Symmetry is very important when creating plastic or forged parts. Patterns are a simple and easy method to add design changes to existing models. In this course, CATIA V5 Essentials: Symmetry and Patterns, first you'll learn techniques to create a multifeature 3D part. Next, you'll gain an understanding on how to apply symmetry at the sketch level and feature level. Finally you'll wrap the course by spending some time acquiring skills to apply different types of patterns. By the end of this course, you'll become proficient in creating symmetrical parts and applying patterns to existing 3D part models.
Aditya has diverse experiences in the field of engineering and design. His journey began in England where he studied MSC in automotive engineering and was introduced to the world of 3D CAD. Aditya was fascinated with 3D CAD tools such as SOLIDWORKS and CATIA, spending hours designing parts and assemblies and performing simulation studies
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Aditya and welcome to my course, CATIA V5 Essentials, Symmetry and Patterns. I'm an engineering enthusiast, petrol head and I'm currently an author at Pluralsight. Symmetry is very important when creating plastic or forged parts and patterns are simple and easy method to add design changes to existing models. In this course we're going to learn how to apply symmetry and patterning techniques to get proficient with 3D part modeling process in CATIA V5. Some of the major topics that we will cover include, symmetry at sketch and feature level, rectangular patterns, circular patterns, mirroring techniques and user patterns. By the end of this course you'll gain essential skills to apply symmetry and patterning techniques in a fast and efficient manner in CATIA V5. This course is a follow to the CATIA V5 Essentials, Part Modeling course and before you begin this course, you should be familiar with part modeling techniques. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn 3D CAD modeling with CATIA V5 Essentials, Symmetry and Patterns course at Pluralsight.