Benjamin Reese, on Mar 25, 2014 1:29:00 PM
Benjamin Reese, on Mar 11, 2014 10:49:00 AM
This is especially helpful for those using 3DCS Variation Analyst CAA V5 Based, DCS's fully integrated tool for CAIA V5-V6.
This month's Tips & Tactics covers CATIA V5's Tolerance Advisor to assist with adding Tolerances, working with GD&T and with adding and modifying Datums.
Tolerance Advisor is a helpful tool in CATIA V5 that assists with GD&T and Tolerances. With a few clicks, Tolerance Advisor can help the user add GD&T, link surfaces and add other characteristics to their model.
This brief tutorial will walk through a few common uses of the Tolerance Advisor.
Well, it’s summer vacation for kids at least, and instead of heading off to catch a bus to school every morning they watch their parents jet out the door to a place called "work". But as an engineer, it can seem impossible to explain to your kids what you do most days of the week without losing their attention.
You'll find these most helpful if you use 3DCS Variation Analyst CAA V5 Based, the fully integrated solution with CATIA V5-V6.
When building a CATIA assembly with joints and/or constraints, there are a few key rules to keep in mind.
Rules for Building an Assembly
1. Know which assembly or sub-assembly to build in.
a. Parts that need specific measurement controlb.
b. Parts that make up a sub-assembly need
to be controlled/constrained within that sub-assembly