Duration: 05 day(s)

CATIA: Numerical Control Manufacturing

In this course, students will learn how to define and manage NC programs dedicated to machining parts designed with Surface or Solid geometry using 3-Axis and 5-Axis machining techniques.

Fundamental Topics in this CATIA Training Course:
  • NC Review
  • Introduction: Workbench Presentation
  • Creating a Part Operation
  • Import Files
  • Tool Path Verification
  • Generating Outputs (APT Source - NC Code HTML document)
  • Basic Tasks
  • Tool Management
  • Defining Axial Operations
  • Generating Auxiliary Operations in the Part
  • Operation
  • Managing Design Changes
  • Facing
  • Pocketing
  • Profile contouring
  • Curve following
  • Point to point
  • Transition Paths (macros)
  • Creating a Machining Feature
  • Geometrical Zone
  • Machining/Slope Area Creation
  • Rework Area Creation
  • Offset Group Creation
Prerequisites for this CATIA Training Course:
CATIA Introduction to Modeling or CATIA Introduction for NC & FEA Engineers

Course description shown for CATIA V5.
Topics, curriculum, and/or prerequisites may change depending on software version.