Learn about the extruded features based off of a sketch.
- [Narrator] Here I want to talk about…making our first solids.…We're going to be using the Pad operator.…You'll notice that with Pad,…you will have the universe,…which is called pocket.…Pad creates and adds material,…pocket removes material.…You also have, shaft and groove,…which we'll be discussing in the next lecture,…and whole, and various other options…with ribs and slots and such.…So for every positive polarity feature,…you have a negative polarity feature.…Now, you see we have our sketch.…
I'm going to go ahead and select our Pad icon,…select my sketch,…and automatically based off of this sketch,…you can see here my sketch profile,…my length of 20, it determines the vector direction.…Remember when you pick a sketch,…you're picking the planer face or an actual plane.…The normal off of the plane becomes the vector…for the pad direction.…You can use by selecting more…a different direction, but by default…it is normal to profile.…
So if you have a tooling direction that you need to use,…then you can come and specify…
- Working with the CATIA v5 UI
- Understanding the menus
- Part visualizations
- Part design workflow
- Creating a sketch
- Basic editing
- Creating and editing sketch curves
- Part design
- Measures and analysis
- Building a project
Skill Level Beginner
Rapid Prototyping for Product Designwith Gabriel Corbett1h 38m Intermediate
Product Design: From Sketch to CADwith Jean Gorospe1h 16m Intermediate
Design Foundations: Physical Materialswith Scott Clear1h 31m Intermediate
1. Introduction to CATIA v5
2.The CATIA v5 User Interface
3. Part Design Workflow
4. Sketch Options and Settings
5. Creating and Editing Sketch Curves
6. Part Design
7. Measures and Analysis
8. Building a Product
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