Rendering a part is the last step for a final product. If you want to make a real look for your part, you should use this feature of CATIA application. The rendering time of a part or assembly is different depending to the settings and quality do you choose. For example, if you want to […]
CATIA V5 Tutorials
A short tutorial about how to design an assembly parametric using formula in CATIA V5. At first, you must establish the main parameters that will change the all structure of an assembly (in this case, a screw, a nut or washer). It is simple if you know what you want to do before you start. […]
In this article I will show you how to use Sectioning command in CATIA V5, how to export as a new Part to use also in Drawing and more. This command is very useful when you work with large assemblies and you want only a part to make some measurements or to make screenshots for […]
Drafting in CATIA V5 is second most used module in my opinion. You should know how to use this module if you want to bring the right dimensions of a part to be executed on CNC or other machine. When you design a part you must be permanently focused on how will be the part […]
An easy way to compare 2D drawings in CATIA V5 is to use CGM (Convergence Geometric Modeler). With this, you’ll see the differences between two 2D drawings superposed. What you need, it is only the .CATDrawings files to save in .cgm format to use this function.
The 4th CATIA V5 video tutorial comes with a little big more commands used to create the final part. At the first look, the execution drawing looks more complicated for a beginner, but instead is very easy to be created without big problems. You must only exercise your skills. For execution drawing of part #004 […]