Learn how to machine a part by 2 ½ axis ways with Prismatic Machining workbench through an exercise. CATIA Version 5 Prismatic Machining. Upon completion of this course, you should have a full understanding of the following topics. -. Build stock material for a. CATIA – Prismatic Machining Preparation Assistant (MPA) delivers functions to prepare a design part for prismatic machining through geometrical machining.

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Note that to enable this simulation you must reference the design part in the Part Operation editor. Participants interested in this program must be able to demonstrate their skills using CATIA for part modeling and design. Axial machining features are displayed in a TO DO LIST with a summary of their dimensioning characteristics, for a better readability, and their positions are displayed in parallel in 3D view.

Select the Macros tab to specify an Approach mcahining with a linear Approach path of 50mm. Training will begin with 2-D contouring, pocketing, machiningg, tapping, boring, and turning operations then advance to more complex 3-D surface toolpath development.

All geometrical machining features can be fully machined with all CATIA – Prismatic Machining PMG strategies, from elementary machining operation creation up to automatic complex machining process application in both drilling and milling domains. Close the Analysis and Prixmatic dialog boxes. The Analyze functionality is used in this task.

This prixmatic references the selected pocket geometry. Use the Sort by Machining Features contextual command to see how the Prismatic machining area is referenced by the Pocketing and Profile Contouring operations.

You can refer to Define Macros of an Operation for more information. The pocket boundary Guide. Click OK to create the Profile Prismahic operation.


Create and Use a Prismatic Machining Area

Geometrical machining features integration in prismatic machining product: The user can locally create a particular geometrical machining feature on a specific area of the design part. Length 20 weeks 1 session per week 4 hours per session Total Class: Select Prismatic Machining Area.

Completion of a formal training course in basic modeling and surface design using CATIA or equivalent experience will be required. However, if the feature is used by another operation, it is not possible to modify its geometry in the machining operation editor. The resulting prismatic geometrical machining features are managed in the manufacturing view in the prismatic machining workbench. Automatically build machininh machining features for prismatic machining using, advanced feature recognition techniques.

Select Manufacturing View to display the Manufacturing View.

Manages the recognition of machining features in the manufacturing view presentation, editing, highlighting Product Key Customer Benefits Automatically creates all prismatic geometrical machining features of a design part for milling and drilling machining: Note that it is available only when the NC Manufacturing Verification product is installed.

It dramatically reduces programming times by automatically building up all geometric areas that must be machined with prismatic machining operations, decreasing time spent in geometry selections. Integrates geometrical machining features into the Prismatic Machining product. JavaScript is Disabled For the best experience and to ensure full functionality of this site, please enable JavaScript in your browser.

The Video simulation capability is used in this task. Product Highlights Automatically creates all prismatic geometrical machining features of a design part for milling and drilling machining.

Select the Tool tab to specify a tool with a 5mm nominal diameter. The tool entry direction for a Prismatic machining area is the normal to the selected bottom. Verify the Pocketing operation by simulating the tool path in Video simulation mode. Make the Manufacturing Program current in the specification tree, then select Pocketing. All CATIA standard holes and milling features such as pockets, steps and cutouts are supported and can be recognized.


Select the Macros tab to specify a Retract macro with a linear Retract path of 50mm.

You can see that the remaining material has now been machined by the Profile Contouring operation. Please complete our form for more information and a PDC representative will contact you.


This website uses cookies to improve user experience. Therefore, the manufacturing view presents the tree of machining references features to be machined: Thanks to local feature recognition techniques, the user only has to select faces on the skin of a design part, and the system creates the feature automatically.

By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our cookie policy. The operation’s geometry shows the elements referenced by the feature pocket bottom, guide, and so on.

Also, Milling features referenced surfaces are highlighted in 3D view. You can see that the pocketing operation leaves some unmachined material in the corners.

It provides a set of functions that generate all prismatic geometrical machining features of the design part to be machined. If required, the user can easily choose feature types to be recognized.