I'd like to learn more about Part, Assembly, Generative Shape Design (especially) and Generative Sheetmetal Design as my uni provided relatively basic courses only. Does anyone have recommendations on it?
Or how did you get better?
Any tip is highly appreciated!
Yoou should try any advanced catia tutorial videos on youtobe and also write this on the Google search box. There are many kinds of examples and that will help you.
Thanks for the tip, nese!
I went through quite a few videos before I posted this question, but I found there were a few problems with it. One being the low quality of the video itself (bad resolution, to few frames and therefore missing clicks, etc.) and the other major problem was to find explanations for the tools that are being used, as most tutorials only tell you what settings they used for the particular model (in the best case).
Another difficulty was that I was looking for the explanation/usage of particular tools or functions, but it the description of the video would not state clearly which ones it is introducing. So in most cases I ended up watching several videos without getting any information on what I was actually looking for.
Am I just missing something when I type in the keywords, or what do you think could be the problem? As you seem to make good experiences with it.
Maybe I was just not lucky with the videos I chose, so I'll give it another try :)...