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Course Description


Course Name – CATIA
Schedule of course Duration-Full time & Regular
Weekend – Weekend Duration-4 Sunday[6Hrs Per Day]
Regular – One Month [2hrs per day]

Courses Overview:-

CATIA v5 is an Integrated Computer Aided Engineering tool which Incorporates CAD, CAM, CAE, and other applications .It is Completely re-written since CATIA v4 and still under development CATIA v5 is a native Windows application, User friendly icon based graphical user interface Based on Variation / Parametric technology, Encourages design flexibility and design reuse and Supports Knowledge Based Design The philosophy of CATIA is define as

A Flexible Modeling environment
◦ Ability to easily modify models, and implement design changes
◦ Support for data sharing, and data reuse
Knowledge enabled

◦ Capture of design constraints, and design intent as well as final model geometry
◦ Management of non-geometric as well as geometric design information The 3D Part is the Master Model
◦ Drawings, Assemblies and Analyses are associative to the 3D parts. If the part design changes, the downstream models with change too.

Courses Objectives :-

Chapter 1 :Introduction-

a. Dassault Systems & their products
b. CATIA, PLM & field of applications
c. Parametric / Feature based Modeling Concepts (Parent-child relations & associativity)
d. Supported file formats (open / import & save / export)
e. Syllabus modules
f. Starting CATIA its GUI (toolbars, specification tree, compass, menu bar)
g. Customization of workbench & entering into workbench
h. Mouse Navigation
i. General commands (new file, open, save, save as, close) & keyboard shortcuts
j. Design Intent

Chapter 2 :Sketcher

a. Customization & options
I) General
II) Display
III) Parameters & measure
IV) Mechanical Design Æ Sketcher
b. Entering the sketcher workbench
c. Toolbars
I) Workbench
II) Sketch tools
III) Standard
IV) Profile
V) Operation
VI) Constraint
VII) View
VIII) Properties
IX) Extra toolbars like Visualization, Selection, User selection Filter
d. Tips & Workshop 2

Chapter 3 :Part Design

a. Common toolbars like standard, view, workbench, selection
b. Sketcher
c. Sketch-based features
d. Dress-up features
e. Transformation features
f. Booleans operations
g. Reference elements
h. Constrains
i. Extra toolbars like knowledge, measure, apply material
j. Tips & Workshop

Chapter 4 :Assembly Design

a. Common toolbars
b. Product structure tools
c. Move & manipulating parts using compass.
d. Constraints
e. Assembly features
f. Update
g. Extra toolbars
h. Extra assembly related toolbars like catalogue, annotations, space analysis
i. Tips & Workshop

Chapter 5 :Wireframe and Surface Design

a. Common toolbars
b. Surfaces
c. Operations
d. Wireframe
e. Surface & solids (part) interaction Part Design Æ Surface-based Features toolbar
f. Extra toolbars
g. Tips & Workshop
Chapter 6 :Drafting

a. Page setup & customization
b. Layout & templates
c. Common toolbars
d. Generative design toolbars Æ Views & generate
e. Interactive design toolbars Æ geometry creation & geometry modification
f. Generation of “Bill of Material” & Auto dimension
g. Tools h. Dress-up toolbar
i. Dimensioning toolbar
j. Annotations toolbar
k. Extra toolbars
l. Tips & Workshop
Admission Procedure:-

• Registration Amount Rs-1000 for booking the eligible seat.
• Submitted passport size 2Nos of photo copy.
• Submitted Academy Certificate 2Nos
• Submitted Residential prove certificate Xerox copy [Voter ID or Pan Card].
• Attached Payment receipt Xerox copy.

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