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CATIA V5-6R2015: Advanced Surface Design 2nd Edition
Total number of pages: 626
Total Hours: 24
The CATIA: Advanced Surface Design student guide expands on the knowledge learned in the CATIA: Introduction to Surface Design student guide by covering advanced curve and surface topics found in the Generative Shape Design Workbench. Topics include: advanced curve construction, advanced swept, blend and offset surface construction, complex fillet creation, and the use of laws. Curve and surface analysis are introduced to validate the student’s geometry. Tools and methods for rebuilding geometry are also discussed. As with the CATIA: Introduction to Surface Design student guide, meeting model specifications (such as continuity settings) remains forefront in introducing tools and methodologies.
- Surface Design Overview
- Advanced Wireframe Elements
- Curve Analysis and Repair
- Swept Surfaces
- Blend Surfaces
- Adaptive Sweep
- Advanced Surface Fillets
- Alternative Filleting Methods
- Duplication Tools
- Knowledge Templates
- Surface Analysis and Repair
- Offset Surfaces
- Project Exercises
CATIA V5-6R2015: Introduction to Surface Design is recommended.