Month: June 2019
One of the most robust functionalities supported by CATIA’s Knowledgeware is the ability to create reusable content: User Defined Features or Power Copy features, which can be instantiated within Representations; Engineering Templates, which can be instantiated within Physical Products. This functionality enables the encapsulation of compelx relationship and enterprise best practices; supporting Knowledge Based Engineering […]
I made a few interviews over the past few months with folks from Dassault to offer readers an insight into how and why certain CATIA features came about and what they mean for end users. Changing lenses; today I interview one of CATIA’s experts from Australia, Guido Maciocci of AR-MA to talk about CATIA automation […]
In case you missed it, we now have a reading list! It may help you get started with CATIA’s automation. The list will be refined and restructured as the blog grows. So try to revisit it from time to time.
As architects we’re often searching out novel approaches to patterning for building facade design or custom building interiors. Algorithms that approximate processes in nature can be a good source material for pattern exploration. Their quick to run once developed and provide a large array of design variability with some simple tweaking. Approximating the veining pattern, […]