About the course
This Fundamental CATIA V5 Generative Sheetmetal Design (SMD) course will teach you how to design a sheet metal part using associative feature-based modeling. Suitable for the new user, self-taught engineers and users coming from other 3D CAD packages.
Design a sheet metal part using associative feature-based modelling; Learn how to integrate both standard and user-defined stamped features into your designs and calculate the resulting flat patterns in accordance with either the standard bend allowances or your company’s bend allowance tables.
View our training calendar for scheduled course dates or contact us to arrange bespoke training.
- Understand the terminology and the design process for creating a sheetmetal part
- Define and manage the sheetmetal part parameters
- Design walls, bends, and flanges
- Add features such as cutouts, holes, corners, and chamfers
- Create standard and user-defined stamped features
- Manage folded and unfolded views and export a finished flat pattern
How to Book
Pre-Requisites: Students attending this course should be familiar with the Fundamental CATIA V5 Foundation.
We have a few scheduled course dates available. 22 July; 3 September; 14 October; 25 November 2021
Get in touch to book your seat or request more information.
DTE is certified and accredited PLM Education partner to Dassault Systèmes.
NOTE: CATIA Training is offered in the United Kingdom only.
This course can also be scheduled by arrangement for one-on-one training, group session, on-site or on-premise, call 01993 883555 and speak to our training administrator, or send us your request for more details.
What people say
“I recently attended a CATIA training course hosted by DTE. I found their instruction extremely thorough and helpful. DTE gave background information about the topics, as well as the content, which I found very useful for my understanding.
It was clear that DTE has great competency in this area, as well as having very good trainers, and as such I would have no issue with recommending them.”