Our Favorite Catia 3D CAD Models from the GrabCAD Community
GrabCAD Groups are going strong and so are our members when it comes to creating CAD models in CATIA. In honor of our CATIA Users Group reaching over 850 members, we wanted to highlight some of our members, and their CAD models, who have made incredibly realistic and professional creations using CATIA. Check them out!
A beautiful render of a McLaren, a nearly $130,000 car, created by Fazel Gholamshahi.
This forest trailer involves a hydraulic arm with stability supports and a loading frame. GrabCAD member Andrej Mikus designed this intricate model with his schoolmates for seminar work.
Sikorsky MH-53 Pavelow
The MH-53J Pave Low III helicopter was the largest, most powerful and technologically advanced transport helicopter in the US Air Force inventory. And this very, very realistic render created by Anirudh Rao does it justice!
An incredible model of a $1.4 million Pagani Huayra designed and rendered by Emre Delibalta.
We were very impressed when we found out this was the first CATIA model Mechanical Engineer Bertuğ Güven had shared. It looks like the work of a true professional.
Warehouse Rolling Ladder
With a little help from GrabCAD Member Daniel Smith, designer Angel Ramirez was able to include worker men in his 2 floor rolling ladder.
This model of an iPhone X is so realistic that it looks like it could have been taken right from Apple’s website! Designer Sagar Sc sure has perfected his CATIA skills.
Double wishbone designs like this one allow an engineer to carefully control the motion of the wheel in an automobile throughout suspension travel. Designer Avnish Kumar did a great job of replicating one.
Visit the GrabCAD Community Library to check out even more great 3D CAD models.
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Emma is the Marketing Intern at GrabCAD. She graduated from Syracuse University in 2018 with a degree in Psychology and Marketing. She has experience and interest in both digital and print marketing, and is on track to attain her MBA from Northeastern University in 2020.
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