
    • Creating fillets by face to face and tri-tangent tool
    • Creating chamfers
    • Creating draft 1
    • Creating draft 2
    • Creating shell on object
    • Using thickness tool
    • Applying threading/tapping
    • Using remove face and replace face tools
    • Creating blend corner
    • Editing the feature 1
    • Editing the feature 2
    • Measuring tools
    • Creating transformation by using translate/rotate tools
    • Creating transformation by using symmetry/axis-axis tools
    • Creating transformation by using mirror/scale tools
    • Creating rectangular pattern of features
    • Creating circular/user pattern of features
    • Example 1
    • Example 2
    • Example 3
    • Example 4
    • Example 5
    • Example 6
    • Example 7
    • Example 8
    • Example 9
  • Surfacing (GSD) Workbench
    • Introduction to generative shape design i.e surfacing
    • Using wireframe tool point
    • Using wireframe tool line
    • Using wireframe tool plane
    • Using wireframe tool project combine
    • Using wireframe tool intersection and curve offset
    • Using wireframe tool circle and conic
    • Using wireframe tool curves
    • Using surface creation tool extrude and revolve
    • Creating offset surface
    • Creating surface by using sweep tool
    • Creating fill surface
    • Creating multi-section surface
    • Adding surface by blend tool
    • Using surface operation join, heal, dissemble tools
    • Using split and trim surface operations
    • Using boundary and extract tool
    • Creating surface fillets
    • Creating surface chamfer and extrapolate
    • Surface – Example 1
    • Using body in white tools 1
    • Using body in white tools 2
    • Creating geometrical set
    • Using tools toolbar in surface
    • Applying material to surface
    • Example 2
    • Example 3
    • Example 4
  • Sheetmetal Workbench
    • Introduction to sheetmetal design
    • Setting sheet parameter
    • Creating Sheetmetal wall
    • Creating wall on edge
    • Creating Sheetmetal extrusion
    • Creating flange
    • Creating different types of flanges
    • Applying bends
    • Applying bend from flat
    • Using bending fold and unfold tools
    • Using curve mapping tool
    • Creating rolled walls Hopper
    • Creating rolled walls free from surface
    • Using fold and unfold for view purpose
    • Using cutting tool
    • Creating surface stamp
    • Creating bead
    • Creating curve stamp
    • Crating flanged cutout
    • Creating louver
    • Creating bridge
    • Creating flanged hole
    • Creating circular stamp
    • Adding stiffening rib
    • Creating dowel
    • Example 1
    • Example 2
  • Assembly Workbench
    • Introduction to assembly design
    • Inserting component in assembly
    • Manipulating component
    • Using snap tool for manipulation
    • Creating coincidence constraint
    • Creating offset constraint
    • Creating fix and quick constraint
    • Using reuse pattern tool
    • Analyzing degree of freedom
    • Creating multi instantiation
    • Creating assembly by top-down assembly approach
    • Generating exploder view
    • Adding part in assembly environment
    • Replacing part, reordering components in specification tree
    • Generating numbering and bill of material
    • Creating scene
    • Splitting assembly
    • Creating assembly feature hole, pocket
    • Creating assembly feature symmetry
    • Assembly clash analysis
    • Creating assembly sectioning
    • Example 1
    • Example 2
  • Drafting Workbench
    • Introduction to drafting
    • Creating views by view creation wizard
    • Creating view by advance front view
    • Adding projection view
    • Adding auxiliary view
    • Creating isometric view
    • Creating offset/aligned section view
    • Creating offset/aligned cut section view
    • Creating detail view
    • Creating clipping view
    • Creating broken view
    • Creating breakout view
    • Adding 3D clipping
    • Adding new sheet
    • Generating dimension by auto dimension tool
    • Generating chained dimensions
    • Generating manual dimensions
    • Generating hole/point table
    • Editing dimensions
    • Generating GD&T frame
    • Using generation tools
    • Generating bill of material
    • Example 1
    • Example 2
    • Example 3
    • Example 4
  • Practice Test
    • Practice Test

 

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