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Apply a Machining Process

This task shows how to apply a machining process to selected geometry. Open the desired CATPart document, then select a Machining workbench from the Start menu.The machining process application uses a standard mechanism of instantiation of features from a feature reference. In this case, the feature reference is the machining …

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Organize Machining Processes in a Catalog

This task shows how to organize machining processes in a catalog file.A catalog file allows you to display the machining processes list by means of the Catalog Editor workbench. Also, you use catalog files to interactively apply a machining process. All CATProcess documents containing machining processes to be used in …

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Process Table in catia

This task shows you how use the Process Table. This table gives a tabular view of the Process, or a given Part Operation, or a given Manufacturing Program. It provides an alternative view to the PPR tree.From a Manufacturing Program or a Part Operation selection in the PPR tree, the …

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Manufacturing Program in catia

A number of capabilities are available for managing manufacturing programs. Create Edit Insert entities Reorder using Copy / Paste or Drag / Drop Delete. This task shows you how you can edit a manufacturing program. When you open a Machining workbench on a CATPart document, the manufacturing document is initialized …

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Deleting Boolean Operations Performed within OGSs in catia

Location of Bodies When you delete a Boolean operation performed between a body and a body included in an Ordered Geometrical Set (OGS), or performed using volumes, you can choose between deleting aggregated elements or not. You just need to activate or deactivate Delete aggregated elements in the Delete dialog …

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Deleting Useless or Unreferenced Elements

This task shows you how to delete useless or un-referenced elements. The Delete Useless Elements command considers all elements which are not Part Design features or their inputs as useless elements. These elements are proposed for deletion by default, when the command is launched. If you do not want all …

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Upgrading Features

This capability enables the activation of the last evolutions of the code available on the current level. It aims at improving the update of a feature by manually upgrading it. This capability is also applicable for part and sketch features. To upgrade a feature right-click it and select Upgrade. The …

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Deleting Features

This task shows you how to delete geometry from your design. You will delete a sketch on which geometry has been defined and you will see what this operation involves.If you wish to delete all unnecessary elements of a CATPart document, see Deleting Useless or Unreferenced Elements. To know how …

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Updating Parts

This page explains how and when you should update your design. The following topics are discussed: Overview What Happens When the Update Fails? (scenario) Canceling Updates Interrupting Updates (scenario) Update All Command Overview The point of updating a part is to make the application take your very last operation into …

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Editing Parts, Bodies and Features

Editing a part may mean for example modifying the density of the part (See Displaying and Editing Properties), but most often editing consists in modifying the features composing the part. This operation can be done at any time.There are several ways of editing a feature. If you modify the sketch …

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