Hello, I am designing another mold:
I want to design two grooves so that the molten plastic can enter in the rounded spaces:
Unfortunately, I don't know how to do that .. Could you give me some ideas? Thanks in advance
Cut a square groove then radius the corner.
That tool looks symmetrical, at this point in time, to save work model it or chop it in half and do approx 1/2 the work until it needs to become a-symmetrical. For your groove, there are number of ways, one is a boundary/loft cut, or a swept cut, or extrude cut + draft to get the angle, or another solid body + combine/subtract.
It would be beneficial if you made an attempt on the model, and also some drawing or sketch with description or your intent for orifice size/shape at each end of the groove. The possibilities are too great now until you provide more explanation.
Sketch on the surface of the channel... convert the surface... save it as a block.... then create a reference plane at the angle you need (you only need one because you can mirror the feature about the center of the part for the second one)... sketch on plane... insert block, locate making the bottom line and the bottom of the channel co-linear... cut the profil up the point you need drafting if necessary... round off corners... mirror about the center plane (if you dint have a the part centered, make a reference plane and remember this for the next time you are making a part.
There are more advanced ways (and better) ways to do this. This way is simple and easy to understand.
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