Catia V5 DMU Fitting Path Finder for automatically generate path without fouling with nearby objects. Discover CATiA VR, the release driving higher design excellence. DMU Fitting Simulator 2 (FIT) is dedicated to the definition, simulation and analysis. This course will teach you how to create simple models from 2D sketches using CATIA V5. You will also learn the correct techniques for the creation and.
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CATIA V5 DMU FITTING PATH FINDER
The definition of trajectories is done interactively frame-by-frame and trajectories can be easily edited. Sound feedback informs the user that a clash was detected in the mockup: The system offers a VCR style control forward, backward, step forward, step backward, begin, end and pause of the simulation motion.
Product Highlights Defines single object or groups of objects to be moved during the disassembly procedure Generates dis-assembly trajectory avoiding collisions and respecting angular limitations Interactively simulates objects’ trajectories with visual feedback Dynamically analyzes simulated trajectories in order to validate their feasibility Integrates fitying other DMU products for powerful combination of simulations Generates useful information on the space reservation in the assembly, allowing designers to modify the digital mock-up while respecting maintenance ritting Allows commands’ automation through Visual Basic macro programming Provides sophisticated simulation tools to increase collaboration between all project members and generate compelling marketing materials such as videos Product Key Customer Benefits Exploded assembly views Product Key Customer Benefits.
The Path Finding time computation can be optimized by starting a new simulation from the results of a previous simulation. It generates useful information on space reservation for the dismantling operations, to be taken into account in future design modifications. The user takes advantage of the system’s publishing capability for reporting purposes.
Moreover, most commands can be automated and take advantage of journaling capability. The Automatic Path Finder command can also generate a status report. Defines single object or groups of objects to be figting during the disassembly procedure Generates dis-assembly trajectory avoiding collisions and respecting angular limitations Interactively simulates objects’ trajectories with visual feedback Dynamically analyzes simulated trajectories in order to validate their feasibility Integrates with other DMU products for powerful combination of simulations Generates useful information on the space reservation in the assembly, allowing designers to modify the digital mock-up while respecting maintenance feasibility Allows commands’ automation through Visual Basic macro programming Provides sophisticated simulation tools to increase collaboration between all project members and generate compelling marketing materials such as videos.
CATIA V5 DMU FITTING PATH FINDER | GrabCAD Tutorials
The swept volume is stored and can be reused, for instance, in the clash analysis to check that the part can still be maintained all along the digital mockup evolution. Angular displacement limitations are important when the object to be disassembled contain liquids that must not be spilled. DMU Fitting Simulator 2 provides users the ability to define exploded assembly views for better understanding of the structure of the assembly to be disassembled, but also for documentation purposes.
Finally, the system allows the user to launch the Automatic Path Finder command in batch mode. The user has the ability to define angular displacement limitations and reference for shuttle motion.
The product also helps identify a trajectory allowing to dismantle an assembly. Animation performance are optimized using a dynamic management of Level fititng Details LOD during the motion. Users can select the ‘Stop on Collision’ option for an in-depth design review, and can report violations excluding contacts. The moving objects shuttles can involve parts, sub-assemblies and tooling elements.
DMU Fitting Simulator 2 dynamically checks for collision and computes minimal distances to ensure the defined trajectories’ accuracy. Multiple shuttles can be defined when maintenance procedures involve more than one part. A 3D Viewer is opened to display the parts that belong to the fittijg definition. Users may also explode parts along a specified plane or visualize different states of the exploded view, making it possible to explode only sub-assemblies, or several sub-assemblies as required.
During the manipulation with the mouse, invalid positions due to collision or angular displacement are detected and rejected by the system.
The user is assisted by a Co-pilot: The coaxial technological constraints or the hierarchical product structure is fittint to define the exploded 3D view. The user can define the starting and the ending points of the simulation, as well as some intermediate positions.
For optimum interpretation and precision simulation, users can tune the speed and loop options of the motion. For instance, the content objects, time and positions of a trajectory’s simulation can be reported.
The system also checks smu displacement limitations. Multiple combined simulations are caatia for advanced digital product synthesis when using this product in conjunction with other DMU products.
Finally, the user takes advantage of manipulation assistance to guide him when assembling parts by automatic snapping on predefined positions. Any resulting complex path can be simplified manually or automatically.
Moreover, the user has the ability to replay simultaneous or sequential motions when the simulation involves several shuttles.