Education Curriculum Combined Specialist

Education Curriculum Combined Specialist
Education Curriculum
Combined Specialist
Invest your time in imagining next generation
designs. Here’s what we will teach you to give shape
to your imagination.
CATIA Combined Specialist Course
CATIA Mechanical Design Engineering provides users with world-class tools
to design simple to highly complex products. It expands 3D design to user
communities outside of the design office, addressing each profile with the
right tools. This covers a wide range of operations such as part design, parts
positioning, automated mechanisms design, live kinematics simulation,
assembly drawing generation, photorealistic images creation, etc.
CATIA cover the entire shape design, styling and surfacing workflow, from
industrial design to Class A. Our intuitive and easy to use shape design tools
give everyone involved in the product design process, from industrial
designers, Class A modellers to Aero Lofting engineers, a real freedom to
design any kind of complex shape. CATIA enables creative designers, design
studios and engineering departments to work collaboratively in optimizing
their products for aesthetic and engineering purposes.
Certificates Offered
a. CATIA Course Completion Certificate (Attendance Based)
b. CATIA V5 Associate - Part Design (Qualification Based)
c. CATIA V5 Associate - Assembly Design (Qualification Based)
d. CATIA V5 Associate - Surface Design (Qualification Based)
e. CATIA Mechanical Designer Specialist(Qualification Based)
f. CATIA Mechanical Surface Designer Specialist(Qualification Based)
Certification Examination Details
Certification
Duratio
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No of
Questions
Maximum
Score
Passing
Score
CATIA Part Design
Associate
105
min.
10
155
105
CATIA Assembly
Design Associate
105
min.
9
155
105
CATIA Surface Design
Associate
120
min.
18
200
135
CATIA Part Design Associate
Module 1: Basic Features of CATIA
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Introduction to CATIA V5
CATIA V5 Workbenches
Important Terms & Definitions
Understanding the Function of Mouse and Hotkeys
Toolbars & Colour Scheme
Module 2: Basic Features of Part Modelling
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Introduction to Sketcher Workbench
Understanding Sketcher Terms
Drawing Sketches Using Sketcher Tools
Drawing Display Tools
Other Sketching Tools in Sketcher Workbench
Editing & Modifying Sketches
Concept of Constraints & Applying Geometrical
Constraints
Module 3: Sketch Based Features
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Extrude Features: Pad, Multi Pad, Drafted Filleted Pad, Apply Thickness
CUT Features: Pocket, Multi Pocket, Drafted Filleted Pocket
Revolving Features: Shaft, Thin Shaft, Groove
Extruding & Revolving Planar & Non Planar Faces
Reference Elements: Reference Plane, Reference Point, Reference Line
Projection of 3D Elements on a Plane
Dynamically Rotating the View of the Model using Rotate Tool, Compass
Modifying the View Orientation & Display Modes of the Model
Creating Sections Dynamically
Assigning a Material to the Model & Measuring Weight
Module 4: Dress-Up and Editing Features
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Hole, Fillet, Chamfer, Draft, Shell Feature
Editing Features of a Model
Editing the Sketch of a Sketch Based Feature, Redefining the Sketch Plane
Managing Features & Sketches Using Cut, Copy, Paste & Delete
Deactivating, Activating the Deactivated, Reordering Features
Defining Feature in Work Object, Understanding the Parent Child Relationships
Measuring Elements: Inertia, Items, Measuring between Elements
Module 5: Advanced Part Modelling
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Translation, Rotation, Creating Symmetry
Transforming the Axis System
Mirroring Features & Bodies
Rectangular Patterns, Circular Patterns, User Patterns
Uniform & Non-uniform Scaling
Inserting a new body & Features in the new body
Applying Boolean Operations to Bodies
Applying Stiffeners to a Model
Generating Solid Combine
Rib, Slot, Multi-section Solid, Multi-section Cut
CATIA Assembly Design Associate
Module 1: Basic Features of Assembly Modelling
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Types of Assembly Design Approach
Bottom Up Assembly: Inserting Components, Moving & Applying Constraints
Deleting Components, Replacing Components
Editing Components Inside an Assembly
Editing Subassemblies Inside an Assembly
Editing Assembly Constraints
Simplifying the Assembly & Interface Detection
Sectioning & Exploding an Assembly
Module 2: Advanced Assembly Modelling
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Creating Base Part in the Top-Down Assembly
Creating Subsequent Component in the Top-Down Assembly
Creating Subassemblies in the Top-Down Assembly
Module 3: Drafting and Detailing
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Introduction to Drawing Work Bench & Working With Interactive Drafting
Type of Views, Generating Drawing Views, Generating the Exploded View
Editing & Modifying Drawing Views
Modifying the Hatch Pattern of Section Views
Inserting Sheets in the Current File
Inserting the Frame and the Title Block
Adding Annotations to the Drawing View & Editing Annotations
Generating the Bill of Materials (BOM)
Generating Balloons
Curriculum for CATIA Surface Design
Module 1: Wireframe and Surface Design Workbench
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Introduction to Wireframe & Surface Design Workbench
Creating Wireframe Elements, Circle, Spline, Helix
Extruded Surfaces, Revolved Surfaces
Creating Spherical, Cylindrical, Offset, Sweep & Fill Surfaces
Creating Multi-Section Surfaces & Blended Surfaces
Operations on Shape Geometry, Joining, Splitting & Trimming
Module 2: Editing and Modifying Surfaces
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Creating Projection Curves, Intersection Elements
Healing Geometries, Disassembling Elements
Un-trimming Surfaces or a Curve, Creating Boundary Curve
Extracting Geometry, Transformation Features
Extrapolation Operation, Splitting a Solid Body with a Surface
Adding Thickness to a surface
Creating a Solid Body from a Closed Surface Body
Sewing a Surface to a Solid Body
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