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CATIA V5 R17 V4 to V5 Transition

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Overview:
This course is intended to help CATIA users transition from v4 to v5. This course uses existing knowledge of v4 to help students understand exactly how v5 works. Key topics include: user interface, menus, toolbars, compass, basic commands, part design, drafting, workbenches, commands, views, specification tree, objects, layers, v4 models, parameters, formulas, reference features, sketcher, profiles, lines, circles, points, axes, constraints, dimensions, sketch operations, corner, chamfer, relimitations, 3D geometry, sketch analysis, sketch-based features, Boolean operations, transformations, patterns, assembly concepts, components, drawings, views, dress-ups, dimensions, and annotations.

Prerequisites:
Prior experience with CATIA V4 Solid Modeling and Drafting

Intended Audience:
Designers, Design Engineers and Manufacturing Engineers, with previous experience in CATIA V4, who need to understand how to create solids, assemblies and drawings using basic V5 functions: Part Design, Assemblies and Drafting.

Course Duration:
Not Available hours

Skill Level:
Basic

CATIA V5 R17 V4 to V5 Transition

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Overview:
This course is intended to help CATIA users transition from v4 to v5. This course uses existing knowledge of v4 to help students understand exactly how v5 works. Key topics include: user interface, menus, toolbars, compass, basic commands, part design, drafting, workbenches, commands, views, specification tree, objects, layers, v4 models, parameters, formulas, reference features, sketcher, profiles, lines, circles, points, axes, constraints, dimensions, sketch operations, corner, chamfer, relimitations, 3D geometry, sketch analysis, sketch-based features, Boolean operations, transformations, patterns, assembly concepts, components, drawings, views, dress-ups, dimensions, and annotations.

Prerequisites:
Prior experience with CATIA V4 Solid Modeling and Drafting

Intended Audience:
Designers, Design Engineers and Manufacturing Engineers, with previous experience in CATIA V4, who need to understand how to create solids, assemblies and drawings using basic V5 functions: Part Design, Assemblies and Drafting.

Course Duration:
Not Available hours

Skill Level:
Basic

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