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All the same Lynda. Plus, personalized course recommendations tailored just for you. All the same access to your Lynda learning history and certifications. Same instructors. New platform. To go a little deeper, a stylist lays out some ideas, and the digital modeler takes those ideas and makes them a reality, a digital reality through Class A surfacing tools and techniques.
In this course, I'll show you the standard tools and methods used to create a Class A quality part from slabs to secondaries and your tertiary surfaces all the way to analyzing what you just created to confirm that your final part meets its engineering and styling intent. Join me, and let's make some shapes. Are you sure you want to mark all the videos in this course as unwatched? This will not affect your course history, your reports, or your certificates of completion for this course.
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This course introduces the concepts behind Class A surfacing, including an explanation of key terms and their roots in shipbuilding history. Instructor Steven Marjieh also shows how to assemble the final form, and perform an analysis to ensure your designs meet the original engineering and styling intents. Topics include: What is Class A surfacing?
Primary, secondary, and tertiary geometry CAD tools and options Deriving curves off existing geometry Extruding and revolving advanced geometry Creating mesh surfaces Creating offsets Joining elements Creating and extending slabs Creating tangent curves Making tertiary blend surfaces Removing excess material and joining the final elements Measuring and modifying the final shape.
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Class A Surfacing. What is Class A surfacing? Constituent components and terminology 2m 58s. Basics of Design. Primary, secondary, and tertiary geometry 2m 17s. Continuities to adjacent elements 4m 32s. CAD Tools and Options. Options 1m 4s. Common tools 1m 56s. What are splines? Using Project, Intersect, and Combine 2m 11s.
How to parallel a curve 1m 35s. Refresher on Extrude and Revolve 2m 20s. Applying blend surfaces 2m 33s. Creating mesh surfaces 2m 22s. Secondary operations 4m 42s. Match surfaces 3m 12s. How to create offsets 1m 43s. Trims and splits 4m 36s. Joining elements 1m 37s. Distance analysis 3m 21s. Visualization tools 3m 42s. Extending geometry 2m 6s. Converter Wizard 2m 6s. Display tools 2m 18s. Curve shape analysis 2m 31s. Create Geometry. Creating the top and bottom slabs 3m 56s.
Creating the front and end slabs 3m 11s. Extending slabs 2m 37s. Corner blends frame curves 4m 24s. Corner blend surfaces 2m 28s. Top blends 2m 46s. Initial set up of the tertiary blends 4m 27s.
Tertiary blend surfaces 2m 36s. Splitting the slab surfaces 3m 16s. Joining the trimmed elements 1m 4s. Final fillet 2m 41s. Relationships to neighboring geometry 3m 41s. Modifications 2m 2s. Learn more about Class A surfacing 16s.
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CATIA V5: Class A Surfacing
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