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What Cad Guru will teach in CATIA:

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 IN THE SKETCHER WORKBENCH-I

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
  • SettingsUnderstanding Sketcher Terms

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

DRAWING SKETCHES IN THE SKETCHER WORKBENCH-II

    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

  • Trimming Unwanted Sketched Elements 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 AND CREATING BASE FEATURES

BASE FEATURES

  • Constraining Sketches 
  • Concept of Constrained Sketches
  • Iso-Constraint
  • Under-Constraint
  • Over-Constrained
  • Inconsistent 
  • Not Changed 

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 AND HOLE 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

TRANSFORMATION FEATURES AND ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-I

Transformation Features 

  • Translating Bodies
  • Rotating Bodies 
  • Creating Symmetry Features
  • Transforming the Axis System Mirroring Features and Bodies
  • Creating Rectangular Patterns
  • Creating Circular Patterns
  • Creating User Patterns
  • Uniform Scaling of Model
  • Non-uniform Scaling of Model 

Working with Additional Bodies

  • Inserting a New Body 
  • Inserting Features in the New Body
  • Applying Boolean Operations to Bodies 
  • Adding Stiffeners to a Model
  • Generating Solid Combine

ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-II

  • Advanced Modeling Tools 
  • Creating Rib Features 
  • Creating Slot Features 
  • Creating Multi-Sections Solid Features

WORKING WITH THE WIREFRAME AND SURFACE DESIGN WORKBENCH

Need of Surface Modeling 

Wireframe and Surface Design Workbench 

  • Starting the Wireframe and Surface Design

Workbench Creating Wireframe Elements

  • Creating Circles
  • Creating Splines
  • Creating a Helix

Creating Surfaces 

  • Creating Extruded Surfaces 
  • Creating Revolved Surfaces 
  • Creating Spherical Surfaces 
  • Creating Cylindrical Surfaces 
  • Creating Offset Surfaces 
  • Creating Sweep Surfaces 
  • Creating Fill Surfaces 
  • Creating Multi-Sections Surfaces 
  • Creating Blended Surfaces 

Operations on Shape Geometry 

  • Joining Surfaces 
  • Splitting Surfaces 
  • Trimming Surfaces

EDITING AND MODIFYING SURFACES

Surface Operations 

  • Creating Projection Curves Creating 
  • Intersection Elements Healing 
  • Geometries Disassembling Elements 
  • Untrimming a Surface or a Curve 
  • Creating Boundary Curves 
  • Extracting Geometry Transformation 
  • Features Extrapolating Surfaces
  • Curves Splitting a Solid Body with a Surface 

Solidifying Surface Models Adding

  • Thickness to a Surface
  • Creating a Solid Body from a Closed Surface
  • Body Sewing a Surface to a Solid Body

ASSEMBLY MODELING

Assembly Modeling 

  • Types of Assembly Design Approaches 

Creating Bottom-up Assemblies 

  • Inserting Components in a Product File 
  • Moving Individual Components 
  • Applying Constraints 

Creating Top-down Assemblies 

  • Creating Base Part in the Top-Down Assembly 
  • Creating Subsequent Components in the Top-Down Assembly
  • Creating Subassemblies in the Top-Down Assembly 

Editing Assemblies Deleting 

  • Components Replacing 
  • Components 
  • Editing Components inside an Assembly 
  • Editing Subassemblies inside an Assembly 
  • Editing Assembly Constraints Simplifying 
  • the Assembly Interference Detection 
  • Sectioning an Assembly 
  • Exploding an Assembly

WORKING WITH THE DRAFTING WORKBENCH-I

The Drafting Workbench 

  • Starting a New File in the Drafting

Workbench Type of Views 

Generating Drawing Views 

  • Generating Views Automatically 
  • Generating Individual Drawing Views 

Generating the Exploded View

Working with Interactive Drafting in CATIA 

Editing and Modifying Drawing Views 

  • Changing the Scale of Drawing Views 
  • Modifying the Project Plane of the Parent View 
  • Deleting Drawing Views 
  • Rotating Drawing Views 
  • Hiding Drawing Views 

Modifying the Hatch Pattern of Section Views

WORKING WITH THE DRAFTING WORKBENCH-II

Inserting Sheets in the Current File 

Inserting the Frame and the Title Block 

  • Automatic Insertion of the Frame and the Title Block
  • Creating the Frame and the Title Block Manually 

Adding Annotations to the Drawing 

  • Views Generating Dimensions 
  • Adding Reference Dimensions 
  • Adding Datum Features 
  • Adding Geometric Tolerance to the Drawing 
  • Views Adding Surface Finish Symbols 
  • Adding Welding 
  • Symbols Applying Weld 

Editing Annotations 

Generating the Bill of Material (BOM) 

Generating Balloons

WORKING WITH SHEET METAL COMPONENTS

The Sheet metal Component 

  • Starting a New File in Generative Sheet

Metal Workbench Setting Sheet Metal Parameters 

  • Parameters Tab Bend
  • Extremities Tab Bend
  • Allowance Tab

Introduction to Sheet Metal Walls 

  • Creating the Base Wall 
  • Creating the Wall on Edge 
  • Creating Extrusions 

Creating Swept Walls 

  • Creating Flanges on the Sheet Metal Component
  • Creating Hems on the Sheet Metal Component
  • Creating a Tear Drop on the Sheet Metal Component
  • Creating a User Flange on the Sheet Metal Component 

Creating a Bend 

  • Creating a Conical Bend 

Bend From Flat 

Creating Rolled Walls 

  • Creating a Hopper Wall 
  • Creating a Rolled Wall 

Folding and Unfolding Sheet Metal Parts 

  • Unfolding Sheet Metal Parts 
  • Folding Unfolded Parts 
  • Mapping the Geometry 

Creating Flat Patterns of Sheet Metal Components 

Viewing a Sheet Metal Component in Multiple Windows 

Using Views Management 

Stamping 

  • Creating a Surface Stamp 
  • Creating a Bead Stamp 
  • Creating a Curve Stamp 
  • Creating a Flanged Cut out Stamp 
  • Creating a Louver Stamp 
  • Creating a Bridge Stamp 
  • Creating a Flanged Hole Stamp 
  • Creating a Circular Stamp
  • Creating a Stiffening Rib Stamp 
  • Creating a Dowel Stamp

DMU KINEMATICS (Optional)

  • Introduction to DMU Kinematics 
  • Designing a Mechanism 
  • Creating the Revolute Joint 
  • Creating the Prismatic Joint 
  • Creating the Cylindrical Joint 
  • Creating the Screw Joint 
  • Creating the Rigid Joint 
  • Creating the Spherical Joint 
  • Creating the Planar Joint 
  • Creating the Point Curve Joint 
  • Creating the Slide Curve Joint 
  • Creating the Roll Curve Joint 
  • Creating the Point Surface 
  • Joint Creating the Universal 
  • Joint Creating the CV Joint
  • Creating the Gear Joint 
  • Creating the Rack Joint 
  • Creating the Cable Joint 
  • Converting Assembly Constraints into Joints

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