CATIA's CAD tools are developed with a single goal of enhancing the user experience in product design. CATIA Kinematics is used primarily for simulating animations and prototypes virtually. Users can simulate operations (including all universal, prismatic, and screw joints), analyse mechanism results, and move complex mechanisms (such as computing velocity and acceleration). In short, this software adds kinematic mechanisms to assemblies and evaluates product designs.
The course helps you get hands-on experience with CATIA Kinematics. You will know how to create kinematic joints, run motion simulation, and analyse mechanism motion besides the nitty-gritties like simulation evaluation, converting constraints to joints, simulations with respect to time, mechanism dress-up, and so on. Upon the completion of the course, the student will be able to:
Kinematics is very handy for creating digital mockups, understanding the interactions between components and their associated degrees of freedom, and evaluating the performance of any mechanism completely. Students well versed in CATIA Kinematics are placed as:
Explore our certification courses that teach the software in different combinations under the following course categories: