Tech Tip: CATIA V5 Coupling Options for Multi-Section Solids

Technical Trainer, Trisha West, demonstrates how the four different coupling methods (ratio, tangency, tangency then curvature, and vertices) can affect your final multi-section, and how to use coupling curves in a complicated shape scenario.

The content from this video is covered in more detail in the Rand 3D training class, CATIA Introduction to Modeling

 

 

 

 

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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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