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Course Outline: Learn Catia Mechanical Online via Instructor Led Program. In this course you can learn about GUI & Shortcuts, Sketcher workbench, Sketch based features, Dress-up features, Part workbench, Assembly constraints, Wire frame, Surface modeling, Sheet metal design, Standard Drafting Practices Multiple Joints, Generating Mechanisms, Simulating Mechanism, Sensors, Trace, Swept Volume, Interpreting Analysis Results, Interference Analysis, Exporting Interference Results Analysis and more (Note: We care for your schedule and so in this course a trainer will be assigned to the student enrolled and course will start as per student convenient date and timing )
CATIA is the World’s Leading Solution for Product Design and Experience. It is used by leading organizations in multiple industries to develop the products we see and use in our everyday lives. CATIA enables the creation of 3D parts, from 2D sketches, sheetmetal, composites, molded, forged or tooling parts up to the definition of mechanical assemblies. The software provides advanced technologies for mechanical surfacing & BIW. It provides tools to complete product definition, including functional tolerances as well as kinematics definition. CATIA provides a wide range of applications for tooling design, for both generic tooling and mold & die. An additional module named the aerospace sheetmetal design offers the user the capabilities of generative sheetmetal design and generative surface design.
CATIA stands for Computer Aided Three dimensional Interactive Application. The first release of CATIA was back in 1977 by Dassault Systemes, who still maintain and develop the software. CATIA was initially developed for use in designing the Dassault Mirage fighter jet. Over the years, CATIA has developed into much more than a CAD (Computer Aided Design) software package. It is now a software suite which incorporates the following capabilities;
Learn Catia for CAD, CAM and CAE. CAD (Computer Aided Design) allows 2D and 3D design. CAM (Computer Aided Manufacture) allows manufacturing processes to be designed for 3D model manufacture. CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) allows verification through analysis of 3D models:
CATIA currently stands at version level 6, better known as CATIA V6. The most widely used version of CATIA at present is CATIA V5, with CATIA V4 still being used in some industries, mostly in conjunction with V5.