It allows the user to design in an assembly environment with user-control associativity, and to execute concurrent engineering between assembly design and individual component design through hierarchical assemblies utilising a top-down or bottom-up methodology.
Assembly modelling is a technology and approach for handling multiple files that represent components of a product in computer-aided design and product visualisation software systems. Solid or surface models are used to represent the components in an assembly.
You can construct assembly models in CATIA using one of two methods. The bottom-up design approach is the first, while the top-down design approach is the second. The next sections go over both of these design techniques. For building assembly models, bottom-up assembly is the preferred method.
Individual part models are then produced in the context of the assembly model utilising geometry from a single sketch. Assembly models are commonly made by putting previously created part models together to reflect the final assembly.
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