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DELMIA V5 Lathe

Training Course
Duration
1 day

Participant’s Profile
Manufacturing Users (NC Programmers)

Prerequisites
CATIA V5 Fundamentals
Numerical Control Infrastructure Workbench

Objectives
Upon completion of these courses students will be able to define Lathe Machining operations, in addition to managing Lathe tools and tool assemblies. Students will able be able to understand and use different methodologies for Lathe Machining.

The course includes a mixture of presentation, tutorial and exercises, enabling students to gain hands-on experience. Course sizes are intentionally kept small, allowing our trainers to meet the requirements of individual students, while relating course content to work related issues.

The course covers the following topics:
  • Introduction to Lathe Machining
  • Lathe Operations
  • Rough Turning Operation
  • Groove Turning Operation
  • Recess Turning Operation
  • Groove Finish Turning Operation
  • Profile Finish Turning Operation
  • Thread Turning Operation
  • Sequential Turning Operation
  • Ramp Rough Turning Operation
  • Ramp Recess Turning Operation
  • Tools and Tool Assemblies Management
  • Methodologies for Lathe Machining

DELMIA V5 Manufacturing (Up to 5 axis prismatic)

Training Course
Duration
5 days

Participant’s Profile
Manufacturing Users (NC Programmers)

Prerequisites
CATIA V5 Fundamentals

Objectives
At the end of this course, participants will be able to use the common platform for 2.5 to 3-axis machining capabilities for products NCG & PMG. The course includes a mixture of presentation, tutorial and exercises, enabling students to gain hands-on experience. Course sizes are intentionally kept small, typically 6 students. This allows our trainers to meet the requirements of individual students, while relating course content to work related issues.

The course is split into four parts:

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DELMIA V5 Robotics

Training Course

Duration
2 days

Participant’s Profile
Simulation, Industrial and Mechanical Engineers

Prerequisites
CATIA V5 Fundamentals and Mechanical Engineering in general

Objectives
At the end of this course, participants will be able to create, program, simulate, and validate an entire robot work cell for any manufacturing industry, and also create Input/ Output (IOs) connections and validate them in context with the organizational resource.

The course includes a mixture of presentation, tutorial and exercises, enabling students to gain hands-on experience. Course sizes are intentionally kept small, typically 6 students. This allows our trainer to meet the requirements of individual students, while relating course content to work related issues.

The course is split into two parts:

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DELMIA V5 PLMX Arc Welding

Training Course
Duration
2 days

Participant’s Profile
Simulation, Industrial and Mechanical Engineers

Prerequisites
CATIA V5 Fundamentals and Mechanical Engineering in general

Objectives
Upon completion of the course, the participants will learn how to prepare the working environment, create arc welding tasks, optimize robot motion and work with Arc Macro Programming.

The course includes a mixture of presentation, tutorial and exercises, enabling students to gain hands-on experience. Course sizes are intentionally kept small, typically 6 students. This allows our trainer to meet the requirements of individual students, while relating course content to work related issues.

The course is split into two parts:

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