CATIA V5-6 Sketcher: Online Training

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Classroom: Self-paced eLearning
Virtual: Not Currently Available

Class #: CV102

CATIA V5-6 Part Design Online will teach you how to use the CATIA Sketcher workbench. You will learn how to create two-dimensional sketches by drawing and constraining the various geometric elements. You will also learn how to analyze the sketches and edit them.

Class Details

  • Work in the CATIA Sketcher environment

  • Create a 2D sketch geometry
  • Analyze the sketched geometry
  • Edit existing 2D profiles
  • Dimension the sketch and modify it using constraints
  • Manage sketches within a 3D environment

The CATIA V5-6 Sketcher e-book will be supplied at the beginning of class and is yours to keep.

Upon completion of this course attendees will understand the CATIA Sketcher environment, including creation, editing, and dimensioning 2D sketch geometry.

  • Students attending this course must have completed the CATIA V5-V6 Fundamentals

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