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In CATIA Kinematics, you'll learn about the use of laws to simulate motion using a single parameter in this on-demand session.
See how to create a CATIA V5 or CATIA V6 adaptive sweep surface and explore additional advanced surface creation elements that give you more control over capturing the true intent of complex geometry.
See how you can use Creo Parametric's Standard Offset, Expand, With Draft, and Replace Surface Features.
In this video, Technical Trainer Trisha West shows the two methods of creating a manikin motion file: a simulation using saved manikin postures in a catalog, and creating a track with a manikin object
In this video, Technical Trainer Trisha West steps you through placing an object near the manikin, executing a manikin hand grasp and attach the object to the manikin. To learn more about this topic,
Get an introduction to CATIA's Product Engineering Optimizer (PEO) workbench, which provides engineers with easy-to-use tools that can be used to optimize any type of data.
Learn the basics of how to replace set datums with datum feature symbols in Creo Parametric 4.0.
See the basics of how to create a Scene in CATIA V5 and explore its uses in Assembly and Drawings.
See the basics of how to create a Creo Parametric Sweep feature and explore advanced options.
Technical Trainer, Trisha West demonstrates the complexities behind the Creo Parametric blend function, including the importance of start point alignment and adding a blend vertex. This topic is cover
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 coupli
Follow along as Technical Trainer, Trisha West, discusses how to create, manage and apply scenes on assemblies in CATIA V5. Also discussed is the difference between full and partial overload modes an
When creating or editing features using Creo Parametric, you may need to select a chain of edges or curves that are related either by tangency or a common vertex. Join Rand 3D Technical Trainer, Natas
Starting in Creo Parametric 4.0, when using an object/action workflow, you can use 2D box selection in combination with the selection filter settings to select only items of the same type related to t
In Creo Parametric, you can use the CTRL and SHIFT keys in the same way you would with a Microsoft Office application, such as Word. • In the main graphics window or the model tree, you can press and
When using Creo Parametric, it is recommended that you review a list of all of the entities that can be queried based on where the cursor is located. One way to query items is to use the Next and Prev
When detailing a Creo drawing, you can convert a diameter dimension to a linear dimension or convert a linear dimension that denotes diameter of geometry to a diameter dimension. Step 1. Select the
Performing a static clash in CATIA is a powerful tool that can detect areas of interference, contact and minimum clearance violations. In this video, we break down how to set up, read your clash analy
By default, CATIA will not alert you to an interference between part files during a Kinematic simulation. To resolve this, watch as 3 methods of detecting clash are covered in this video, as well as a
Technical Trainer, Trisha West, 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 (Generati