CATIA V5 Tip: DMU Sectioning exported curve and its limitations in accuracy

By Trisha West

 

Join Rand 3D Technical Trainer, Trisha West, as she demonstrates the limitations of the DMU Sectioning exported curve, how to adjust the accuracy with internal settings, and comparing these setting to the GSD's (Generative Shape Design) intersection command.

The content from this tip is taken from two Rand 3D training classes:

 

 

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Trisha West

Technical Training Engineer<br><br>Trisha is a full-time trainer at Rand 3D, teaching clients how to get the most out of their CAD software. She graduated with a degree in Aerospace Engineering from Ohio State University and spent 2 years working on communication satellites before joining the Rand 3D team. Trisha is a Dassault Systèmes Certified Expert in CATIA V5 Mechanical Design, Shape Design, and Digital Mock-Up. This certification validates the skills and competence in part/assembly/surfacing design in CATIA V5 and its DMU (viewing) workbenches.

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