CATIA VS SOLIDWORKS DIFFERENCE

ABOUT CATIA ABOUT SOLIDWORKS

CATIA VS SOLIDWORKS DIFFERENCE AND DIFFERNCE BETWEEN CATIA AND SOLIDWORKS .

Both of these programs come from the same company: Dassault Systèmes. Both are 3D CAD programs widely used in fields such as engineering and product design. However, there are some clear differences between these two stablemates. Read on for all the information you need to know on CATIA vs SolidWorks.

Solidworks is pretty good and easy to deal with but … however easy or hard we need the work to be done
Catia is more complicated than solidworks simple cause it is for professional usage and Catia is more usable in industries than solid works
Catia is taking the lead especially in car and aircraft designing  Solidworks is good at finishing the small parts faster than Catia

                           CATIA VS SOLIDWORKS DIFFERNCE

                                     

CATIA – 

Developed by – Dassault Système

First released – 1977

Latest release- CATIA R2017X (January 31, 2017)

SOLIDWORKS

Developed by – Dassault Système

First released – 1995

Latest release- SolidWorks 2018 (October 18, 2017)

SOLIDWORKS USER INTERFACE

                                                     SOLIDWORKS USER INTERFACE

SolidWorks Corporation was founded in December 1993 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate Jon Hirschtick. Hirschtick used $1 million he had made while a member of the MIT Blackjack Team to set up the company. Initially based in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA, Hirschtick recruited a team of engineers with the goal of building 3D CAD software that was easy-to-use, affordable, and available on the Windows desktop. Operating later from Concord, Massachusetts, SolidWorks released its first product SolidWorks 95, in 1995. In 1997 Dassault, best known for its CATIA CAD software, acquired SolidWorks for $310 million in stock

CATIA USER INTERFACE 

                                                       CATIA USER INTERFACE

CATIA incorporates specialized design software for disciplines such as wiring, sheet metal, and composite materials for aircraft. CATIA incorporates four separate products for designing electrical raceways, conduits, and wave guides. In the field of car design, CATIA has a specialized application for so-called class A surfaces that enables workers to start with points digitized from clay models and produce smooth mathematical surfaces for production of tools and inspection of finished parts. CATIA also offers shape-modeling capabilities beyond those of SolidWorks. Generative Surface Design (GSD) product enables designers to sweep, revolve, and loft surfaces as can be done with solid models. It also enables designers to do things that can’t be done with parametric solids alone. For example, a designer can draw lines or curves in space and fit surfaces between them. Surfaces created in this way can be intersected, trimmed to the intersection curve, and blended with fillets. GSD also enables engineers to add surfaces that blend between non-intersecting surfaces.

CATIA :  SHEET METAL STRONG
SOLIDWORKS : SHEET METAL MEDIUM

CATIA – 3D PRINT NOT
SOLIDWORKS : 3D PRINT YES

CATIA : LEARN DIFFICULT FOR NEW USER
SOLIDWORKS : LEARN EASY FOR NEW USER

 

SOLIDWORKS HISTORY

CATIA HISTORY

SOLIDWORKS 3D DRAWING FOR PRACTICE

CATIA  3D DRAWING EXERCISE

SOLIDWORKS ASSEMBLY DRAWING FOR PRACTICE

SOLIDWORKS SHORTCUTS COMMANDS

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