Introduction of CATIA:
CATIA is a parametric three-dimensional application software used for product design. It offers a complete engineering toolset within a single working environment. A multi-platform 3D software which seamlessly creates solids, surfaces and sheet metal using a single interface.
CATIA unites 3D parametric features with 2D tools and also addresses every design-to-manufacturing process. CATIA is used in a variety of industries throughout the world. These include Aerospace, Appliances, Architecture, Automotive, Construction, Consumer Goods, Electronics, Medical, Furniture, Machinery, Plastics, and Shipbuilding.
Scope of Course CATIA:
The proficient course in CATIA teaches you how to create solids, surfaces, assemblies, drawings, and sheetmetal parts with CATIA. You will also learn about the software's powerful parametric modelling tools, photorealistic rendering tools, and advanced functionality for surface models. Training will be given in the following key skills:
Understand and use of capabilities of CATIA Kinematics
Work on the functions followed in the Kinematics Workbench
Define the mechanism using an existing assembly
Simulate the mechanism
Perform analysis of kinematics
Analyse the mechanism for clashes
Formulate the sequence of multiple mechanism
Career Prospects / Job Roles after CATIA:
CATIA is widely used in the industry to improve design quality through greater accuracy and reduce design errors. Students well versed in CATIA are placed in industries such as:
CATIA DesignerDesign Engineer - CATIAMechanical Design Engineer - CATIACATIA Modeler3D modeler
Syllabus for CATIA Courses in Hyderabad
Introduction: What is CATIA V5, Design Intent, System Requirements, Getting Started, Understand the CATIA Interface, Workbenches, Menus and Toolbars, Finding Tools, Specification Tree, Compass, Graphic Properties,
Understanding View Manipulation: Fly mode, Fit All In, Pan, Rotate, Zoom In, Zoom Out, Normal View, Multi
Understanding Standard Toolbar: New, Open, Save, Save Management, Print, Cut, Copy, Paste, Undo, Redo
Introduction to Sketcher
Entering Sketcher Workbench: Basic Sketching, Positioned Sketching
Profile Creation Using: Profile, Predefined Profile, Circle, Spline, Conic, Line, Point, Axis
Understanding Sketch Tools
Creating Construction/ Standard Element
Applying Geometrical/ Dimensional Constraints
Understanding User Selection Filter toolbar
Understanding Visualization Toolbar
Cut part by Sketch Plane
3D Element visualization
2D Element visualization
Editing Profile using: Corner, Chamfer, Relimitations, Transformation, 3D Geometry
Understanding Constraints: Constraints, Constraint Creation, Contact Constraint, Fix together, Auto Constraint, Animate Constraint, Edit Multi – Constraint
Introduction to Part Design
Creating Sketch-Based Features: Pad Definition, Drafted Filleted Pad Definition, Pocket Definition, Drafted Filleted Pocket, Shaft Definition, Groove Definition, Hole Definition Creating Reference Element: Plane Definition
Creating Sketch-based Feature: Rib Definition, Slot Definition, Stiffener Definition, Solid Combine Definition
Applying Dress-Up Features: Edge Fillet Definition, Variable Fillet Definition, Chordal Fillet Definition, Face-Face Fillet Definition, Tritangent Fillet Definition, Chamfer Definition
Creating Sketch-Based Features: Multi-Sections Solid Definition, Removed Multi-Section Solid
Applying Dress-up Features: Draft Definition, Draft Reflect Line Definition, Variable Angle Draft Definition, Shell Definition, Thickness Definition, Thread/Tap Definition, Remove/Replace Face Definition
Creating Surface-Based Features: Split Definition, Thick Surface Definition, Close Surface Definition, Sew Surface Definition
Creating Reference Element: Point Definition, Line Definition
Creating Transformation Features: Transformation Definition, Rotation Definition, Symmetry Definition, Axis to Axis Definition, Mirror Definition, Pattern – Rectangular/ Circular Pattern Definition, Scale Definition.
Introduction to Assembly Design: Understanding Top Down & Bottom Up Approach
Understanding Product Structure Tools: New Component, New Product, New Part, Existing Component, Existing Component with Positioning
Understanding Constraints Toolbar: Coincidence Constraints, Contact Constraints, Offset Constraints, Angle
Introduction to Sheet metal Design: Understanding Sheet metal Parameters
Understanding Views Toolbar: Fold/Unfold, Multi viewer, Views Management
Creating Walls: Wall, Wall on Edge, Extrusion, Swept Walls- Flange, Hem, Tear Drop, User Flange
Creating Rolled Walls: Hopper, Free from Surface, Rolled Wall
Understanding Bending Operations: Bend / Conical Bend, Bend from Flat, Unfolding/ Folding, Point or Curve
Wireframe and Surface Design, Introduction to Surface Design
Understanding Wireframe Toolbar: Point, Point and Planes Repetition, Line, Axis, Polyline, Plane, Planes
Creating Surfaces: Extruded Surface Definition, Revolution Surface Definition, Sphere Surface Definition
Trim & Split Definition
Creating Surfaces: Cylinder Surface Definition, Offset Surface Definition, Fill Surface Definition, Multi-Sections
Creating Sweep Surface: Swept Surface Definition using profile type - Explicit, Line, Circle, Conic
Introduction to Drafting
Creating New Drawing File
Creating Projection Views: Front view, Un folded view, View from 3D, Projection, Auxiliary, Isometric, Advanced Front view
Creating Sectional Views: Offset Section view, Aligned Section view, Offset Section Cut, Aligned Section Cut
Creating Details Views: Detail, Sketched Detail Profile, Quick Detail, Sketched Quick Detail Profile
Creating Dimensions Using: Dimensions, Chained Dimensions, Cumulated Dimensions, Stacked Dimensions,
FAQs on Catia Course
Why Should I Learn CATIA Course At BK ENGINEERING?
CATIA Course in BK ENGINEERING is designed & conducted by CATIA experts with 8+ years of experience in the CATIA domain
Only institution in India with the right blend of theory & practical sessions
In-depth Course coverage for 40+ Hours
More than 5,00 + students trust BK ENGINEERING
Affordable fees keeping students and IT working professionals in mind
Course timings designed to suit working professionals and students
Interview tips and training
Resume building support
Real-time projects and case studies
What are the modes of training offered for this CATIA Course?
We offer this course in “Class Room, One to One Training, Fast Track, Customized Training & Online Training” mode. Through this way you won’t mess anything in your real-life schedule.
Can I Access the Course Material in Online?
Yes We Provide Lifetime Access for Student’s Portal Study Materials, Videos & Top MNC Interview Question.
Will I Be Given Sufficient Practical Training In CATIA ?
Our courseware is designed to give a hands-on approach to the students in CATIA . The course is made up of theoretical classes that teach the basics of each module followed by high-intensity practical sessions reflecting the current challenges and needs of the industry that will demand the students’ time and commitment.
Work On Live Projects?
The entire CATIA training has been built around Real Time Implementation
You Get Hands-on Experience with Industry Projects, Hackathons & lab sessions which will help you to Build your Project Portfolio.
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What Will Be The Size Of A CATIA Batch At BK ENGINEERING?
We at BK ENGINEERING believe in giving individual attention to students so that they will be in a position to clarify all the doubts that arise in complex and difficult topics. Therefore, we restrict the size of each CATIA batch to 5 or 6 members.
What if I miss one (or) more class?
No worries. BK ENGINEERING assure that no one misses single lectures topics. We will reschedule the classes as per your convenience within the stipulated course duration with all such possibilities. If required you can even attend that topic with any other batches.
Bhargava Krishna Marripati
Meet our experienced Mechanical CAD instructor, with over 8 years of industry experience in the field of Mechanical Design Engineering. With a background in both theoretical and practical applications of CAD software, our instructor is well-versed in all aspects of mechanical design, including 3D modeling, assembly, and analysis. Throughout their career, they have honed their skills in various CAD programs, including Solidworks, AutoCAD, Catia, and NX, just to name a few.
If you're looking for an experienced instructor to help you achieve your goals in the field of Mechanical CAD, look no further. Our instructor is committed to providing you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in the competitive world of Mechanical Design Engineering.
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