CATIA is a multi-platform software suite for computer-aided design, computer-aided manufacturing, computer-aided engineering, PLM and 3D, developed by the French company Dassault Systèmes, From 3D sketching, subdivision surface, Class-A modelling to 3D printing, reverse engineering, visualization and experience, CATIA Design/Styling provides all the solutions for design creativity, surface excellence and product development.
Types of projection:
Concepts of projection and standard methods used in India.
File type and compatibility:
Native file formats and interoperability with other software.
Terms to be used:
Software specific terms used in training.
Setting up the basic working environment for users.
Sketch creation with constraints:
Creating basic sketches with constraints) to aid in part modelling.
Feature-based Part design with parameters:
Creating parts with parameters in the 3D workspace. Includes Boolean operation to aid in designing complex parts.
Multi-body part design:
Create parts using multi-body parts. It's a part of the feature-based part design.
Catalogue creation with design table:
Creation and usage of the catalogue for standard parts using design tables
Creating an assembly using both top-down and bottom-up approach.
Creating a technical drawing with custom made templates.
Generative shape design:
Creating shapes and surfaces with splines and curves.
Simulate Kinematic linkages in the assembled part and animate the working model. Introduction to Kinematic analysis using CATIA.
Simulat part motions for assembly and maintainability issues. It addresses the design review environment of Digital Mock-Ups (DMU).
Render images of the assembled product with material properties. Render videos of the rendered parts, both fitting and kinematics included.