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Modeling A Bent Pipe In CATIA - Tutorial for beginners  

 
Written by Girish Kumar  
Saturday, 12 October 2013
Category CATIA - Modeling and Sketcher  
 
This tutorial exercise provides step by step instruction on modeling a bent pipe using CATIA. Follow the steps shown below.
 
Step One
Open CATIA by double clicking the Icon which would be in your desktop if you are using Windows and believe it to be the same for UNIX also. The screen would be as in Figure 1.
 
Figure 1.
 
Step Two
Click File menu from top of your screen and click new file option from the menu list as shown in Figure 2.
 
Figure 2.
 
Step Three
Then a small dialogue box appears as shown in Figure 3. Select part from the list and click OK. Then a default part with name part1 is opened.
 
Figure 3.
 
Step Four
Select “yz plane” from specification tree as shown in Figure 4.
 
Figure 4.
 
Step Five
Select “Sketcher” workbench by clicking the icon as shown in Figure 5.
 
Figure 4.
 
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