CATIA V6 Introduction to Modeling
Current Class Schedule and Pricing
Learn the process of designing models with CATIA V6 from conceptual sketching, through to solid modeling, assembly design, and drawing production. Upon completion of this course you will have acquired the skills to confidently work with CATIA V6. Gain an understanding of the parametric design philosophy of CATIA V6 in this extensive hands-on course. It is expected that all new users of CATIA V6 will require this course.
Upon completion of this course, users will have access to ProductivityNOW Knowledge Source Portal
(formerly SOLO) for 30 days. With the combination of this class and ProductivityNOW Knowledge Source Portal (formerly SOLO), users will have acquired the skills to confidently work with CATIA V6.
- Overview of Parametric Design Process
- Customization of CATIA V6 Environment
- Creating and Constraining Sketch Geometry
- Sketched Feature Techniques and Formulas
- Adding Material with Pad and Shaft Features
- Removing Material with Pocket and Groove Features
- Creating Reference Elements for construction and measurement
- Fillet, Chamfer, Hole, Draft, and Shell Dress-Up Features
- Pattern, Copy, and Mirror Duplication Features
- Thin Features, Stiffeners
- Obtaining Part Information
- Generative Drafting View Creation
- Generative Drafting Dimensioning and Annotation
- Rib and Slot Features
- Multi-sections Solid Features
- Feature Management Using the Hide / Show, Activate / Deactivate Functions
- Parent/Child Relationships and Feature Failure Resolution
- Assembly Design Workbench
- Constraint creation, assembly management, and PDM considerations
- Obtaining Assembly Information (Measure, Clash, and Bill of Materials)
- Standard Parts from Catalogues and Save Management
- Working with Multi-Body Models
- Effective Modeling Tips and Techniques
Complimentary when you purchase this course:
- Access to the online Orientation Overview.
- Quick Reference Cards: Part & Assembly Design Workbench / Sketcher Workbench
Experience in mechanical design and drawing production is recommended.