Learn a basic history of CATIA and about its users.
- [Instructor] What is CATIA? CATIA stands for computer-aided three-dimensional interactive application. It was originally released back in 1977 by Dassault Systems, who still maintain and develop the software. CATIA was initially developed for use in designing of the Dassault's 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: CAD, computer-aided design, CAM, computer-aided manufacturing, and CAE, computer-aided engineering.
The computer-aided design allows 2D and 3D designs. The computer-aided manufacturing allows you to simulate manufacturing processes based off of the design and the computer-aided engineering allows verification through analysis of the 3D models.
- 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
Design Foundations: Physical Materialswith Scott Clear1h 31m Intermediate
Product Design: From Sketch to CADwith Jean Gorospe1h 16m 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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