Can we create mold of this part - means core & cavity.
Here is the split into core, cavity and slides
I tried to minimize the number of slides and this will give you an idea.(there is an exploded view in the viewer)
Hope this helps
On initial review, this parts seems OK for creating the core and cavity but you would need additional side cores. Also before you start the core/cavity, add the proper draft to the model..
Thank you for your reply.
Side core & draft not important for me. Please help in core & cavity extraction.
Using direct mold tools might be little complex for creating the core/cavity, so better use manual methods to create the required core/cavity.
I do not have access to 2018 version at the moment and can only view your file.
I had add a parasolid file, plz guide me.
Just briefly looked into your part and one of the major issue is draft
Absolutely no draft on all places in draw direction (Yellow color shows-no draft)
This part will not release from the mold without proper draft and certain slots and pockets are formed by seal-off between core and cavity. These seal-off face need more angle.
Most of the outer profiles need either slide, lifter or both for undercut situations
Sir, draft & undercut is not important for me, please help me in core & cavity extraction.
If draft & undercut do not matter, then we can only surmise that this is a school/training project and thus something that YOU need to do.
Sir thank you for your reply. Yes Sir, this is not for manufacturing. I just need assignment to create core & cavity by any method for only presentation.
Hi Pal....you need to add movements to your product...I will help you but give me some time to do able.
Make a block, insert the part inside said block, subtract the part from the block and cut it all in half, you have your core and cavity.
It's not that easy as it's modeled
Not only core & cavity, but minimum 2 slides for the ends
If you use mold tools in SolidWorks, you have to use lots of manual surface tools to get the proper split
Tim Taby,Next time, look at the part...or at least the screen-shots of it. What you suggested...WILL...NOT...WORK.
..well,.. first off,.. let's start with a clean file... and second,.. looks challenging, it looks like all sides pulling (slides),.. good luck!
(image/file attached,.. btw,.. looks like a AMP connector,.. modeled in Pro/e?)
Here you can start with something like this
I was being facetious in my response. When a person making a mold cavity isn't concerned with drafting or having side pulls on a complex part like this, you know they are not serious about making the mold properly anyways.
I'm not sure you should really be wasting your time on this. It's a college project and as it appears normal the guy just wants someone to do it for him without understanding the modelling or what a mould tool is.
Richard Gergely wrote: I'm not sure you should really be wasting your time on this. It's a college project and as it appears normal the guy just wants someone to do it for him without understanding the modelling or what a mould tool is.
Richard Gergely wrote:
Sir, can you please send me this model.
I don't finished yet, but you must to see the idea (now I'm working hard on a projet and I can't finished) try to understand the idea and finish by you own....
Sir thank you for your guidence, I tried but didn't get the results. Can you please share me the Solidworks final model.
Ashok Kumar wrote: Sir thank you for your guidence, I tried but didn't get the results. Can you please share me the Solidworks final model.
Ashok Kumar wrote:
A little freelance cash on the side for you JOHN,
As I mentioned earlier, it's not that simple to create the split
You can use mold tools and surface tools together or use the surface tools and feature tools to create the split
You have the core, cavity and slide models to view. Take this as a reference and develop from there
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