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Constraints in CATIA

By S K Gautham Prashanth on 16 Nov 02:43 2 answers 3145 views 3 comments

In Assembly Design of CATIA what is the difference between fully constrained and partially constrained??? And how can we find whether the product is fully constrained???

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  • Nedim
    Nedim almost 4 years ago

    to see whether the model is fully constrained, do a explode after a update it must return in its original condition.
    A fully constrained model is an model with 0 DOF (drgrees of freedom).
    When your model have to mutch parts, then it is really hard ot impossible to fully constrain it with the usual way of assambly.

    Buth there is a way to do it easy, I can make a tutorial for you if you want.

  • vinoth
    vinoth over 3 years ago

    Hi Dude,

    There is an option to find whether the product is Fully constrain or not.

    Go to Analyze -> Constraints -> There you can find the details of your product constrains

    I hope this will help you.

    thanks
    vinoth

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