Dmu kienematik

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DMU Kinematics Simulator Preface What's New? Getting Started Basic Tasks Advanced Tasks Workbench Description Glossary Index

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DMU Kinematics Simulator is an independent CAD product dedicated to simulating assembly motions. It addresses the design review environment of digital mock-ups (DMU) and can handle a wide range of productsfrom consumer goods to very large automotive or aerospace projects as well as plants, ships and heavy machinery. DMU Kinematics Simulator is a dedicated DMU Navigator workbench and is available on both UNIX and Windows NT environments. This guide is organized as follows: Getting Started Provides a scenario allowing you to get acquainted with the product. Basic Tasks Provides a step-by-step guide forusing DMU Kinematics Simulator. Useful tips are given for getting the most out of the product. Advanced Tasks Provides a step-by-step guide for using DMU Kinematics Simulator along with complementary DMU Navigator products. Workbench Description Describes menu commands and workbench toolbars that are useful for DMU Kinematics Simulator. Glossary Provides definitions of terms that are specific toDMU Kinematics Simulator. DMU Kinematics Simulator Version 5 makes use of CATIA Version 4 multi-model sessions that have been prepared with one or more kinematic mechanisms. This preparation task is described in the Basic User Tasks section of this guide.

Using This Guide
This guide is intended for the user who needs to quickly become familiar with ENOVIA-DMU Kinematics Simulator. The usershould be familiar with basic ENOVIA-DMU Navigator Version 5 concepts such as document windows, standard and view toolbars. To get the most out of this guide, we suggest you start reading and performing the step-by-step tutorials "Getting Started". The next sections present main capabilities in the form of user's tasks. It may be a good idea to take a look at the section describing the menus andtoolbars.

Where to Find More Information Prior to reading this book, we recommend that you read the ENOVIA-DMU Navigator User's Guide. You may also like to read the following complementary ENOVIA-DMU Navigator product guides, for which the appropriate license is required: DMU Fitting Simulator User's Guide DMU Space Analysis User's Guide

What's New?
Enhanced: Automatic design mode in:Managing Dressup Mechanism New Getting Started: Designing a V5 Mechanism New Task: Converting V4 Kinematic Data into DMU Kinematic Version 5 New Task: Creating a V5 Mechanism and Revolute Joints New task: Defining a Fixed Part New Task: Defining a Command New Task: Creating Joints New Task: Editing Joints

Getting Started
Before getting into the detailed instructions for using DMU KinematicsSimulator Version 5, the following tutorials aim at giving you a feel of what you can do with the product. It provides a step-by-step scenario showing you how to use key functionalities. The main tasks described in this section are:


Each Getting started should take about 10 minutes to complete.

Designing a V5 Mechanism
Before getting into the detailed instructions for using DMUKinematics Simulator Version 5, the following tutorial aims at giving you a feel of what you can do with the product. It provides a step-by-step scenario showing you how to use key functionalities. The main tasks described in this section are:


These tasks should take about 15 minutes to complete.

Entering the Workbench
Before starting this scenario, you should be familiar with the basiccommands common to all workbenches. These are described in the DMU Navigator User's Guide. Open the rods.CATProduct from the online\samples\dmukinematics directory. This first task will show you how to enter the DMU Kinematics Simulator workbench and select your models. 1. Select Digital Mockup -> DMU Kinematics from the Start menu The DMU Kinematics workbench is loaded and an empty document opens:...
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