Introduction to CATIA

CATIA stands for Computer Aided Three Dimensional Interactive Application. The first release of CATIA was back in 1977 by Dassault Systems, who still maintain and develop the software. CATIA was initially developed for use in designing the Dassault Mirage fighter jet. Over the years, CATIA has developed into much more than a CAD (Computer Aided Design) software package. It is now a software suite which incorporates the following capabilities; CAD, CAM and CAE. CAD (Computer Aided Design) allows 2D and 3D design.

CAM (Computer Aided Manufacture) allows manufacturing processes to be designed for 3D model manufacture. CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) allows verification through analysis of 3D models. CATIA currently stands at version level 6, better known as CATIA V6. The most widely used version of CATIA at present is CATIA V5, with CATIA V4 still being used in some industries, mostly in conjunction with V5. It is written in the C++ programming language.

ADVANTAGES OF CATIA

  • Mechanical Engineering: CATIA allows the creation of 3D areas, from 3D images, sheetmetal, compounds, shaped, made or pedaling areas up to the meaning of technical devices. The application provides advanced technological innovation for technical appearance & BIW. It provides tools to complete product meaning, such as functional specifications as well as kinematics meaning. CATIA provides an extensive variety of applications for pedaling style, for both general pedaling and mold & die.
  • Design: CATIA offers a treatment for form style, styling, appearance work-flow and creation to create, modify, and confirm complicated innovative shapes from commercial style to Class-A appearance with the ICEM appearance technological innovation. CATIA facilitates several levels of product style whether started from scratch or from 2D images. CATIA v5 is able to read and produce STEP format files for reverse technological innovation and surface recycling.
  • Systems Engineering: The CATIA Systems Engineering remedy provides a unique start and extensible techniques technological innovation growth system that fully combines the cross-discipline modelling, simulator, confirmation and business process support needed for creating complicated ‘cyber-physical’ items. It allows organizations to evaluate demands for changes or develop new items or system versions utilizing a specific performance centered techniques technological innovation approach. The perfect remedy is details the Design Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) needs of users creating today’s smart items and techniques and consists of the following elements: Requirements Engineering, Systems Structure Modeling, Systems Actions Modeling & Simulation, Settings Control & Lifecycle Traceability, Automobile Included Systems Development (AUTOSAR Builder) and Industrial Automated Systems Development (ControlBuild).

Course Content and Syllabus for CATIA Training in Allahabad

  • Module 01: History of CATIA
  • Module 02: Why CATIA is important
  • Module 03: Applications
  • Module 04: System requirement
  • Module 01: Interface
  • Module 02: Workbenches
  • Module 03: Default Plane Settings
  • Module 04: Hide and show of plane
  • Module 05: Handling of Mouse
  • Module 01: Begin sketcher workbench
  • Module 02: Important toolbars setting
  • Module 03: Customize toolbars in workbench
  • Module 04: Sketching using Profile Toolbar
    • Line using Profile
    • Sketch Rectangle and its types
    • Sketch circle and its types
    • Sketch spline, points and axis lines
    • Sketch line and its types
    • Sketch Ellipse and its types
  • Module 05: Sketch setting toolbar
    • Line using Profile
    • Grid
    • Snaps
    • Working with construction/standard element
  • Module 06: Constraints in sketch
    • Dimensional Constraints
    • Geometrical Constraints
    • Relations and diagnostics
    • Hide/Show Constraints
  • Module 07: Fully define sketch
  • Module 08: Under define sketch
  • Module 09: Operation tools
    • Creating Fillet & Chamfer
    • Creating Trim , Break & Quick Trim
    • Creating Close arc, Complement
    • Creating Mirror & Symmetry
    • Creating Translate and Offset
    • Creating Rotate and scale
  • Module 10: Standard tools
  • Module 11: Sketch analysis
    • Analyzing Open sketch
    • Analyzing Close sketch
    • Analyzing Isolate line
  • Module 01: Begin part design workbench
  • Module 02: Specification tree and its importance
  • Module 03: Adjusting View of specification tree
  • Module 04: Introduction of modeling toolbar
  • Module 05: Working on pad feature
    • Creating solid
    • Creating thin feature
    • Starting and End condition
    • Applying Draft
  • Module 06: Drafted filleted and Multi pad
  • Module 07: Working on pocket feature
    • Creating pocket
    • Starting and End condition
    • Applying draft
  • Module 08: Editing sketch and modeling features
  • Module 09: Working on Shaft and Groove
    • Limit settings
    • Selection of sketch
    • Creating thick/thin profile
  • Module 10: Fillet and chamfer in modeling workbench
  • Module 11: Generation of new plane
  • Module 12: Working on rib and slot
    • Rib and Slot with profile and center
    • Rib and Slot with profile control
    • Creating thin and thick Rib and Slot
  • Module 13: Working on multi section solid and pocket
    • Creating multi section solid and pocket
    • Creating multi section solid and pocket with Guides & Spine
    • Creating multi section solid and pocket with Coupling & Relimitation
  • Module 14: Creating hole and thread
    • Creating Simple and Tapered hole
    • Creating Counterbored, countersunk & counterdrilled hole
    • Creating thread in Hole feature
  • Module 15: Working on dress up features
    • Creating Fillet and Chamfer
    • Creating Draft, Shell and Thickness
    • Workings on Remove Face and Replace Face
  • Module 16: Work on transformation features
    • Creating Translation, Rotation, Symmetry, & Axis to Axis
    • Creating Mirror
    • Creating Rectangular, Circular & User pattern
    • Working on Scaling & Affinity
    • Creating point and line
    • Apply Material and Rendering
    • Use of stiffener and solid combines
    • Projects on part workbench
  • Module 01: How to start assembly workbench
  • Module 02: Important toolbars
  • Module 03: Setting of toolbars
  • Module 04: Inserting assembly product
  • Module 05: Fixing product
  • Module 06: Inserting new product
  • Module 07: Inserting product with existing position
  • Module 08: Manipulation of product
  • Module 09: Making relation between products
  • Module 10: Coincident relation between two objects
  • Module 11: Contact relation between two objects
  • Module 12: Flip product during relation
  • Module 13: Angle relation between two products
  • Module 14: Adjust Offset distance
  • Module 15: Editing Assemblies
    • Deleting Components
    • Replacing Components
    • Sectioning of Assembly
    • Exploding of Assembly
  • Module 16: Update and auto update the assembly relation
  • Module 17: Apply material
  • Module 18: Rendering with background, pixels and saving the final render view
  • Module 01: Insert part
  • Module 02: Making relation of mechanism
  • Module 03: Creating Joints
  • Module 04: Motion in gear
  • Module 05: Motion in nut and bolt
  • Module 06: Motor motion
  • Module 07: Practice on all motions
  • Module 01: Starting New Drawing Documents
  • Module 01: Begin sheet metal workbench
  • Module 02: Important toolbars
  • Module 03: Working on wall tool bar :- wall on edge, extrusion, flange
  • Module 04: Importance of sheet metal parameters.
  • Module 05: Working on Stamping , cutting tool bar
  • Module 06: Introduction to Folding and Unfolding
  • Module 01: Begin wireframe and surface design
  • Module 02: Important tools
  • Module 03: Creating point and line
  • Module 04: Create reference plane
  • Module 05: Working on Extrude and Revolve
  • Module 06: Working on Sphere and Cylinder
  • Module 07: Working on Offset
  • Module 08: Working on Sweep feature
  • Module 09: Fill tool, Multi section surface,
    Blend
  • Module 10: Working on trim
  • Module 11: Creating helix
  • Module 01: Size setting of drawing sheet
  • Module 02: How to insert object
  • Module 03: Working on Standard Views
  • Module 04: Adding different views
  • Module 05: Deleting any view
  • Module 06: Creating section views
  • Module 07: Adding dimension
  • Module 08: Auto dimensions
  • Module 09: Geometric Tolerances and notes
  • Module 10: Balloons and auto balloons
  • Module 11: Create material list
  • Module 12: Detailing of that part

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  • Job Oriented Training Program as per Demands of current Industry
  • An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institute
  • Training Material, Code Documents, Project Case Study and Technical Drawing.
  • Faculty members have 5 to 10 year of Industrial experience
  • Preparation for Interview and Career Consulting.

Eligibility of CATIA Training

  • B.Tech/BE in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • Diploma in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • Master in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CAREER SCOPE OF CATIA


  • CATIA is among the very few software which has its application in about every industrial sector. It is mostly used by the designer team. The designer team of any organization needs to create a digital copy of any object which has to be manufactured. This digital copy can be created with much ease by using CATIA. It is mostly found in companies who are associated with design and manufacturing of products. Some industrial sectors where the use of CATIA is comparatively high are Appliances, Aerospace, Architecture, Construction, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Medical, Electronics, Mold and Die, Furniture, Machinery, Defence, Shipbuilding.
  • Industries are trying to match customer expectation and are planning to ring more and more innovative products in the market. Now before starting with the actual manufacturing work, company needs to create a virtual design of the new product. As CATIA is the leading CAD designing software, there are job openings for CATIA certified students. Moreover, these job opening remain available throughout the year.
  • There are ample job opportunities in the market for CATIA designers. But companies are looking for professionals who they can completely rely on for their designing. Hence CATIA certification is important. CATIA certification proves to the companies that the candidate has the knowledge to operate CATIA and thus gives the candidate an additional benefit during selection procedure.
  • Aerospace & Defence: Boeing French Based, Indian Light Combat Aircraft, Chinese Xian JH-7A, Airbus European Aerospace, BAE systems, Bell Helicopters etc. CATIA has played a major role in NASA's design of the Space Shuttle. The military - working with private industry - - uses CATIA for the design of "jet-fighter" aircraft, aircraft carriers, helicopters, tanks and various other forms of weaponry.
  • Automobile Industry: BMW, Honda, Audi, Jaguar Land Rover, Volkswagen, Skoda, Volvo, Fiat, Renault, Toyota, Ford, Hyundai, Tesla Motors, Elba, Rolls-Royce Motors, TATA motors, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited etc.
  • SHIPBUILDING:ECOCEANE, ORACLE Team USA, DAEWOO Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, DELTAMARIN, ROLLS ROYCE, UNIVERSAL Shipbuilding Corporation etc.
  • ENERGY, PROCESS & UTILITIES: CHIDI ( Chengdu Engineering Corporation), EATON, C-FER TECHNOLOGIES, ALSTOM POWER etc.
  • HIGH-TECH TECHNOLOGY: LG Electronics, BOSCH, TYCO Fire Production Product, SAMSUNG, LENOVO, PHILIPS LUMEC, HCL, PANASONIC, MASTER AUDIO, NIKON etc..

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