How to FDM Print for Part Sliding Clearance

13 3 Intermediate
If you are 3D printing parts that have to fit/slide together after printing, you will need to put some sort of clearance between those parts in your CAD system. A good starting place is a clearance 2x the layer height you are going to print at, but you should make a few smaller test prints at different clearances to see if the 2x layer height rule holds for your particular situation and orientation. Have fun and happy printing!

Intro to Dynamic Simulation CATIA 3DX [Part 1]

3 0 Beginner
Hello 3DExperience Fans :) I took a 3-month break from YouTube to get fresh new ideas and now I am back to provide you new videos and tutorial for 3DExperience! Today's video is an introduction to Dynamic Simulation on CATIA 3DExperience R2020x. In first part we will talk about friction coefficient in contacts. First you will learn how to create a mechanism, add weight and create contacts between component. Then you will create a dynamic scenario in Mechanical Systems Experience. You will be able to create a gravity excitation and compute the dynamic simulation. The case of the simulation is a cube sliding on a ramp. You can play with the angle of the ramp and the friction coefficient to obtain different results in the dynamic simulation. Enjoy and remember to stay home! Hope this video will be helpful for you to learn more about 3DExperience :D Find the model on this GrabCad link Please Like, Comment, Share and Subscribe ;)

Tutorial : Creating Sliding Curve Motion in CATIA

0 0 Intermediate
Follow the steps to achieve slide curve motion.