7.Explain briefly the following.a)Assembly Drawing b)Sub assembly drawingc)Detail Drawingd)Part Drawinge)Production Drawingf)Machine Drawing8.List out different type of lines used in drafting
CATIA BasicsWorking With A Session:
1.A Session is defined by a set of models and a SESSION MANAGER.2.The SESSION MANAGER configures a CATIA session and managesthe data accessed by the user.3.Working with a session is working in context; this allows you to visualizeyour digital mock-up and to perform various simulations.4.A session is stored in a SESSION-type file. It must be considered as atemporary work environment save.5.No data transfer capability is provided on a session.
Hints & Tips:
When a model has been once active, you can see a
(emptyset symbol)or (
) at the end of the model name in the Window Menu Bar.2Displaying the working plane parallel to the screen on workstation:Select view+current 2D plane or key in
to work in the current 2D plane
Warning about Circles
: Circles are created in CATIA with a break pointlocated at the 3 O’clock position. i.e while creating limit points on circle,one centre point and another point at 3 O’clock position will be created.
Visualizing different thickness
:If we cannot visualize the different thickness on the screen, display thelocalTransformation window with the STD option and set the thicknessoption to ON.
: During the design phase, we may want to highlight anareaof our part. The colour forcing option allows us to force the same colour onto the elements.