The Catia's software to make 3D modellings

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The Catia's software to make 3D modellings

Postby arc3d » Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:50 am

Hello, I would like to know if the Catia's software being used widely in the international countries?

I have checked it, it's one kind of modelling software specially used for making cars and airplans. How long time it costs to learn it? I have a good friend and asked if we had this experience on this software.

thank you

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Re: The Catia's software to make 3D modellings

Postby rgbsolutions » Wed Apr 09, 2008 6:25 am

arc3d wrote:Hello, I would like to know if the Catia's software being used widely in the international countries?

I have checked it, it's one kind of modelling software specially used for making cars and airplans. How long time it costs to learn it? I have a good friend and asked if we had this experience on this software.

thank you

Sue


CATIA is mostly used by automotive and aviation industries. Chrysler for one uses it on most their part designs.

Ive been using CATIA since 2003 (Catia V3). Learning it would require lots of practice time. However with V5 its more simplified because of its icons that explains its functions.

If you need on some help, just PM me :wink:

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