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AIRBUS Machined Part Modelling for CATIA

AIRBUS Machined Part Modelling for CATIA

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AIRBUS 
AP2257 
Procedure 
Issue: Draft A1Date: 13 February 2002Page 1 of 4
Machined Part Modellingfor CATIA V5
Owner’s Approval:
Name: Bruno Maître
 
EMK-TFunction: Head of CATIA V5 methods for FrenchTeam
Airbus 2002 . All rights reserved. This document contains Airbus
proprietary information
and trade secrets. It shall at all timesremain the property of Airbus; no intellectual property right or licence is granted by Airbus in connection with any informationcontained in it. It is supplied on the express condition that said information is treated as confidential, shall not be used for anypurpose other than that for which it is supplied, shall not be disclosed in whole or in part, to third parties other than the AirbusMembers and Associated Partners, their subcontractors and suppliers (to the extent of their involvement in Airbus projects),without Airbus prior written consent.
Authorization:
Date:Name: Ulrich SCHUMANN-HINDENBERGFunction: Head of CAD-CAM CM (EMK)
SCOPE:
This document is relative to the modeling and know-how rules necessary with CATIAV5 to design acomplex 5 axis machined part, including manufacturing needs.The guide contains different steps to define specific geometrical machining features as 2.5 axis, 4axis, and 5 axis pockets, as ribs.It describes :
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Model organization and structure data
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Rules to follow in case of design changes : How to show and model updated parts.
 
AIRBUS 
AP2257 
Machined Part Modelling for CATIA V5 
Issue:Draft A1Date: 13 February 2002Page 2 of 4
Table of contents
1Introduction...............................................................................32General recommendations.......................................................4
2.1Applicable rules.........................................................................................42.2Practical advice..........................................................................................5
3General modelling process......................................................64Detailed modelling process per type of difficulty................20
4.14 or 5 axis pocket with closed angle......................................................20
4.1.1Producing 2.5 axis pocket................................................................................204.1.2Solid definition of 5 axis pocket......................................................................24
4.24 or 5 axis pocket with open angle........................................................29
4.2.1Producing 2.5 axis pocket................................................................................294.2.2Producing sloped pocket (4 - 5 axes)..............................................................34
4.3Top of stiffener modelling.......................................................................384.4Boss modelling........................................................................................40
5Identifying modifications........................................................44
5.1Differences between solids made by layer...........................................445.2Difference between solids made by 3D modelling comparison..........45Reference documents...........................................................................................46Group of redaction................................................................................................46Approval.................................................................................................................46Record of revisions...............................................................................................46
 
AIRBUS 
AP2257 
Machined Part Modelling for CATIA V5 
Issue:Draft A1Date: 13 February 2002Page 3 of 4
1 Introduction
The aim being to
:-Obtain exact geometry of the detail part,-Check and validate assemblies,-Facilitate modifications to geometry (design and production),-Avoid recreating additional geometry during the Numerical Control programmingphases (the programmer will as far as possible use the solid defined by the DesignOffice as a basis).
The method deals with general cases.Specific cases will be dealt with during CDBT meetings.For all definition principles relevant to:
- Mean/nominal dimensions,- Major Definition Characteristics,- Drawing set integration (furnishing).
!
 
Consult
AP2255
, 3D modelling rules for CATIA V5.
!
 
Consult
AP2260,
Drawing rules for CATIA V5.

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