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CATIA V6 | Mechanical Design & Engineering | Plastic Part Design

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Uploaded on Aug 30, 2010

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Combination of CATIA Live Shape's ease of use and Functional Modeling Part's know-how to create the plastic part directly from design surfaces coming from the design department.

Thanks to CATIA V6 Functional Modeling Part, mechanical engineers have the possibility to create the plastic shell directly from design surfaces coming from the design department.


CATIA Live Shape: "3D Sketcher"
Lifelike manipulation, intuitive user interface, direct 3D manipulation
Model naturally and quickly

Functional Modeling Part: Design for manufacturing
Reduced number of features: users can define ribs, holes, bosses, etc... faster than with standard feature-based modeling
Order-independent features: users have the freedom to focus on what to design rather than how to design it
Functional modeling makes it easier to capture design intent

Functional Modeling Part with CATIA Live Shape
Geometric shapes can be derived through the combination of behavioral features and a minimum of geometric construction
Combination of CATIA Live Shape's ease of use and Functional Modeling Part's know-how
Flexibility: any geometric element can be manipulated, history-free part construction, behavior-driven features that ensure that the product's design constraints are respected during the entire design process.
Speed and Productivity: easy and quick 3D geometry creation, use of functional behaviors encompassing multiple design functions to enable the user to design complex and robust products with a minimum of features.

CATIA V6 | Mechanical Design & Engineering | Plastic Part Design

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