I want the top half green and the bottom half red. How do I do that?
Really?!? Midplane the first extrude and draft each side in the same feature. Add draft to the second extrude. Done.
David Dinius shows the way that would be the easiest for your part.
Is this part being made from fiberglass?
(If it is being injection molded, the way you currently have it drafted is ideal...except you will want the entire part shape to be on the core side of the mold and the cavity will simply be flat with no part shape.)
The flag will probably just be plastic because it's the preferred material for usps.
If it is just a molded plastic part, then you are only increasing the cost and potential problems by trying to have 1/2 of the flag in the cavity-side of the tool and 1/2 of the flag in the core-side of the tool. Just put the entire flag into the core-side of the tool.
So I'll just make all the yellow turn green? I can do that.
What I think Dave meant to politely say was, there are two good ways of doing this.
1. If your main body was sketched on the top plane then extruded, add draft during the extrusion. You can go back and edit that feature, extrude midplane the desired amount and add draft while extruding. The second boss you made can also be extruded with draft.
2. Add a split line where you want the draft to originate from. Then add draft using the draft tool. http://help.solidworks.com/2016/english/solidworks/sldworks/t_parting_line_draft.htm
2016 SOLIDWORKS Help - Parting Line Draft
3. The second boss can have draft added using the draft tool as well. 2016 SOLIDWORKS Help - Neutral Plane Draft
This is a relatively simple part. I think all experienced users would suggest getting some more training in SolidWorks.
Use a Split Line to divide the faces and draft from the edges.
If done (the right way) like Doug Seibel has pointed out, the split will look like this:
And I think it was originally drafted to be split this way.
If I invert the red and green will that still work?
No, the green side is your cavity side and the red is the core side. As Doug pointed out, you want the cavity side flat and all of the part in the ejector side.
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