What is the Colour of under constrained elements in Catia Sketcher?
White: Under-Constrained Element.
What is the Colour of fully constrained sketches?
Sketch geometry changes color to black when it is fully constrained.
Which of the following colors demonstrate a fully constrained sketch in Catia v5?
Green elements are fully constrained elements; CATIA parameters control the position and size. To modify the elements, you must change the controlling dimension. The profile is fully-constrained when the entire closed profile displays in green. Brown elements are ones you cannot change.
What is fully constraint?
When an object is fully constrained, all relevant geometric and dimensional constraints are applied to the geometry. You should always fully constrain geometry in a dynamic block definition that contains constraints to prevent unpredictable behavior during block insertion.
What is a fully constrained sketch?
Constraints, dimensions, and parameters are all used to create relationships that control, or constrain, Sketcher geometry. Geometry is constrained by the removal of degrees of freedom from the sketch.
Why do you need to fully dimension and constrain geometry?
Apply geometric constraints before dimensions so that the sketch shape is less likely to distort. Use both geometric constraints and dimensions. Some constraint combinations can distort under-constrained portions of the sketch.
What is ISO-constrained?
What do you mean by ISO-Constraints? If all of the degrees of freedom of geometry have been takes up by a consistent combination of dimensions & fixed geometry. That geometry is said to be ISO-CONSTRAINED. Geometry that still has some degrees of freedom is said to be UNDER constrained.