SOLIDWORKS CATIpult Session
Event #: CP101
CATIpult learning sessions are unique educational opportunities designed for SOLIDWORKS users of various experience levels.
CATI Technical Analysts have put together a series of hour long presentations in the form of convenient webcasts. The CATIpult webcasts are conducted via Webex and consist of live SOLIDWORKS hands-on training, Power Point presentations, and product demonstrations.
Topics change monthly, so check back for new topics.
Are you looking for past CATIpult webcast? You can find previous recordings over on our YouTube channel.
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|30 in 30: SOLIDWORKS Tips You Can’t Miss||Don’t miss these 30 SOLIDWORKS Tips and Tricks that you will use every day to make you a better user! Whether you’ve used SOLIDWORKS for 10 days or 10 years – Everyone from beginner to advanced is welcome. The Tips and Tricks will cover everything from System Options to Part Modeling to Assemblies and everything in between.||Jordan Puentes|
|Design Faster Not Harder, Screen Centered Modeling||When you have a project, don’t you collect a few of the tools you’ll need so they’ll be near at hand during the job? SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD offers the same efficiency by having the design tools you’ll need very near your mouse pointer.||Dennis Barnes|
|SOLIDWORKS Drawing Automation and Setup Utilizing Parametric Best Practices||Join CATI for an encore presentation from SOLIDWORKS World. Making drawings can be a tedious process, so why not make it faster by linking data you’ve already created. Attendees will learn how to leverage properties in their part files, see why templates are important, and how to link custom properties from one file to another, specifically Assemblies and Drawings. For additional automation, utilization of the Property Tab builder will also be explored.||Craig Mauer|
|Evaluate: It’s the Whole Reason we Assemble||Join CATI for an encore presentation from SOLIDWORKS World. Evaluation is the power of the SOLIDWORKS engine. Anytime we assemble components we need to ask WHY?! Why are we doing what we’re doing? The answer is likely to gain some insight into our design and the evaluation tools provide vast resources get a deep understanding of our assemblies. If you’ve ever wondered about what a command does on the Evaluate tab, this is for you.||Brandon Nelms|
|Zero to Hero. Advanced Surfacing Techniques using SOLIDWORKS||Join us in this CATIpult webcast where we demystify the topic of surface modeling. We’ll cover best practices of how to get started with surfaces and controlling splines. We’ll then look at some in-depth examples of how to effectively use Lofted, Boundary and Fill surfaces in the design process. We’ll finish up by using Top-Down modeling techniques to generate detailed parts from master surfaces.||Alex Worfold|
|Design Reuse Leveraging Design Tables||Are all your products 100% unique or do they share some similar design aspects? Do you have families of similar products? If the answer is yes to either question, you’ll want to join CATI as we dig into SOLIDWORKS Configurations and Design Tables. We’ll look at how single part and create an entire family of similar designs. We’ll then look at how to leverage them in your assemblies and drawings.||Madeline Speer|