CATIA  stands for Computer Aided Three-dimensional Interactive Application which is a Modelling software released in 1977 by Dassault System. Software is developed on C++ platform. Presently this is the only software which has the capability of CAD, CAM and CAE because of its feature as it has N number of work benches.

Learn CATIA to make your career in design & modelling industry. Fields like Automobile, Petroleum, Fabrications use CATIA as it has proved to be a success in their field due as it has a feature of dynamic modelling. We state that CATIA has wide usage across, to name a few industries which can’t be a success without such softwareare Aerospace, Appliances, Architecture, Automotive, Construction, Electronics, Medical, Machinery, Mold and Die, and Shipbuilding and even in NASA's design of the Space Shuttle.

CURRICULUM

INTRODUCTION TO CATIA V5

  • CATIA V5 Workbenches
  • System Requirements
  • Getting Started with CATIA V5R21
  • Important Terms and Definitions
  • Understanding the Functions of Mouse Buttons
  • Toolbars
  • Hot Keys
  • Colour Scheme

DRAWING SKETCHES IN THE SKETCHER WORKBENCH-I

  • 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, Grid Settings
  • Understanding Sketcher Terms
  • Specification Tree
  • Snap to Point
  • Construction/Standard Element
  • Select Toolbar
  • Inferencing Lines
  • Drawing Sketches Using Sketcher Tools
  • Drawing Display Tools

DRAWING SKETCHES IN THE SKETCHER WORKBENCH-II

  • Other Sketching Tools in the Sketcher Workbench
  • Editing and Modifying Sketches
  • Constraining Sketches and Creating Base Features
  • Concept of Constrained Sketches
  • Applying Geometrical Constraints
  • Analysing and Deleting Over-Defined Constraints
  • Exiting the Sketcher Workbench
  • Creating Base Features by Extrusion
  • Creating Base Features By Revolving Sketches
  • Dynamically Rotating the View of the Model
  • Modifying the View Orientation
  • Display Modes of the Model
  • Creating Sections Dynamically

REFERENCE ELEMENTS AND SKETCH-BASED FEATURES

  • Importance of Sketching Planes
  • Reference Elements
  • Other Sketch-Based Features

CREATING DRESS-UP AND HOLE FEATURES

  • Advanced Modelling Tools

EDITING FEATURES

  • Editing Features of a Model
  • Measuring Elements

TRANSFORMATION FEATURES AND ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-I

  • Transformation Features
  • Working With Additional Bodies
  • Adding Stiffeners to a Model
  • Generating Solid Combine

ADVANCED MODELING TOOLS-II

  • Advanced Modelling Tools

WORKING WITH THE WIREFRAME AND SURFACE DESIGN WORKBENCH

  • Need of Surface Modelling
  • Wireframe and Surface Design Workbench
  • Creating Wireframe Elements
  • Creating Surfaces
  • Operations on Shape Geometry

EDITING AND MODIFYING SURFACES

  • Surface Operations
  • Solidifying Surface Models

ASSEMBLY MODELING

  • Assembly Modelling
  • Creating Bottom-up Assemblies
  • Creating Top-down Assemblies
  • Editing Assemblies

WORKING WITH THE DRAFTING WORKBENCH-I

  • The Drafting Workbench
  • Type of Views
  • Generating Drawing Views
  • Generating the Exploded View
  • Working with Interactive Drafting in CATIA V5
  • Editing and Modifying Drawing Views
  • Modifying the Hatch Pattern of Section Views

WORKING WITH SHEET METAL COMPONENTS

  • The Sheet metal Component
  • Setting Sheet Metal Parameters
  • Introduction to Sheet Metal Walls
  • Creating Extrusions
  • Creating Swept Walls
  • Creating a Bend
  • Bend From Flat
  • Folding and Unfolding Sheet Metal Parts
  • Creating Flat Patterns of Sheet Metal Components
  • Viewing a Sheet Metal Component in Multiple Windows
  • Using Views Management
  • Stamping











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