CATIA – Digitized Shape Editor 2 (DSE) addresses digitalized data import, clean up, tessellation, cross sections, character line, shape and quality checking with. CATIA V5 Digitized Shape Editor is a powerful application used to read, import and process parts digitized to clouds of points. These clouds of points can then. Starting the Digitized Shape Editor Workbench · Importing a File · Meshing the Cloud of Points · Checking the Quality of the Mesh · Creating Curves · User Tasks .
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User can keep a sub-part of a digitized data defined by 3D box, by filtering the number of points or by cleaning up a part of the data. Mesh defects Non manifold edges, free edges,?
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Creating curves for character lines definition: The user can preview, scale, trim or change measuring units of the imported data. Real time quality checking: Obtaining the best quality meshes allows to drastically reduce the process duration.
Existing V4 clouds of points can be migrated to Version 5 as necessary. These actions may be done with user-friendly function Activation command.
Ease-of-use and high productivity: User can use specific command to manage display attribute, tune type of markers and apply shading on meshes. Top edior the range 3D mesher: This product takes place at the beginning of the Reverse Engineering cycle, just after the digitizing machines and before several processes covered thanks to the complementary use of other CATIA V5 applications from mechanical and freestyle surfaces design to direct manufacturing.
Tessellating digitized data to get meshes meshes: Without auto-intersection processing Creation of surfaces from the digitized data: Address digitised data import, clean up, tessellation, cross sections, character line, shape and quality checking with real-time diagnosis.
Intuitive user interface and dynamic mouse-based surface manipulations help users to create surfaces and manipulate them. Generate a thin offset on a Mesh: These curves can be smoothed by the user.