Hello guys please help to make mold for this part according to part line
find it in attaches
please explan to me some steps with mold file
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..don't worry,.. we are assigning our best people on this... and they will have it finished for you on Monday morning, sharp!
Isn't this the same dumpster fire as the one in a different post?
...btw.. if Monday is not soon enuf... here's a video which may help..
SolidWorks Tutorial: Create Core/Cavity for a part - YouTube
..or,.. option B... you don't need no stinking mold tools.. just join/split it apart.
It's not Monday yet!! Can't be, I have lot's of fun stuff planned for the weekend!
Please attach file
Monday one of the forums high paid users may but,.. seriously,.. try to show your work and we can help and ..there's information on that image with the feature tree to give you enough clues.
..just give it a try....
..now, now Veruca...
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Wall thickness varies from 10mm down to 5mm...not good.
Several areas need to have draft added. (If you don't design it right, don't be surprised when it doesn't get built right.)
What shrinkage needs to be applied? (The normal design process for mold design is that the part is first scaled up to account for shrinkage and then it is split into core/cavity.)
Do the corners that are currently sharp, have to be sharp?
Several sketches that are not fully defined/constrained? Come on rookie...get it together!
You've got a part with a dead-flat parting line and you can't figure it out?
This part for training not to product
So I don't take some issues into account like draft and thickness.. ..etc.
Perhaps, since this is for training, you should train yourself to be in the habit of doing it right. "It's for training" is NOT a valid reason for doing things wrong or poorly. It is the exact OPPOSITE. If this is for training, then it is all the more important for everything to be done properly. Otherwise you are simply training yourself to be sloppy, training yourself to overlook the important details.
I dare say this is a college exercise so you could argue the only person who will suffer with it not being done properly is the OP. Where as in the real world if the part design and tool design aren't done properly everyone suffers along the line.
But you are right Doug you should be trying to do it properly or there is little point in doing it in the first place.
I thought that I would through some gasoline on this dumpster fire.
I was not able to open your file, future version, however, reading the comments the others are all correct.
A while back I found this an it has a lot of good information, actually questions to be answered for mold designs.
I thought that this is a good time to share with the group.
I had a good look through but was not over keen on it. Though it's a start if you have nothing. I have better stuff here but it's all copyright so unfortunately I can't upload it (mind you one of them is a 500 page book so would have been a big upload).
Where is Rick Becker when he's needed the most.... ah man - somewhere on a cruise - cruisin for a brusin
Alan Bumbaugh - that is good info, and went into the archive - thanks
Ok - we got a circular rebuild issue going on here
Need help to generate mold for pipe part
Need help to generate mold for pipe part
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I am not getting in to the product design or mold design basics of the part like draft scale etc.. Well let me share you the way I do this kind of parts. The hollow Ids will not allow you to construct the Parting Line(P/L) through, so I will create a core (solid body corresponds to the Id profile) and make a copy of this and will combine with the original part-copy and do the splitting with mold tools for the new combined body part. and delete this body after the use. Hope this will be the answer you are looking for. Please follow the below link to download the file which I have done splitting for the discussed part. Mark your feedback once you feel useful.. Cheers..
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