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CATIA V5 Online Training

A comprehensive library of CATIA V5 online self-paced courses and assessments. Trust our industry leading experts from Tata Technologies as they provide in-depth instruction and practice along with our Try It exercises. Earn i GET IT Learning Points and earn Certificates for completing your training courses. Browse through our full list of CATIA V5 courses below.

All CATIA V5 Courses Included in:

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Overview: This course is designed to introduce users to the fundamentals of Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) in CATIA V5. Key topics more...include: User interface review (compass, objects, views, file operations), evaluation tools, measure tools, CAM interface, tool changes, machine rotation, machining axis system, post processor, transformation, NC management, NC operation, NC status, tool path, NC verification, collision detection, queue management, milling, pocketing, facing, profile contouring, axial machining, drilling, tapping, reverse threading, boring, reaming, counter bore, counter sink, roughing, resources, prismatic machining area, and prismatic rework.
Duration: 32 hrs. Skill level: Intermediate

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Overview: This course is designed to introduce users to the advanced manufacturing in CATIA V5. Key topics include: Trochoid  milling o more...peration, 4-axis pocketing, Plunge Milling, 4-axis Curve Sweeping, Pencil, Advanced Finishing, Stiffener, Contour driven and Multi-Axis machining strategies like, Multi-Axis Drilling, Multi-Axis Sweeping. Multi-Axis Contour driven. Multi-Axis Tube Machining, Multi-Axis Spiral Milling, Multi-Axis Curve Machining, Multi-Axis Flank Contouring, Multi-Axis Helix Machining and Probing strategies like, Holes or Pins Probing, Slots or Ribs Probing, Corner Probing, Multi-Points Probing.
Duration: 10 hrs. Skill level: Intermediate

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Overview: This course is designed to introduce users to the fundamentals of Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) in CATIA V5. Key topics more...include: User interface review (compass, objects, views, file operations), evaluation tools, measure tools, CAM interface, tool changes, machine rotation, machining axis system, post processor, transformation, NC management, NC operation, NC status, tool path, NC verification, collision detection, queue management, milling, pocketing, facing, profile contouring, axial machining, drilling, tapping, reverse threading, boring, reaming, counter bore, counter sink, roughing, resources, prismatic machining area, and prismatic rework.
Duration: 32 hrs. Skill level: Intermediate

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Overview: This course is designed to introduce users to the fundamentals of Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) in R17. Key topics inclu more...de: CAM interface, compass, objects, views, file operations, evaluation tools, measure tools, tool changes, machine rotation, machining axis system, post processor, transformation, NC management, NC operation, NX status, tool path, NC verification, collision detection, queue management, milling, pocketing, facing, profile contouring, axial machining, drilling, tapping, reverse threading, boring, reaming, counter bore, counter sink, roughing, resources, machining areas, prismatic machining, and prismatic rework.
Duration: Not Available hrs. Skill level: Intermediate

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Overview: Dive into the world of CAM! If you want to become an effective CAM user in a cost-effective manner, our Basic Manufacturing c more...lass is for you! Get directly to the heart of this dynamic application and make the most of it! Avoid costly mistakes by tapping into our pool of CAM expertise. Reinforce what you learn by completing projects that allow you to make decisions just as you would on the job. Don't just learn about CAM, really make this tool your own!
Duration: Not Available hrs. Skill level: Intermediate

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Overview: Cadpo offers a Designing Injection Molded Parts course to provide learning focused on the basics of creating plastic injectio more...n molded parts. You discover the importance of uniform walls, draft angles, and shaping the part for good material flow. But this course is not just about being able to design a part. Students learn to use the best CATIA features for the plastic part process in ways that apply the necessary design principles. These principles are critical in meeting the challenges of production speed and economics. Numerous in-class projects give you experience of creating real plastic parts using functions common to plastic mold design, such as snaps, ribs, bosses, and cores. The class begins by teaching you to build basic parts like hand-held electronics. By the end of the class, you are learning to style parts using basic surfaces for more unique designs such as a vacuum cleaner or a computer-housing unit.
Duration: Not Available hrs. Skill level: Basic