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Tips And Techniques -how To Determine Required Motor Torque: A Tutorial With Catia V5 And Msc.dynami
The following is a tutorial illustrating how you can use CATIA V5 MSC.Dynamic Designer from MSC.Software to understand how much motor torque is necessary to drive an assembly through its range of motion. Tools necessary to complete this exercise are CATIA V5 R8 GA or SP2 and MSC.Dynamic Designer for CATIA V5.
Creating Hole and using Rectangular Pattern
This illustrated step by step tutorial shows how to use Hole tool and Rectangular Pattern tool.
Understanding positioned sketch
In this tutorial You will Learn about positioned sketch of CATIA V5. You will learn about - What is Positioned sketch? Creating Positioned sketch, Changing sketch support, Changing orientation of sketch, etc.
Getting started with CATIA V5
In this Video tutorial You will understand CATIA V5 user interface. Starting CATIA V5, Understanding Workbench, Understanding CATIA User Interface, Creating a New file, Saving a File, Opening an existing file, Manipulating Objects, etc.
Understanding sketcher terminology
In this tutorial You will Understand CATIA V5 Sketcher terminology.. You will learn about - What is sketch? What is Grid? What is snap? What is constraint? What are types of constraint? What is smart pick? etc.
Preparing CATIA for our work
In this tutorial You will get an idea about preparing CATIA V5 to our work. You will learn about - Customizing Start Menu, Customizing Tool Bars, Customizing Workbench, Changing Unit system, Understanding important options, Saving a File, etc.
Customizing Catia V5 With Accelerator Keys
A standard installation of CATIA comes with pre-assigned accelerator keys - also referred to as hot keys. Some commonly used hot keys are CTRL+S for File+Save, CTRL+Z for Undo, F1 to launch CATIA help etc. You can program your own accelerator keys for functions that you frequently use. This would provide quick access to the function with a key stroke combination.