# CATIA V5R20 TUTORIAL PDF

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To create a point complete the following steps: If you find yourself in this situation use the Zoom tool on the tool bar at the bottom of the screen Figure 1. With this you are ready to create geometry! Continue to zoom in until the Primary Spacing and Graduations are distinguishable. On the Tools tool bar at the bottom right of the screen make sure the Snap To Point is on highlighted.

The starting point for your profile will be 1. You should be able to locate the 1.

Reference Figure 1. ZX and YZ. There will be two green dimension lines locating the point from the 0. Hit the Point 1. Notice New point a Point. The H: The dimension values should be one in the horizontal direction and one in the vertical direction. Type in 1 for the Vertical Constraints coordinate.

This tool allows you to select and snap to a location on the screen. Another way of specifying the location of the point is to type the location in the Point Coordinates: It will remain highlighted until you make another Figure 1. The green dimension lines constrain the point to that coordinate location Figure 1. Another problem with the broken link is that it creates an unclosed profile.

Connecting one entity to another is safer and easier when the Snap To Point icon is on. When you select the Line icon your mouse will be accompanied by a Target Selector. Using your mouse select Point. Unclosed profiles will be covered later in this lesson. The entities will not move together. Type in 1 for the H: For example.

When the Snap To Point icon is off you must be careful when connecting one entity to another. Complete the following steps to create line 1. This means the dotted lines represents. Click on the grid line intersection 1. The Tools pop up window will also up date to prompt for the end point.

If you can use the grid to locate the correct location do so. The lack of a shared point will make the entities unlinked. If you have any doubt where 1. Both entities must share the same common point. This will bring up the Tools pop up window as shown in Figure 1.

Line 1 should look like the one labeled in Figure 1. Highlight the entity to be deleted then select the Cut icon. This will create the bottom Line 2 horizontal line as shown in Figure 1. Repeat the same process described in Line 1 Steps 8. The Tools pop up window gives you more options than the ones covered in Step 8. Another option to a mistake is deleting it. Double clicking on the Line icon will allow you to create multiple lines without being required to repeatedly select the Line icon.

The Undo tool allows you to undo multiple steps. This can be done using the Cut icon also located at the bottom of the screen. The Undo icon is located at the bottom of the screen. If you make a mistake when creating one of the lines you can use the Undo icon. This will link the two entities together. Double clicking on the Line icon still requires you to select a Start Point and an End Point every time.

With the Line icon double clicked. The symbol is shown in Figure 1. If you are typing in the information to create a line you have the option of giving Polar Coordinate information.

This lesson does not require you to use this option. The End Point for line 3 is 2. Start Point 2.

This is a helpful tool. The lines created are separate entities. For the purpose of this lesson select approximately three Graduation lines from the left end point Figure 1. Create lines 4. The Profile. Select line 6 as shown in Figure 1. Move the mouse around to where you get the radius you want then select that point on the screen.

The connected lines will continue to be created with every point selected until you double click. The easiest way to verify this is to select the broken line.

The finished profile should look like Figure 1. In this step you will learn how to break a line.

## Learning CATIA v5

And 6 Using The 1. The line will highlight then select a location on the line where you want the line broken. To break line 6. Step 13 will instruct you on how to trim line 6 back to line1. Steps 12 through 16 give instruction on how to use additional tools to modify the entities you have created. Double clicking the Ending Point will end the Profile command.

Instead of selecting an End Point and a Starting Point for line creation. The line is now broken. You will notice as you drag the mouse button around the arc radius and location change. This particular exercise does not require any features with radii but the Profile tool has the ability to create them. Select the Measure icon then select apply to the line you want to measure. This would tell you how long the selected broken line is.

Select the left line Figure 1. See Figure 1. Extending line 6 past line 1 does not close the profile properly. To fix this problem select the Trim icon and select line 6 on the right side of line 1. The highlighted line will disappear Figure 1. This deleting erase process is similar in all windows functions Select here and applies to any entity you want to delete as long as it is highlighted.

If you were to exit Sketcher Work Bench at this point and try to extrude the profile you would get an error. It will highlight. Now select line 1. You could also select the Cut command from the top pull down menu under Edit or hit the Delete key.

The following instructions step you through the process of creating corners fillets. This tool modifies existing entities. If your radius dimension does not match the one shown below it is ok. Your part should now look similar to the part shown in Figure 1. Step 19 modifying constraints will supply us with the tools to make this radius exact.

## Sketcher Work Bench Tool Bars

This procedure assumes you know what a chamfer is. The value is the radius of the corner you just created. This is a two dimensional corner.

The steps required to create a chamfer are almost identical to creating a corner. Lesson 2 will explain another method of creating a corner using a Part Design Work Bench. The radius will have a green dimension with a value attached to it. One dimension is the chamfer length and the other is the chamfer angle.

This chamfer is a two dimensional entity. Elements can be anchored by completing the following steps. The Anchor tool restricts the entities movement in relationship to the coordinate location only.

You cannot modify the location of lines 1 and 2 because they are linked to Point. Line 1 and 2 are not truly anchored because the constraint is tied to their relationship to Point.

Lesson 2 also explains a method of creating chamfers on three-dimensional entities. For this lesson select line 6. The effect is the same. Constraints are restrictions on one entity to another entity. The chamfer has two green colored dimensions attached to it.

The green dimension lines that were created with Point. Line 1 and 2 can be modified in length only. It is the constraint values that tie Point. For this lesson use the bottom left quadrant. The length of the chamfer will shrink as you move it back towards the intersection. Notice that the entire profile expands and contracts as you drag the mouse button around.

Both dimensions have values attached to them.

Reference Step 19 modifying constraints on how to modify the values to exactly what you require for your chamfer. If you move the mouse to the top left quadrant you will notice the chamfer also moves to that quadrant.

You can restrict line 6 by Anchoring it. All the other lines can be modified in position. If you want to constrain the location of an entity without constraining any other entity the Anchor tool is a good option. As you select the line hold the mouse button down. Step 18 covers constraints in more detail. This will bring up the Constraint Definition pop up window. The purpose of this step was to give you a brief introduction to how CATIA V5 allows you to move and modify the sketched entities.

As variables become known constants you can constrain them. Hopefully this step will convince you that constraints can be a powerful tool. Allowing the quick and sometimes uncontrolled modification to a sketch can be a Figure 1.

It also introduces you to how to constrain the entities. The only way to fully understand all the tools available to you is to test them yourself. Notice that line 6 will turn green meaning that it is constrained and the Anchor icon also shows up on the line. Constraints keep the required relationships between the Sketcher entities that make up the profile. For this lesson select the Fix constraint.

As the design nears completion the ideas are being locked down. One reason is that you or any one else could accidentally select a line and move it out of position.

Elements can be anchored by completing the following steps.

For this lesson select line 6. This will bring up the Constraint Definition pop up window. For this lesson select the Fix constraint.

Notice that line 6 will turn green meaning that it is constrained and the Anchor icon also shows up on the line, this signifies what kind of constraint is applied Figure 1. Allowing the quick and sometimes uncontrolled modification to a sketch can be a Figure 1. As the design nears completion the ideas are being locked down, there are fewer variables.

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As variables become known constants you can constrain them. The purpose of this step was to give you a brief introduction to how CATIA V5 allows you to move and modify the sketched entities. It also introduces you to how to constrain the entities. The only way to fully understand all the tools available to you is to test them yourself. Step 18 covers constraints in more detail. One reason is that you or any one else could accidentally select a line and move it out of position, as you experienced in Step Constraints keep the required relationships between the Sketcher entities that make up the profile.

Hopefully this step will convince you that constraints can be a powerful tool. You have already applied a constraint and may not even know it. The Anchor icon in Step 17 is a constraint. The values attached to the Chamfer and Corner are constraints.

As the design nears completion the ideas are being locked down, there are fewer variables. As variables become known constants you can constrain them. The purpose of this step was to give you a brief introduction to how CATIA V5 allows you to move and modify the sketched entities.

It also introduces you to how to constrain the entities. The only way to fully understand all the tools available to you is to test them yourself. Step 18 covers constraints in more detail. One reason is that you or any one else could accidentally select a line and move it out of position, as you experienced in Step Constraints keep the required relationships between the Sketcher entities that make up the profile.

Hopefully this step will convince you that constraints can be a powerful tool. You have already applied a constraint and may not even know it. The Anchor icon in Step 17 is a constraint.

The values attached to the Chamfer and Corner are constraints. To apply Dimensional Constraints complete the following steps: This will bring up the Constraint Definition pop up window shown in Figure 1. This window shows the existing value for the Sketcher element.

This value can be edited by typing the new value over the existing value. Then select OK or hit the Enter key. The entity linked to the constraint will automatically be updated to the new value.Elements can be anchored by completing the following steps.

The Profile. After making your selection select OK. For example. Zakir Qureshi. If you move the mouse to the top left quadrant you will notice the chamfer also moves to that quadrant.

The actual process of extruding a profile adds what branch to the Specification Tree? The green dimension lines that were created with Point.

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