CATIA V5 WIREFRAME SURFACE DESIGN TUTORIAL PDF

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cooperation with companion products such as CATIA Part Design, CATIA The CATIA Wireframe and Surface User's Guide has been designed to show you and Surface, the following tutorial aims at giving you a feel about what you can do. CATIA Version 5 Generative Shape Design allows you to quickly model both simple This tutorial shows you how to build a shape design from a basic wireframe model. . workbench will involve creating and modifying wireframe and surface. Various workbenches in CATIA V5 with surface creation tools are: 1. Wireframe and . in the Wireframe and Surfaces Design workbench of CATIA V5. To create a .. TUTORIALS. In this tutorial, you will create the model shown in Figure


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1. Wireframe and Surface Design. CATIA Training. Exercises phone body using the Wireframe and Surface Design and Part Design workbenches: Creating . CATIA: Advanced Surface Design Version 5, Release 20 Student Guide Revision June ASCENT - Center Surfacing Tools in CATIA V5. Surface Design Review. Chapter 2 Advanced Wireframe Elements. CATIA Wireframe & Surfaces. CATIA® V5R19 Generative Shape Design Workbench. There are a few workbenches in CATIA V5 that have wireframe and.

Create the line by selecting the two points, as shown in to Figure Figure The line created between two points on the sections Evaluation chapter. Choose the Multisections surface button from the Surfaces toolbar. The Multi-sections Surface Definition dialog box is displayed and you are prompted to select a curve. Select section 1, as shown in Figure The name of the selected entity is displayed in Curve selection area of the Multi-sections Surface Definition dialog box.

By default, a closing point is created. Move the cursor on the text Closing Point1 in the geometry area and right-click to invoke the contextual menu. Choose the Replace closing point option from the contextual menu and select the point on section 1 from the geometry area, refer to Figure Activate the Curve selection area by clicking on it and choose the Add button to select the next section.

You are prompted to select a curve. Select section 2 from the geometry area and replace the default closing point with the closing point given in Figure Next, click in the Guide selection area to invoke the selection tool; you are prompted to select a curve. Select the guide curve shown in Figure Choose the OK button from this dialog box to complete the multisection lofted surface.

Figure shows the multisection lofted surface. Invoke the Sketcher workbench by selecting YZ plane as the sketching plane.

Choose the Axis button from the Profile toolbar and draw a vertical axis passing though the origin. Next, draw the sketch, as shown in Figure and exit the Sketcher workbench Figure The axis and profile to be revolved 4.

Choose the Revolve button from the Surface toolbar; the Revolution Surface Definition dialog box is displayed. Select the profile to be revolved, if it is not already selected. The revolution axis drawn in the sketcher workbench is automatically selected and the preview of the revolved surface with default angle limits will be displayed in the geometry area. Figure shows the model, after creating the revolved surface and hiding the sketch. Invoke the Sketcher by selecting YZ plane as the sketching plane.

Draw the profile of the guides, as shown in Figure Click anywhere in the geometry area to exit the current selection set. Create a plane normal to the guide at the upper endpoint.

Invoke the Sketcher workbench, using Plane 2 as the sketching plane. Draw an ellipse, as shown in Figure Choose the Isometric View button from the View toolbar. Press and hold the CTRL key down, select the center point of the ellipse and the upper end point of the guide. Apply the Coincident Constraint between the two entities.

Choose the Sweep button from the Surface toolbar. The Swept Surface Definition dialog box is displayed and you are prompted to select a profile. Select ellipse from the geometry area. You are prompted to select a guide curve. Select the guide curve from the geometry area and choose the OK button from the dialog box to complete the swept surface.

Splitting the Swept surface The swept surface is extended beyond the revolved surface. Therefore, you are required to remove the unwanted portion of the swept, surface which is inside the jug. Choose the Split button from the Operation toolbar; the Split Definition dialog box is displayed and you are prompted to select the curve or surface to split.

Select the swept surface from the geometry area. Now, select the revolve surface as the cutting element. Choose the OK button to complete the split operation. The model will look similar to the one shown in Figure On rotating the view of the model, you will note that the unwanted portion of the swept surface is removed. Saving the File 1. Choose the Save button from the Standard toolbar; the Save As dialog box is displayed. Enter c09tut1 in the File name area. Choose the Save button from the Save as dialog box.

Tutorial 2 In this tutorial, you will create the model, as shown in Figure The drawing views and dimensions of the model are shown in Figure Expected time: 45min Figure The isometric view of the model The following steps are required to complete this tutorial: a. Start a new file in the Wireframe and Surface Design workbench. Create swept surface as the base feature, refer to Figures through Create the second swept surface, refer to Figures through Create the symmetry of the second swept surface, refer to Figure Create the multisection lofted surface, refer to Figures through Create the blend surface, refer to Figures and Create the fill surfaces, refer to Figure Drawing the Sketch for Base Surface First you need to draw the profile and the guide curve for creating the swept surface.

Invoke the sketcher workbench, selecting the XY plane as the sketching plane. Draw an ellipse, as shown in Figure , and exit the Sketcher workbench. Invoke the Sketcher workbench, selecting the ZX plane as the sketching plane.

Choose the Sweep button from the Surfaces toolbar; the Swept Surface Definition dialog box is displayed. The Explicit button is chosen in the Profile type area by default. If not, choose it, you are prompted to select a profile. Select the sweep profile from the geometry area; you are prompted to select a guide curve.

Select the guide curve from the geometry area and choose the OK button. The resulting swept surface, after hiding the sketches is displayed, as shown in Figure Figure The resulting swept surface Working with Wireframe and Surface Design Workbench Drawing Sketches for the Second Sweep Feature The second feature is also a swept surface hence a profile and a guide curve is required to create this surface.

Invoke the sketcher workbench by selecting the XY plane as the sketching plane. Draw the guide curve, as shown in Figure Exit the Sketcher workbench and click anywhere in the geometry area to clear the current selection set.

Create a plane normal to the guide curve at the upper endpoint of the line.

Draw the sketch of sweep profile, as shown in Figure Figure The sketch of the guide curve for creating the second sweep feature Figure The sketch of the sweep profile for creating the second sweep feature 7. Apply the Coincident constraint between the center of ellipse and the end point of the guide curve.

Exit the Sketcher workbench and click anywhere in the geometry area to remove the current selection set. Creating the Second Sweep Feature After drawing the sketches for the second sweep feature, you need to create the swept surface. Choose the Sweep button from the Surfaces toolbar. The Swept Surface Definition dialog box is displayed. If not choose it; you are prompted to select a profile.

Select the guide curve from the geometry area and choose the OK button from the Swept Surface Definition dialog box. The model, after creating the second swept surface, will look similar to the one shown in Figure Next, you will create a mirrored copy of second sweep feature.

Select Sweep. The Symmetry Definition dialog box is displayed and you are prompted to select the reference point, line or plane. Select the YZ plane from the Specification Tree. Hide OriginalSurfaces as shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—32 7. Hide the appropriate curves so that only the seven shown in Figure 1—33 are visible. Select the yz plane in the specification tree and show it.

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Edit the curve shown in Figure 1— Double-click on this curve Figure 1—34 3. The curve is a spline curve with a tangency condition applied to both ends. This is shown in the Tangents Dir column, as shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—35 4. Click to view the tangency references.

Select Extremum. Design For this end of the curve, a plane is used to defined tangency. If a Considerations plane is used as a Tangents Dir reference, the curve is normal to the selected plane at that end.

Figure 1—36 6. Right-click on Plane. Ensure that the two reference planes are visible in the model, as shown in Figure 1— These two reference planes should be visible. Figure 1—38 Task 4 - Create a spline curve with tangency. Show the NewSurfaces geometrical set. Ensure that Curves is the active work object. The specification tree and model display as shown in Figure 1— Define in work object Figure 1—40 4. Click Spline and select the two Extremum points that have been shown.

Select the appropriate reference planes to define tangency for each of the two points, as shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—41 6. Define NewSurfaces to be the work object, as shown in Figure 1— Define in work object Figure 1—42 2.

Click Fill and select the four boundary curves shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—43 3. Show OriginalSurfaces. Define the support for the three fill boundaries, as shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—44 5. Complete the fill surface. Create another fill surface using the five boundaries shown in Figure 1— Ensure that the adjacent surfaces are selected as support references. Define Tangent as the continuity type. Figure 1—46 7. Task 6 - Create a single surface feature.

Design Since your goal is to create solid geometry from a surface model, all Considerations surfaces extrude and fill need to behave as a single element for a thick surface feature creation to be successful. To help keep the geometry organized, you will insert a new geometrical set to hold the Join feature that will be created in this task.

Design The new geometrical set is positioned directly beneath the previously Considerations activated geometrical set. Click Join. Select any of the surfaces of the model. All nine surfaces should be listed in the Join dialog box, as shown in Figure 1— Listing order might be different in your model. Figure 1—49 6.

The join is added to the JoinedSurfaces body as shown in Figure 1— Hide all geometrical sets except for JoinedSurfaces as shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—51 Task 7 - Create solid geometry.

Activate the Part Design workbench. Define the PartBody to be the work object. Use Thick Surface to create a 2mm thick solid from Join. The completed model displays as shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—53 5. Save the file and close the window. Figure 1—54 Goal After you complete this exercise, you will be able to: 9 Use Slab surface modeling techniques 9 Perform surface operations 9 Create surface fillets 9 Project curves 9 Organize wireframe and surface data Task 1 - Open a part file.

Ensure that the model units are set to [mm]. Extrude is located in 1. Create an extruded surface using the following specifications: the Surface toolbar. Rename the completed extrude as [Wheel Extrude]. Figure 1—56 3.

Hide Wheel Well Sketch. Rename the completed offset surface as [Body Offset]. Body Offset Figure 1—58 6. Rename the completed offset surface as [Wheel Offset]. Click to 1. Hide Body Offset. Click Split. Select Wheel Offset as the element to cut.

The cutting elements are Body Offset, Swept Surface. The completed split displays as shown in Figure 1— Split surface Figure 1—60 3. Rename the split as [Wheel Outside Split]. Split Wheel Extrude.

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The cutting elements will be Body Offset, Swept Surface. Rename the split as [Wheel Inside Split]. Show Body Offset and Base. Split Body Offset. Rename the split as [Wheel Front Split]. Wheel Front Split Figure 1—62 9. Split Swept Surface. The cutting element is Wheel Outside Split. Rename the split as [Body Split]. Join displays in the 1. Join Swept Surface. Rename the Join as [Surface Join]. Projection displays 4. Create a projected curve using the following specifications: in the Wireframe toolbar.

Rename the completed project as [Projected Door Curve]. Projected Door Curve Figure 1—64 6. Repeat Step 4 using Front Project Sketch. Rename the projected curve as [Projected Front Curve]. Projected Front Curve Figure 1—65 7. Figure 1—66 If a color does not display 9.

Using the graphic properties, color the surfaces gray. Save the model. Using the Edge Fillet tool place fillets on the edges of the wheel well as shown in Figure 1— Right-click on Geometrical Set. The Group dialog box opens as shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—68 2. Select Wheel Extrude in the specification tree and every feature after it, as shown in Figure 1— Click in the Group dialog box. The specification tree displays as shown in Figure 1— Note that only the selected features display in the group.

This tool simplifies the specification tree. Figure 1—70 4. The wireframe and surfaces not in the group can be shown by right-clicking on Group-Geometrical Set. Figure 1—71 5. Right-click on Group-Geometrical Set. The specification tree only displays the features placed in the group. Save the model and close the file.

You use the mask functionality to create two mask states of the model. The third and final mask that you create will be used to return the model to a state that displays all geometry in the part.

Goal After you complete this exercise, you will be able to: 9 Create masks for a part file Task 1 - Open a part file. Figure 1—72 Task 2 - Create a mask. Click Mask in the Tools toolbar, as shown in Figure 1— Each side of the box has a green handle, as shown in Figure 1— Your bounding box could Green handles on each side of the box have a different orientation then the one shown.

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The bounding box is displayed relative to the orientation of the model. Use the cursor to select the handle shown in Figure 1— Select this handle Figure 1—75 3. Drag the handle to the location shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—76 4.

Note that Mask. Create another mask that results in the display shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—77 2. Click to complete the second mask. Task 4 - Set a mask to be current. Right-click on Mask. An active mask is indicated with a red icon, as shown in Figure 1— Figure 1—79 Task 5 - Set a mask to not be current.

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Figure 1—80 2.Select the sweep profile from the geometry area; you are prompted to select a guide curve. Select Blend. By clearing the Axis System selection box, the absolute axis system will be used to define the point.

For example, a point is added to the model, but not as an input to Group-Geometrical Set. The curve network is the backbone on which many surfaces are created.

Task 4 - Set a mask to be current. Create the fill surfaces, refer to Figure Drawing the Sketch for Base Surface First you need to draw the profile and the guide curve for creating the swept surface.

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