# CATIA Tutorial Advanced Surface Design Theory Part1of7

July 16, 2017 | Author: sdfsdvadvadfvdfvfddf | Category: Tangent, Geometric Shapes, René Descartes, Topology, Differential Topology

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Contents Sketcher

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LESSON: Changing Sketch Position 1.1.1 Introduction . 1.1.2 Change Sketch Support 1.1.3 Positioned 1.1.4 Sliding ... 1.1 .5 Isolated . . 1.1.6 Procedure. 1.1 .7 Sequence: Example

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LESSON: Toolbar Profile - Spline 1.2.1 Introduction . 1.2.2 Spline icon . 1.2.3 Changing a Spline . . . . 1.2.4 Spline Definition panel, A 1.2.5 Spline Definition panel, B 1.2.6 Spline with tangents . . . 1.2.7 Spline with tangential continuity. 1.2.8 Connect icon . . . . 1.2.9 Selecting elements. 1.2.10 Connect with an arc 1.2.11 Continuity in point . 1.2.12 Continuity in tangency 1.2.13 Continuity in curvature . 1.2.14 The Connect Curve Definition panel. 1.2.15 Richtungspfeile bei Continuity in tangency 1.3 LESSON: Toolbar Profile - Conic 1.3.1 Introduction . . . . 1.3.2 Subtoolbar Conic 1.3.3 Ellipse . 1.3.4 Parabola by Focus 1.3.5 Hyperbola by Focus 1.3.6 Overview of conic sections 1 .3.7 Conic - Sketch tools . . . . 1.3.8 Conic section with two end tangents 1.3.9 Conic section with tangential intersection 1.3.10 Conic section with one end tangents 1.3.11 Conic section with 5 Points . . . 1.3.12 The Conic Curve Definition panel 1.3.13 Parameter . . . . . . . . . 1.3.14TIPPS . 1.4 LESSON: Toolbar Profile - Point 1.4.1 Introduction ... 1.4.2 Subtoolbar Point . . . . . 1.4.3 Point by Clicking . . . . . 1.4.4 Point by using Coordinates 1.4.5 Equidistant Points 1.4.6 Intersection Point 1.4.7 Projection Point

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1.4.8 Construction / Standard Elements 1.4.9 TiPPS . LESSON: Copy and Paste . 1.5.1 Introduction . . . . . 1.5.2 Cut/Copy & Paste . 1.5.3 Copies of Elements 1.5.4 Copies of Constraints 1.5.5 Copying Sketch Axes 1.5.6 Sequence: Copying Sketch 1.5.7 Sequence: Copying into Another Part Document LESSON: Overview Constraints. 1.6.1 Introduction ... 1.6.2 Constraint types . . . . . 1.6.3 Constraint icons . . . . . 1.6.4 Constraint - Constraints Defined in Dialog Box 1.6.5 Design intention '" 1.6.6 Sketch colors . . . . . 1.6.7 Reference dimension LESSON: Contact Constraint 1.7.1 Introduction . 1.7.2 Function Contact Constraint 1.7.3 Workbench Association ... 1.7.4 Usage of Contact Constraint 1.7.5 Procedure . 1.7.6 Modification of Contact Constraint LESSON: Auto Constraint 1.8.1 Introduction. 1.8.2 Purpose . 1.8.3 Procedure . 1.8.4 Repeat Mode . 1.8.5 Sequence: Automatic Dimensioning, A . 1.8.6 Sequence: Automatic Dimensioning, B . 1.8.7 Symmetry Lines 1.8.8 Constraint Mode . 1.8.9 TiPS . LESSON: Animate Constraint. 1.9.1 Introduction 1.9.2 Purpose . 1.9.3 Procedure . 1.9.4 Animate Constraint Panel 1.9.5 Parameters 1.9.6 Actions . 1.9.7 Options . 1.9.8 Hide constraints 1.9.9 Constraints 1.9.10 Kinematic . 1.9.11 TIPS . LESSON: Analysis in Sketch 1.10.1 Introduction . 1.10.2 Analysis Function .. 1.10.3 Workbench Association 1.10.4 Usage of Analysis .. 1.10.5 Sketch Solving Status . 1.10.6 Procedure . 1.10.7 Under-, Over- and Iso-Constrained 1.10.8 Sketch Analysis 1.10.9 Procedure . 1.10.1 OGeometry tab . 1.1 0.11Projections/lntersections tab. 1.1 0.12Diagnostic tab . . . . LESSON: Measure in Sketch

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1.11.1 Introduction . . . . . 1.11.2 Measure Funct'lon . 1.11.3 Workbench Association 1.11.4 Usage of Measure 1.11.5 Measure Between 1.11.6 Procedure . . . . . 1.11 .7 Custom izing Measure between 1.11.8 Measure . 1.11.9 Procedure. . . . . . . .. 1.11.1OCustomizing Measure .. 1.11.11Updating Measurements. 1.12 LESSON: The Tools Toolbar . 1.12.1 Introduction . 1.12.2 Overview . . . . . 1.12.3 Create Datum . . . 1.12.4 Only Current Body 1.12.5 Output features . . 1.12.6 Sketch Solving Status 1.12.7 Sketch Analysis 1.13 LESSON: Methods . . . . . 1.13.1 Introduction . . . . . 1.13.2 Number of elements 1.13.3 Outer and inner contours 1.13.4 Correct size. . . . . . . 1.13.5 Exaggerating sketches. 1.13.6 Sketch outside a solid 1.13.7 Draw elements apart. 1.13.8 Standard points ... 2

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LESSON: Overview References 2.1.1 Introduction . 2.1.2 Use . 2.1.3 Toolbar and Icons . 2.1.4 Reference Elements 2.1.5 Procedure. 2.1.6 Skeleton ... 2.1.7 Derivation .. 2.1.8 Create Datum 2.1.9 Advantages and Disadvantages 2.1.10 Subsequent Parameterization. 2.2 LESSON: Point, General. 2.2.1 Introduction .. 2.2.2 Application .. 2.2.3 Point function . 2.2.4 Procedure ... 2.2.5 Point types .. 2.2.6 Parameterization 2.2.7 Context Menu. 2.2.8 Modifications 2.2.9 Isolation .. 2.2.10 Constraints 2.2.11 Properties. 2.2.12 TIPS . . . . 2.3 LESSON: Point, Types. 2.3.1 Introduction. 2.3.2 Point type .. 2.3.3 Coordinates 2.3.4 On curve .. 2.3.5 Geodesic Euclidean 2.3.6 Reference Point ..

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2.3.7 Repeat object after OK 2.3.8 On plane with Planes. 2.3.9 On plane with Surface 2.3.10 On surface . 2.3.11 Circle / Sphere center 2.3.12 Tangent on curve . 2.3.13 Between . . . . . LESSON: Toolbar Points. 2.4.1 Introduction 2.4.2 Function. 2.4.3 Usage ... 2.4.4 Overview . 2.4.5 Workbench Association 2.4.6 Point . 2.4.7 Points and Planes Repetition 2.4.8 Creating Points, Planes ... 2.4.9 Panel Points & Planes Repetition 2.4.10 Extremum . . . . . . . 2.4.11 Procedure Extremum . 2.4.12 Optional Directions . 2.4.13 Panel Extremum Definition 2.4.14 ExtremumPolar . . . 2.4.15 Procedure . 2.4.16 Creating Polar Extremum . 2.4.17 Panel Polar Extremum Definition LESSON: Line, General 2.5.1 Introduction . 2.5.2 Application . 2.5.3 The Line Function 2.5.4 Procedure . 2.5.5 Line Types . 2.5.6 Parameterization 2.5.7 Line or Curve. 2.5.8 Context Menu. 2.5.9 Modifications 2.5.10 Isolation .. 2.5.11 Tree entry . 2.5.12 Constraints 2.5.13 Properties. 2.5.14 TIPS . . . . LESSON: Lines, Types. 2.6.1 Introduction. 2.6.2 Overview . . . . 2.6.3 Point-Point .. . 2.6.4 Point-point lines 2.6.5 Linked point-point lines 2.6.6 Point-Direction . . . . . 2.6.7 Angle/Normal to curve . 2.6.8 Repetition of Angle/Normal to curve 2.6.9 Tangent to curve, Mono-Tangent 2.6.10 Tangent to curve, BiTangent 2.6.11 Normal to surface 2.6.12 Bisecting . . . . 2.6.13 Start, End . . . 2.6.14 Up-to 1 & Up-to 2 2.6.15 Length Type .. 2.6.16 Mirrored extent 2.6.17 TIPS . LESSON: Axis . 2.7.1 Introduction .. 2.7.2 Extracted axes

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2.7.3 Procedure . 2.7.4 Reference element. 2.7.5 Circles and arcs .. 2.7.6 Ellipses and elliptical sections. 2.7.7 Long hole . 2.7.8 Rotation and cylindrical surfaces 2.7.9 Tree entry. 2.7.1 0 Properties . . . . . 2.7.11 TIPS . 2.8 LESSON: Plane, General 2.8.1 Introduction .. 2.8.2 Application .. 2.8.3 Plane Function 2.8.4 Procedure ... 2.8.5 Plane Types .. 2.8.6 Parameterization 2.8.7 Context Menu. 2.8.8 Modifications 2.8.9 Isolation .. 2.8.10 Tree entry. 2.8.11 Constraints 2.8.12 Properties. 2.8.13 TIPS . . . . 2.9 LESSON: Planes, Types. 2.9.1 Introduction ... 2.9.2 Overview . . . . . 2.9.3 Offset from plane . 2.9.4 Multiple Parallel Planes 2.9.5 Parallel through point 2.9.6 Angle/Normal to plane 2.9.7 Multiple angle planes 2.9.8 Through three points . 2.9.9 Through two lines .. 2.9.10 Through point and line 2.9.11 Through planar curve 2.9.12 Normal to curve 2.9.13 Tangent to surface . 2.9.14Equation . 2.9.15 Mean through points

2.9.16 TIPS . 2.10 LESSON: Sequential Planes 2.10.1 Introduction 2.10.2 Usage . 2.10.3 Overview . 2.10.4 Workbench Association 2.10.5 Repeat object after OK . 2.10.6 Plane System . 2.10.7 Overview Plane Systems 2.10.8 Planes Repetition . . . . 2.10.9 Points and Planes Repetition 2.10.100ptions . . . . . 2.11 LESSON: Plane System 2.11.1 Introduction 2.11.2 Function. . . .. 2.11.3 Procedure . . . . 2.11.4 Sequence: Plane System 2.11.5 Result . 2.11.6 Panel Plane System, A 2.11.7 Panel Plane System, B 2.11.8 Panel Plane System, C 2.11.9 Panel Plane System, D

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2.11.1 OPlane System Types . . . 2.11.11Typ: Regular symmetric . 2.11 .12Typ: Regular asymmetric 2.11 .13Typ: Semi-regular . . . . 2.11.14Typ: Irregular symmetric . 2.11 .15fyp: Irregular asymmetric 2.11.1 ECreating Semi-regular System. 2.11.17Sequence: Semi-Regular Plane System . 2.11.18Modifying Semi-Regular Plane System. 2.11.1 ~refix . 2.11.2OSubsets . 2.11 .21Creating Secondary Subset . LESSON: Points and Planes Repetition 2.12.1 Introduction . 2.12.2 Function. . . . . . . . . . . 2.12.3 Procedure. . . . . . . . . . 2.12.4 Sequence: Points, planes along open curve . 2.12.5 Result . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.12.6 Panel Points and Planes Repetition . 2.12.7 Along Open Curve . 2.12.8 By Point and Direction, Open Curve 2.12.9 Between Two Points, Open Curve . 2.12.1 GAlong Closed Curve . 2.12.11By Point and Direction, Closed Curve 2.12.12Between Two Points, Closed Curve. LESSON: Planes Repetition. . .... 2.13.1 Introduction . 2.13.2 Function. . . . . . . . . 2.13.3 Procedure. . . . . . . . 2.13.4 Sequence: Creating Parallel Planes 2.13.5 Result, Parallel Planes. . . 2.13.6 Sequence: Creating Angled Planes 2.13.7 Result, Angled Planes . 2.13.8 Panel Planes Repetition 2.13.9 Reverse Direction LESSON: Coordinate Systems 2.14.1 Introduction . 2.14.2 Coordinate Systems .. 2.14.3 Absolute coordinate systems 2.14.4 Procedure. . . . . . . . . . . 2.14.5 Example of creation of a coordinate system 2.14.6 Display . 2.14.7 Overview of the panel, A . 2.14.8 Overview of the panel, B . 2.14.9 Origin . 2.14.10X, Y, Z axes . 2.14.11X, Y, Z axis and the context menu 2.14.12Axis rotation . 2.14.13Euler angles .. 2.14.14Under the Axis Systems node 2.14.15Display modes . . . . . . . . 2.14.1 EChanging coordinate systems. 2.14.171solate . 2.14.18Modifying the definition 2.14.19TIPS . LESSON: Toolbar Tools 2.15.1 Introduction . 2.15.2 Overview . 2.15.3 Workbench Association 2.15.4 Function Update 2.15.5 Update Settings ...

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2.15.6 Icon Update All 2.15.7 Axis System . 2.15.8 Icon Axis System 2.15.9 Icon Show Historical Graph 2.15.1 OUsage of Show Historical Graph 2.15.11Working Support . 2.15.12Usage . 2.15.13Work on Support . 2.15.14Non-Planar Working Support 2.15.15Limited working support 2.15.16Panel Work On Support . 2.15.17Activate and Deactivate . 2.15.18Working Supports Activity 2.15.19Snap to Point 2.15.2CPlane System . 2.15.21Create Datum . 2.15.22Advantages and Disadvantages 2.15.23femporary Analysis Mode . 2.15.241nsert Mode . . . . . 2.15.251nsert Mode, Split and Trim .. 2.15.2a