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Start command in CATIA to rotate CAD model continuously 360deg.
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Start command in CATIA to rotate CAD model continuously 360deg.

Start command in CATIA to rotate CAD model continuously 360deg.

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I have used a Start command some time back in CATIA to rotate a part continuously (automatically without my mouse/keyboard input). Now I forgot that Start command...It will open a dialog box where we can give Rotation Degree , Steps/Speed of rotation. Could you anyone help me by giving that CATIA START COMMAND

RE: Start command in CATIA to rotate CAD model continuously 360deg.

The old Rotate command was done with the graphics card in V4 and earlier. But, I've never seen a similar function in V5. Maybe it was added in V6?

RE: Start command in CATIA to rotate CAD model continuously 360deg.

I was curious to see if Catia has such capability.

CAD 2015

RE: Start command in CATIA to rotate CAD model continuously 360deg.

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RE: Start command in CATIA to rotate CAD model continuously 360deg.

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Thank you bow dougsnell....

RE: Start command in CATIA to rotate CAD model continuously 360deg.

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LWolf

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