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My3DEXPERIENCE: Boost your CATIA V5 collaboration

Posted by Paul Adania on 27-Mar-2019 16:36:04

3DEXPERIENCE Social Collaboration Services R2019x FD01

Enhanced Collaboration Scenario: 

With the availability of 3DEXPERIENCE R2019x FD01, collaboration is enhanced between users taking advantage of Social Collaboration Services and CATIA V5. 

The new Share Folder - "Add to my Files" option in 3DDrive allows automatic synchronisation of folder content between user. 

Hereafter is a short scenario demonstrating how to use this new functionality to ease the collaboration.

 


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Topics: 3DEXPERIENCE, Dassault Systemes, Training, CATIA, My3DEXPERIENCE, Social Collaboration Services

#BeyondBIM2019

Posted by DTE on 27-Feb-2019 16:12:00

Current practice in architectural and engineering design involves workflow methods that can have many stages and steps that challenge the efficacy and quality of the design and construction process.  Unnecessary costs accrue through design collaboration delays and redesign or rework at any stage which challenges the business model of all participants.

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Topics: 3DEXPERIENCE, Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC), Building Information Modelling (BIM), Dassault Systemes, Training, CATIA

Modelling methodology in CATIA V5 Article Series

Posted by Alex Fernandes on 27-Sep-2018 16:13:10

Round-up

Over the past couple of months, we published a series of articles related to Modelling Methodology in CATIA V5.

The presented articles discuss the entire process for parts that are mainly prismatic in shape, with single body.

Multi-body and surface based modelling will be covered in future articles.

To recap, the topics and articles links are below:

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Topics: Dassault Systemes, Training, CATIA

3DEXPERIENCE Design Share Collaboration Tool

Posted by Justin Brash & Alex Fernandes on 19-Apr-2018 10:00:00

REAL-TIME COLLABORATION

In this short video you will see some of the powerful live collaboration tools of the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform in a scenario where two designers (Justin and Alex) are working on different parts within the same product.

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Topics: 3DEXPERIENCE, Various - CAD CAM FEA PLM, Dassault Systemes, Training, CATIA

CATIA Composer with Composite Part Data

Posted by Justin Brash on 05-Apr-2018 12:01:00

In this short video, see how CATIA Composer can import native CATIA V5 Composite parts, and preserve all of the Composite Design and Analysis data for use in creating rich 3D documentation.

A simple example of a CATIA V5 Composite part is used in the video, modelled using the 'Zone Approach' with one main laminate and four thicker, reinforcement laminates. 

Learn how to open and select the CATPart from your file browser and see how it replicates in Composer, with all the geometry included.  You will now have the ability to design and capture multiple scenes (or views) as well as create high quality key-frame based animations. 

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Topics: Various - CAD CAM FEA PLM, Dassault Systemes, Training, Composites, CATIA

Modelling methodology in CATIA V5 - Part 7

Posted by Alex Fernandes on 22-Jan-2018 11:00:00

Additional Rules

This is the seventh article of a series concerning how to implement and use modelling methodology in CATIA V5.

In this article, we will discuss additional rules to be considered when defining part files. This article closes the main set of modelling methodology for prismatic geometry driven parts, with single body.

Angle Bracket part - referred to in past articles on modelling methodolgy

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Topics: Dassault Systemes, Training, CATIA

Modelling methodology in CATIA V5 - Part 6

Posted by Alex Fernandes on 16-Jan-2018 13:28:02

Defining features

This is the sixth article of a series concerning how to implement and use modelling methodology in CATIA V5.

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Topics: Dassault Systemes, Training, CATIA

Training Certification - why do it?

Posted by Geoff Haines on 09-Jan-2018 14:20:30

How do you get recognition of your skills or you want to be involved in better work or been seen as making a difference - how do you show your difference?  

It’s all about having something unique that gives value to your employer.

  

Or if when job seeking how do you differentiate yourself from the rest of the pack? I had a friend who said you should draw pretty flowers on your CV! – whether he ever did that I don’t know, but in the competitive world we live you have to have a difference. That’s what sells. In sales jargon it’s called a Unique Selling Point, and when going for a job or looking to improve your position, that’s what you need.

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Topics: Various - CAD CAM FEA PLM, Dassault Systemes, Training, CATIA

Modelling methodology in CATIA V5 - Part 5

Posted by Alex Fernandes on 01-Dec-2017 12:48:41

The modelling stage

This is the fifth article of a series concerning how to implement and use modelling methodology in CATIA V5.

In this article, we will discuss the modelling stage in detail.

This is the second stage of the creation process; we already have all the elements defined in the Skeleton group, so now is the time to start modelling the solid geometry.

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Topics: Dassault Systemes, Training, CATIA

Modelling Methodology in CATIA V5 - Part 4

Posted by Alex Fernandes on 01-Aug-2017 09:00:00

Defining sketches

This is the fourth article of a series concerning how to implement and use modelling methodology in CATIA V5.

In this article, we will discuss methodology and rules for sketch definition.

Figure 1 - The skeleton geometrical set

We will continue using the same Angle bracket example part, introduced in previous articles.

In previous articles, we have discussed the skeleton and its internal structure and organization. The subsets are numbered so that the order of the subsets coincides with the order of element insertion, thus we can work sequentially inside the skeleton.

By this point, to start our article, we will consider that we have imported all necessary external data into our part and created all the necessary reference geometry.

All these elements are to be inserted in geometrical sets:

1. Input data and 2. Reference geometry.

As visible in figure-1, sketches are to be inserted inside geometrical sets:

3. Main sketches and 4. Auxiliary sketches, both inside the Skeleton.

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Topics: Dassault Systemes, Training, CATIA