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UNIVERSAL JOINT:
PART NAME: BODY
Entering into part design workbench:
This shows you how to enter in the part design workbench. select FileNew command
Select Part in the List of Types field and click ok.
The Part Design workbench is loaded and an empty Part document
opens.

Drawing
To draw universal joint first select the plane on
whichtool
the component to be

drawn and then by selecting the shapes drawing shapes such as line, circle
and rectangle and thus make the part green by using constraint command and
giving dimensions accordingly.

Steps followed: Part design>sketch>lines geometry>constraint>exit


workbench

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After exiting workbench the figure is as shown above extruded and extruded

geometry is seen above. By pad definition extrude of the part can be done.
Creating a pad means extruding a profile in one or two directions. CATIA
lets you choose the limits of creation as well as the direction of extrusion.
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Select the profile to be extruded.


You can use profiles sketched in the Sketcher or
planar geometrical elements created in the
Generative Shape Design workbench
Click the Pad icon. The Pad Definition dialog box appears and
CATIA previews the pad to be created.

HOLE DEFINITION: Selecting plane>hole definition>

Creating a hole consists in removing material from a body. Various shapes of


standard holes can be created. These holes are:

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Whatever hole you choose, you need to specify the limit you want. There are
a variety of limits:

MIRRORING OPTION:
1. Select the body to be mirrored and define the reference.
2. Multi-select both pads as the features to be mirrored.

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3. Click the Mirror icon. The Mirror Definition dialog box appears
4. Select the lateral face to define the mirror reference. The application
previews the material to be created. Click OK to confirm the
operation. The pads are mirrored.

CATIA provides three planes to let you start your design. Actually,
Designing a part from scratch will first require designing a sketch. Sketching
profiles is performed in the Sketcher workbench, which is fully integrated
into Part Design.

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Again PAD DEFINITION command is used by providing limits on the


direction of pad. The Pad Definition dialog box appears and CATIA
previews the pad to be created

The geometry or shape of the part, after the complete pad definition
command.
Edge fillet option:

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Edge fillet definition


dialogue box

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Selecting edges to be
filleted

Edge Fillet:

The curved surface of an outside corner is generally called a round and that
of an inside corner is normally referred to as a fillet. Edge fillets are smooth
transitional surfaces between two adjacent faces.
Steps:
1. Click the edge fillet icon.
2. The Edge Fillet Definition dialog box appears.
3. Enter values for fillets.
4. Select edge or face for the filleting.
5. An arrow appears on the plane to indicate the portion of material that
will be kept.
6. Clicking this arrow reverses the direction and therefore indicates that
the portion of Material that will be kept will be the opposite one.
7. Click OK

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Selecting edges to be
filleted

Hole definition:

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Creating a hole consists in removing material from a body. Various shapes of


standard holes can be created.
Step to be follow:
1. Click the Hole icon
2. Select the face on which you wish to create the hole.
3. In the Hole Definition dialog box that displays, define the hole shape
and enter the parameters of your choice.

Edge fillet option:


As described above about the edge fillet selecting and then selecting edge
fillet option with filleting dimensions of required definition. Thus the part is
as shown below.

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2. PART NAME: JOINT

Part drawing is made by selecting the plane and by simple geometric shapes
selection and thus final shape of required dimension can be obtained.

After extrude command the final shape of part of required dimension can be
made. The joint is made by the final profile of part.

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1. Selecting the plane on other side in order to obtain, the joint shape
which can connect the rod and parts joined together to shaft and body
in assembly drawing.
2. Drawing the shape to be extruded in order to get the desire dimension.

By using PAD definition command(explained earlier)

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Hole definition (explained earlier)


Using hole definition command drawing hole by selecting the plane and hole
dimensions entering dimensions in dialogue box and click OK.

Final component after hole drilling:

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3. PART NAME: KEY

Step to be followed:
1. Drawing the desire shape on 2d plane
2. Exiting workbench
3. Selecting pad definition option in order to obtain the desire
dimensions.

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1. After extruding to the part the desire part is obtained.


2. Limiting the extruding or pad definition of both side to make quick
view.
PART NAME: LINK

Hexagonal geometry of the desired link has been made in order to get
desired shape of link.

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By using Pad definition command(as explained earlier):

Selecting plane on other side to again generate pad option and use pad
option, to get required shape. Here circle of D11 is drawn again to use pad
definition.

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After pad definition command the link is as shown in fig. below

Use of shaft command:

Creating the Shaft:


It is to create a shaft that is a revolved feature, by using an open profile.
You need an open or closed profile, and an axis about which the feature will
revolve.

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Select the open profile. For the purposes of our scenario, the profile and the
axis belong to the same sketch.
1. Click the Shaft icon.
2. The Shaft Definition dialog box is displayed
3. Change or edit the sketch by selecting the sketcher icon from display
box.
4. Directly enter the values of your choice in the fields First angle and
Second angle.
5. Click Preview to see the result.
6. Click OK to confirm.
Final view after 360 deg. Rotation:

Hole definition
command and use
of hole definition
command as
described earlier.

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Part name: shaft

Again using pad definition command (as shown below)

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PART NAME: LINK 2 SUB COMPONENT

1. Drawing the desire shape of link 2 sub assembly in order to get


desired shape of part
2. Hole definition option is used after extruding the component and thus
desired hole shape is drawn and obtained as per requirements and
dimensions.

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Edge filleting by using edge filleting command shown above.


Pocket definition:

Creating a Pocket:
1. Creating a pocket consists in extruding a profile and removing the
material resulting from the extrusion. The limits you can use are the
same as those available for creating pads.

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2. It is to create a pocket, that is a cavity, in an already existing part, then


you will edit this pocket to remove the material surrounding the
Initial profile.
3. Select the profile.
4. You can now create pockets from sketches including several closed
profiles. These profiles must not intersect.
5. Click the Pocket icon.
6. The Pocket Definition dialog box is displayed and CATIA previews a
pocket.
7. Enter the depth value.
8. define a specific depth for your pocket or set one of these options:
9. Dimension Up to next, Up to last, Up to plane, Up to surface.
After pocket command the shape obtained as shown:

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Grooving command:

Creating a Groove:
Grooves are revolved features that remove material from existing features. It
is to create a groove that is how to revolve a profile about an axis (or
construction line).
Steps to be followed:
1. Click the Groove icon
2. Profiles must not intersect and they must be on the same side of the
axis. Select the profile.
3. The limits LIM1 and LIM2 of the groove to be created. You can select
These limit and drag them onto the desired value or enter angle values
in the appropriate fields.

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Hole definition: (described earlier)

Chamfering command:

Chamfer:
Chamfering consists in removing or adding a flat section from a selected
edge to create a bevelled surface between the two original faces common to
that edge. You obtain a chamfer by propagation along one or several edges.

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Steps to be follow for chamfering part:


1. Click the Chamfer icon.
2. The Chamfer Definition dialog box appears. The default parameters to
be defined are Length1 and Angle. You can change this creation mode
and set Length1 and Length2.
3. Select the edges to be chamfered.
4. Click Preview to see the chamfers to be created.
5. Keep the default mode: enter a length value and an angle value.
6. Click OK.
Assembly of parts:

1. Firstly select mechanical design then part design and then select
assembly design.
2. Then for selecting the products select the option from existing
component.
3. And click on product on tree thus selecting the number of components
to be assembled in assembly drawing.
4. Above screen shows the number of different components existing
while selecting the parts to be assembled.

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By manipulation command:

Manipulating a Component:
The Manipulate command lets you move a component freehand with the
mouse
1. Click the Manipulate icon
2. The Manipulation Parameters dialog box appears:
3. Click the Drag icon.
4. Select the components to be translates or rotate.
5. Drag the component along selected direction.
6. Click OK to exit.
Arranging by manipulation:

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Constraints Toolbar:
A) Creating a Coincidence Constraint:
Coincidence-type constraints are used to align elements
1. Click the Coincidence Constraint icon
2. Select the face to be constrained.
3. Select the second face to be constrained.
4. Green arrows appear on the selected faces, indicating orientations.
5. Click OK to create the coincidence constraint.
B) Creating a Coincidence Constraint:
Contact-type constraints can be created between two planes or faces.
The common area between the two planes can be a plane (plane contact), a
line (linen contact) or a point (point contact).
1. Click the Contact Constraint icon
2. Select the face to be constrained
3. Select the second face to be constrained
4. As the contact constraint is created, the component is moved so as to
adopt its new position. Green graphic symbols are displayed in the
geometry area to indicate that this constraint has been defined.

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C) Creating an Offset Constraint:


When defining an offset constraint between two components, you need to
specify how faces should be oriented.
1. Click the Offset Constraint icon
2. Select the face to be constrained. Select the second face to be
constrained
3. The Constraint Properties dialog box that appears displays the
properties of the constraint. The components involved and their status
are indicated. You can define the orientation of the faces to be
constrained by choosing the opposite or same option.
4. Enter 38 mm in the Offset field.
D) Creating

an Angle Constraint:
When setting an angle constraint, you will have to define an angle value.
Note that this angle value must not exceed 90.
1. Click the Angle Constraint icon
2. Select the face to be constrained
3. Select the second face to be constrained
4. Keep the Angle option
5. Enter values in the Angle field
6. Click OK to create the angle constraint.
Fixing a Component:
1. Fixing a component means preventing this component from moving
from its parents during the update operation.
2. Click the Fix icon
3. By default, the Fix command fixes components in space.
4. Select the component to be fixed
5. Double-click the fix constraint you have just created to edit it.
6. In the dialog box that appears, click More to expand the dialog box

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After giving constraints, to assemble parts properly.

Final assembly of universal joint:

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Choosing the required material for universal joint, in this case the material is
steel.

Different constraints list tree:

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Drafting of components:

Entering the Interactive Drafting Workbench:


1. This first task shows you how to enter the Drafting workbench and
start a new drawing.
2. Select the File -> New command (or click the new icon).
3. The New dialog box is displayed, allowing you choosing the type
Of the document needed.
4. Select Drawing in the List of Types field and click OK. OR
5. Select the Start -> Mechanical Design commands from the menu bar.
Select the Drafting workbench
6. Start -> Drafting F12 or by
7. Pressing F12 key, the New Drawing dialog box will not appear any
more. Still, you will always be able to access this dialog box by
selecting File -> New Drawing command from the menu bar.
8. Click OK.
Procedure for drafting:
For selecting drawing go to view option from right hand side
boxes.
Then select view from parts which is to be shown on drawing sheet

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Adjusting the view, on sheet as requirements by directional


command.
Then select the view and finally give dimensioning to view
selected.

The dimensioning of the sheet is as shown below :

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Adding a Generative Bill of Material:

This task will show you how to insert Bill of Material information into
the active view. This Bill of Material corresponds to information on
the product element which the views were generated from. This Bill of
Material, or parts list, consists of an itemized list of the several
parts of a structure shown on a cat drawing or on an assembly.
1. If the active view has no links with the product, a message will states
whether the insertion is all right.
2. If the active view has a link with a product, the Bill of Material can be
inserted.
3. has the active view a link or not with a product, you can go into an open
product and click on this product before clicking on the CAT Drawing in
which you want to insert the Bill of Material. Not that you can perform this
as often as you need.
4. Click the Insert Bill of Material icon.

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Final drafting sheet:

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Final assembly drafting:


1. Select the final assembly drawing from assembly design.
2. Before the above procedure select the view command from which we
will selecting the view to be imprint on the drafting paper
3. Select multi view and produce multi view of assembly product
4. After completing the assembly drafting produce or generate bill of
material.

Bill of

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