It provides an extensive set of tools for creating and modifying mechanical surfaces used in the design of complex shapes or hybrid parts. Its feature-based approach offers a productive and intuitive design environment to capture and reuse design methodologies and specifications. These include wireframe elements: point, line, angle, plane, curves, circle, bi-tangent, tri-tangent, through and trimmed , spline, parallel curves, corner on plane, connect 3D, spiral sphere, intersection and projection. Standard and advanced surface features include extrude, revolute, sweep, including segment and circle , offset including skin and fill. Both standard and advanced combinations of elements use associative transformation, including symmetry, scaling, translation, affinity, extrapolation and fillet.
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The guiding curve 1 curve must lie completely on this reference surface, except if the latter is a plane. Select a guide curve, and a reference surface to which the sweep is to be tangent. With reference curve Length 1 With tangency surface: Select a guide curve, a reference curve, and key in an angle value. Two limits: Select two guide curves. You can enter one or two length values to define the width of the swept surface.
Basic freestyle Surface modeling techniques In this tutorial I am going to discus some basic free style surface modeling techniques. Set up blueprints in Catia v5 by Sketch Tracer tool. Addng Formulas In Catia. So that you can take reference easily within Catia v5 environment. If you have more questions, please use this form.
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