Offering Tips & Tricks for CATIA and Creo users
Learn how to transition macros from CATIA V5 to the 3DEXPERIENCE in the first blog in this series.
Learn about creating, opening, and saving files when transitioning macros from CATIA V5 to the 3DEXPERIENCE platform.
What if you want to program an operation that is not related to the type of content you’re working with? In the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, you have to use a service. Learn more in this blog.
Get an overview of the product modeler in the 3DXEXPERIENCE along with a comparison of how it works in CATIA V5.
Here we look at Part and the Drafting scripting in 3DX which is very similar to V5.
Learn how to use the new Posts tab functionality in Teams for creating posts and announcements to improve project communications.
Learn how to create group chats and use the new functionality related to searching, editing, replying, and sharing chat information.
Learn about a few new enhancements in Teams related to Team channels and zooming during a Screenshare in a Teams meeting.
Working with large assemblies has always been a problem in CAD. As the number of parts to open increases into the thousands, so does the time to load all the part files into the computer memory.
Learn how to create and apply material definitions in the 3DEXPERIENCE platform.
Look at how to use the Convert Surface command within a Sheet Metal part.
See how to use the Dressup command to apply parts to a Skeleton model and make a mechanism simulation out of those parts.
In this video we look at how to troubleshoot a Mechanism Representation that was created using engineering connections that someone else put together.
Maintaining design intent is crucial for efficient CAD design. By mastering these in CATIA V5, you pave the way for designs that are robust, flexible, and easy to manipulate.
Delve into the effective usage of the Boolean Add tool in CATIA V5, equipping you with the knowledge to bring your designs to new heights of creativity and precision.
Learn about the Boolean Remove tool: a game changer enabling you to subtract material from a solid body using another solid as the “tool.”
Boolean Trim tool enables you to trim portions of a solid using another solid as a guide. It’s a combination of the Boolean Add and Remove tool.
Streamline your design process, eliminate imperfections and craft exceptional 3D models with ease.
Learn about the Draft Tool which lets you add draft angles to your designs, a critical component in parts intended for mold manufacturing.