design with wireframe and basic surface features. Starting Wireframe and Surface Design Workbench. Start a new session of CATIA and close the new product. Optimal CATIA PLM Usability for Wireframe and Surface The Wireframe and Surface workbench allows you to create wireframe construction elements during . There are a few workbenches in CATIA V5 that have wireframe and surface options. This class will focus on the Generative Shape Design workbench.
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Wireframe elements include point by coordinates, on plane, on curveline point-to-point, point-direction, normal toplane offset, angle, through 3 points, through line and point, offset through pointand curves splines 3D for instance.
A built-in assistant helps the user through the creation and modification of wireframe elements snap on geometry. It can also enrich existing 3D mechanical part design with wireframe and basic surface features.
CATIA – Wireframe & Surface
Under-constrained designs are allowed and over-constrained designs are possible. Features include cut, copy, paste, drag and drop, edit, zoom, pan, vertical and horizontal modes.
Its feature-based approach contributes to a productive and intuitive design environment where design methodologies and specifications can be captured and reused.
The Wireframe and Surface Structure Editor facilitates the capture of design intent and speeds up design changes.
Product Highlights Essential 3D geometric features to create wireframes and shapes Wireframe and Surface Structure Editor facilitates the capture of design intent and speeds up design changes Associative design in context allows concurrent work with user controlled associativity Timesaving management of design modifications Flexible post-design 3D parameterization Product Key Customer Benefits Elements and Features: The product provides the capability to isolate the geometry without its history, so it can be dynamically deformed with the FreeStyle applications.
When design changes are made, the user controls the propagation of modifications.
Post-design 3D parameterization can be performed during or following the design, by adding 3D constraints across features.