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CATIA V5 Part Design
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? This tutorial is an introduction to Part Design. Message ? This tutorial illustrates how CATIA can ?Design precise 3D mechanical parts with an intuitive and flexible user interface ?Accommodate design requirements for parts of various complexitiesfrom simple to advanced ?Apply the combined power of feature-based design with the flexibility of a Boolean approach Duration ? 45 minutes Product Coverage © 1997 – 2001 DASSAULT SYSTEMES ? Part Design IBM Product Lifecycle Management Solutions / Dassault Systemes Page 2 Scenario Major Steps Here are the major steps of the scenario: Step 1 ? Add a new Part body Step 2 ?Create a Shaft feature Step 3 ? Create a Tap Step 4 ? Create a Circular Pattern Step 5 ? Create a Union Trim Step 6 ? Create an Edge Fillet feature Step 7 © 1997 – 2001 DASSAULT SYSTEMES ? Create a Pad feature Step 8 ? Create a Hole feature Step 9 ? Thread / Tap Analysis IBM Product Lifecycle Management Solutions / Dassault Systemes Page 3 Settings 1/2 Depending on your needs, you may have to modify the CATIA V5 settings (units, default directory, visualisation parameters, etc…) In order to use the appropriate settings for this tutorial, you have two possibilities: 1. Do the following operations (simplest one): ? Do not forget to put this folder (CATSettings) in read mode: ? Select the folder (CATSettings) ? Click mouse button 3 then click on Properties and uncheck the Read-only Attribute ? Select all the files in the folder ? Click mouse button 3 then click on Properties and uncheck the Read-only Attribute...

CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD Help - Sycode

CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD Help Welcome to CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD Help! This help file provides all the information you need to understand and use CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD. Click the links below or use the Contents tab on the left to browse help topics. You can also scroll the topics on the above right hand pane. The CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD help file is divided into the following sections:  Introduction - Introduction to CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD.  Command Reference - Quick reference of all the commands added by CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD.  Tutorial - Tutorial to get you started in the shortest possible time. If you need any additional information please contact SYCODE. Note: • Please refer to the section "Loading Instructions" in the ReadMe file to load CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD plug-in file into the AutoCAD environment. • Please read the License Agreement before using the software. 1 Introduction CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD is a CATIA V5 file import plug-in for AutoCAD. This plug-in gives AutoCAD the ability to import 3D data from CATIA V5 part and assembly files. CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD creates true 3D solids in AutoCAD which can then be edited using AutoCAD’s solid modeling tools just like any other 3D solid. This plug-in does not need CATIA V5 to be installed on the computer or on the network. CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD is powered by the widely used 3D InterOp technology from Spatial. 3D InterOp is the industry standard for proprietary CAD file format data exchange and is used in almost all the major CAD systems. Besides data exchange 3D InterOp also offers powerful repairing and healing features which are extensively used in CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD. Repairing involves checking the file for corrupted data and fixing the invalid data. Healing corrects the differences in precision. CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD also creates a detailed log file which is extremely useful in identifying data translation problems and aids in locating and fixing errors. CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD can import CATIA V5 .CATPart, .CATProduct and .cgr files from CATIA V5 R6 to CATIA V5 R19. It uses authentic libraries from Dassault Systems to read CATIA V5 files. CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD is designed to work with the following versions of AutoCAD: • AutoCAD 2011 (32 & 64 Bit) • AutoCAD 2010 (32 & 64 Bit) • AutoCAD 2009 (32 & 64 Bit) • AutoCAD 2008 (32 & 64 Bit) • AutoCAD 2007 • AutoCAD 2006 • AutoCAD 2005 • AutoCAD 2004 • AutoCAD 2002 • AutoCAD 2000i • AutoCAD 2000 CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD is very easy to use. Once installed, it must be loaded into the AutoCAD environment. There are simple instructions for this in the ReadMe file. Once loaded it adds new commands to AutoCAD's existing commands and a new submenu called "CATIAV5Import" to the AutoCAD menu containing these newly added commands. CATIA V5 Import for AutoCAD comes with detailed documentation as well as a tutorial to get you started in the shortest possible time. If you need any additional information please contact SYCODE.

CATIA V5 Tutorials in Mechanism Design and ... - SDC Publications

In this tutorial you create a slider crank mechanism using a combination of revolute and cylindrical joints. You will also experiment with additional plotting utilities in CATIA. 1 Problem Statement A slider crank mechanism, sometimes referred to as a three-bar-linkage, can be thought of as a four bar linkage where one of the links is made infinite in length. The piston based internal combustion is based off of this mechanism. The analytical solution to the kinematics of a slider crank can be found in elementary dynamics textbooks. In this tutorial, we aim to simulate the slider crank mechanism shown below for constant crank rotation and to generate plots of some of the results, including position, velocity, and acceleration of the slider. The mechanism is constructed by assembling four parts as described later in the tutorial. In CATIA, the number and type of mechanism joints will be determined by the nature of the assembly constraints applied. There are several valid combinations of joints which would produce a kinematically correct simulation of the slider crank mechanism. The most intuitive combination would be three revolute joints and a prismatic joint. From a degrees of freedom standpoint, using three revolute joints and a prismatic joint redundantly constrains the system, although the redundancy does not create a problem unless it is geometrically infeasible, in this tutorial we will choose an alternate combination of joints both to illustrate cylindrical joints and to illustrate that any set of joint which removes the appropriate degrees of freedom while providing the capability to drive the desired motions can be applied. In the approach suggested by this tutorial, the assembly constraints will be applied in such a way that two revolute joints and two cylindrical joints are created reducing the degrees of freedom are reduced to one. This remaining degree of freedom is then removed by declaring the crank joint (one of the cylindrical joints in our approach) as being angle driven. An exercise left to the reader is to create the same mechanism using three revolute joints and one prismatic joint or some other suitable combination of joints. We will use the Multiplot feature available in CATIA is used to create plots of the simulation results where the abscissa is not necessarily the time variable.

Tool Catalog Definition Tutorial
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Tool catalogs are useful when creating CNC machining code because they allow the user to directly import tools into their tool paths without having to define them each individually. When the library is defined for a specific machine shop, the user knows exactly what tools are available for use. Both lathe and mill tools can be held in one library. In this tutorial, you will learn how to define a tool library inside excel. From there you will convert the excel file into a functioning tool library inside CATIA. If you are only interested in importing a modified tool library into CATIA, skip to step III. ► Please note that this tutorial will reference the “NC Manufacturing Infrastructure – Machining Resources” help file within CATIA. To access this file, open “CATIA V5 Help” page. Go to the home screen. Under “Machining”, select “NC Manufacturing Infrastructure”. Under “Reference Information” it the top window, select “Machining Resources” I. Define tool library inside Excel A. Open Excel 2007 B. Save the file without using the spaces in the name. Use either underscores or capital letters to distinguish between different words C. Define First Level Chapter ► Chapters are used to create subcategories inside you tool library. ► This excel document is essentially computer code that CATIA will read. Everything typed in this code must be typed perfectly. CATIA is word, case, and space sensitive. It is not format sensitive, so you may resize, color, or comment your cells however you would like. 1. In first box (A1) , type “CHAPTER” 2. Type “NC_RESOURCES” in the next box in the row (B1) ► This tells CATIA that you want to define a new chapter called “NC_RESOURCES” D. Format the boxes a) Resize the boxes so that you can see the text in both boxes b) Change the fill color of the two boxes so that you can easily tell what level of code you are working with. 2. On the next line down (line 2), type “Keywords” and “Name” in the first two boxes ► This says that in this chapter, Column A will define the tool chapter’s keyword, and column B defines the name of the chapter. 3. On the following line (line 3), type “Types” and “String” ► This says that everything that follows will be imputed as a string

3 Axis Mill Machining Tutorial - University of Idaho

This tutorial will walk you through the process of generating machine code for the University of Idaho Mechanical Engineering Department’s two CNC Mills. It start with a predefined part and ends with functioning G-code for both the machines. The part is designed to introduce you to many different machining processes and the variations in those processes in CATIA. Please note that this code is designed to be machined into wax. Do not use the speeds, feeds, or tool stopovers presented for any other material except wax. The accompanying CATPart can be found in the same location as this tutorial. I. Create the Stock A. Open CATIA V5 B. Open the “Part Design” Workbench C. Save your part in a new file 1. Select “File->Save” 2. Navigate to the a directory of your choice 3. Create a new folder called “Car Mill Demo” then open it 4. Call your part “Stock” 5. Hit “Save” D. Open a new sketch on the “xy plane” E. Draw a rectangle with the bottom left corner at the origin 1. Make the rectangle 4.3 inches wide and 2.3 inches tall ► These dimensions are dictated by the actual dimensions of your stock. You can change these later and CATIA will update the machining operations appropriately. This will be discussed later in this tutorial. F. Exit the sketch G. Pad the sketch to “Length” of 1.4 inches H. Change the block properties to make it red and transparent 1. Right click “Part Body” in the design tree 2. Select the “Graphic” tab 3. In the color drop down, select red 4. Move the transparency slider to about 100 5. Hit “OK” I. Change the part number 1. Right click “Part1” in the design tree 2. Select “Properties” 3. Select the “Product” tab 4. Change the part number field to read “Stock” 5. Hit “OK” J. Save and close the part II. Create Machining Assembly A. Open the “Assembly Design” Workbench B. Change the part number of the assembly to “Machining Assembly” ► Do this the same way you did for the stock C. Add the stock to the assembly 1. Select “Existing Component” button 2. Select “Machining Assembly” in the Design Tree 3. Navigate to your saved “Stock.CATPart” and open it...

CATIA V5 Introduction User Guide - C CARD

CCARD Ltd is an independent consultancy offering CAE hardware and software installation and customisation services, specialising in CATIA and I-DEAS systems. CCARD also specialises in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), and supplies, installs and supports OFTP/Odette based ISDN or TCP/IP solutions. In order to continue to provide its customers with the best products and support, CCARD has negotiated exclusive access to a CATIA V5 Introduction User Guide, of unique quality and effectiveness, which is ideal as a cost-effective self-study tutorial. CCARD can be contacted either by telephone on 024-76-226888 by emailing or via our website at This extract from the CATIA V5 Introduction User Guide Includes the contents and index pages, together with the full initial worked example, overviews and summary of all examples, of the complete 134 page spirally bound manual. Provides an illustration of the style and content of this and other CATIA V5 User Guides compiled and published by The CAD/CAM Partnership - the leading independent CATIA specialist in the UK. Assumes the availability of a CATIA V5 workstation with a configuration license (such as ‘MD2’) and also familiarity with the CATIA V5 interface, such as use of the mouse buttons and command icons, in order to follow the initial worked example provided as an isolated sample.

Chapter 1 Drawing Sketches in the Sketcher ... - CATIADOC

Drawing Sketches in the Sketcher Workbench-I Learning Objectives After completing this chapter you will be able to: • Understand the Sketcher workbench of CATIA V5. • Start a new file in the Part workbench and invoke the Sketcher workbench. • Set up the Sketcher workbench. • Understand some important Sketcher terms. • Draw sketches using some of the tools available in the Sketcher workbench. • Use some of the drawing display tools. THE SKETCHER WORKBENCH Most of the components designed using CATIA are a combination of sketched features, placed features, and derived features. The placed features are created without drawing a sketch, whereas the sketched features require a sketch that defines the shape of the sketched feature. Generally, the base feature of any design is a sketched feature. For example, refer to the solid model of the Link shown in Figure 1-1. The base sketch to create this solid model is shown in … STARTING A NEW FILE When you start CATIA V5R13, a new Product file with the name Product1 is displayed on the screen, as shown in Figure 1-3. Close the Product1 file and start a new file in the Part Design workbench. You will learn more about the Product files in the later chapters. After choosing Close from File menu, the start screen of CATIA V5 is displayed. Choose Start > Mechanical Design > Part Design to make sure that you are in the Part Design workbench. Now, to start a new file in the Part Design workbench, choose File from the menu bar. The New dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-4. Select Part from the List of Types list

myV5 Release 1.1.x -- Starter Application for CATIA V5--Tutorial

S TEP - BY -S TEP -T UTORIAL Orientation Symbols Used in this Tutorial For better orientation in the manual the following symbols are used: Warning triangle The warning triangle refers to critical circumstances , which should be considered i m p e r a t i v e l y in order to avoid s e r i o u s problems in your work.. Hint symbol The light bulb relates to hints , which provide you with practical examples to simplify your work.. Note symbol The hand symbol relates to notes , which you should pay attention to in order to assure that you can work without problems . Info symbol The info symbol relates to background information . It guides through an example for most common usage under WINDOWS. The differences to the use under UNIX are minimal. For UNIX the user requires only to take into account the particularities of this operation system (syntax etc.). NOTE To be able to work on this example, the following working environment is prerequisite: (1) WINDOWS-PC with installed CATIA V5 on it; (2) installed JAVA-runtime-Environment V 1.2.2 or higher; (3) if need be, CATIA license server; (4) if necessary, TransCAT VDFS-Prozessor; (5) if necessary, DC-Start-Tool. HINTS • To make your work with XML files easier, we recommand to use the opensource MXL editor XERLIN that can be downloaded from: This editor is written in JAVA, and runs as well under WINDOWS as under UNIX. Before downlading, please, pay attention to the license conditions. The use of a XML editor would help you to avoid errors when writing the XML file (which often occur when writing XML text using a simple editor.)

CATIA V5 Overview
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Tutorial 1A Enter CATIA by double-clicking its icon on the desktop. (If a license menu pops up), select ED2 and close CATIA. Then reopen again. By default, a empty “Product” file is created. But now, you don’t need this, just select “File/Close” on the menu. You are going to draw a machine arm as below:Select ‘Start/Mechanical Design/Part Design”on the menu bar. If you’re using Catia V5R16, uncheck “Enable Hybrid Design” and then click “ok”. An empty part is now created on “Part Design” workbench. You can see a specification tree at the upper left-hand corner and xyz datum planes in the middle of the screen . Tutorial 1A To reset the layout of workbench:• Sometimes the workbench may not be tidy before you use; some toolbars are missing and some are at wrong positions. To reset the layout, select “View/Toolbars/Customize” and select “Toolbar/restore position” on the pop-up window; Close and exit. To rename the tree:• Single-click “Part1” on the tree, right-click it, and then select “Properties”. • Modify Part Number as “front_arm” on the tab page “Product”. • Select “ok” to exit . 10) You will build three-dimensional basic surfaces by using two-dimensional sketches defined in the Sketcher Workbench. 11) To enter the sketcher workbench start by clicking on the sketch icon. 12) Select the plane in which you want to draw the sketch. In this case select the YZ plane. 13) As soon as you click on the plane the screen rotates to a dark blue. This indicates that you are in the two-dimensional environment. You will also notice that the Structure Tree also changes indicating that a new Sketch has been generated. 14) Notice also that in the Sketcher workbench the toolbars and the layout also changes. 15) Using the spline tool draw a spline by clicking point by point. 16) Double click to end the spline. 17) Exit the Sketcher by clicking in the exit button located in the top of the screen. 18) Back in the Generative Shape Design workbench you can see the sketch you just created. 19)Follow the procedure to create a similar sketch in Plane.1, the first plane you created. 20) This spline should be created in a different sketch. The program creates a new sketch in the Structure Tree. ...


1) In this tutorial you will practice how to build basic surfaces from two dimensional elements. You will use the Generative Shape Design and the Sketcher workbenches 2) Start by launching the CATIA Software. The PRODUCT design workbench appears as a default interface. On the top is the Workbenches toolbar. Access the Generative Shape Design Workbench by: a) clicking once the indicated icon or b) Find the command in the Start pull-down menu. 3) Once you enter the Generative Shape Design you can see how the Structure Three has changed to Part.1; it also contains the basic structure: a) Reference planes b) Part Body and c) Open body.1. The part design host surface and solid components, as well as all two dimensional entities. 4) Around the screen you can find the Toolbars for construction of threedimentional entities: points, lines, planes, splines. CREATING A PLANE: 5) Start by clicking once in the plane icon. A dialog box called plane definition appears with the options and parameters. From the to select offset from plane option and select the YZ plane. The selected plane highlights indicating that the selection has been made. 6) A plane appears both in the screen and the the Structure Tree. Type in the distance you want the new plane to be located. 7) Once all parameters have been defined click apply to update the screen. If you are satisfied click OK. The dialog box closes and the plane in defined. 8) If the parameters are incorrect you can make the necessary adjustments and see the changes by clicking Apply before clicking OK 9) Once the plane is defined it can be redefined by: a) double click on the plane; and b) double click in the corresponding name in the Structure Tree. The same definition dialog box appears...