CATIA V5 -Tubing Schematic to Design– TUE

CATIA V5 -Tubing Schematic to Design– TUE

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Early in the product conception phase, companies need to take into account manufacturing standards and norms. The lack of built-in catalogs and specifications increases design time and costs.

Overview

CATIA - Tubing Schematic to Design product enables the designer to design and manage logical lines of tubing systems using standards and specifications according to industry usage. It enables the creation of component catalogs with multi-representation, attributes and design rules. The system engineer creates intelligent schematics tubing diagrams.
Fully integrated, the tubing designer builds the 3D design directly from 2D diagrams (2D/3D driven). These intelligent diagrams and 3D design capability enable users to create and validate their designs with respect to company know-how.
This product covers project engineering from basic design up to detailed design.
Tubing versus Piping: tubing lines are manufactured using a bending process. The diameter is usually smaller than piping. Tubing lines may include flexible tubes.

Customer Benefits

  • Improve product performance and quality thanks to standard and materials specification taking account design rules, automatic parts placement and multi-representation

  • Full associativity between 2D schematics and 3D Tubing design

  • Improves design time with an intuitive user interface to annotate, validate the model, query data and generate appropriate report

    information

  • Full integration between mechanical and equipment and system

    products such as associativity between supports and tubes

  • Enables complex 3D design of tubing placement taking into

    account room constraint

  • Capitalize on company know-how to design right the first time

  • Catalogs customization with full parametric components alongside

    technological attributes such as pressure, temperature, etc.

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