Can any one help me for making it's core & cavity
Material i have to use -Nylon 6-6
Looking at your part, there are few things to clarify
See the picture
Have you tried any draft analysis and parting surface?
There is something wrong with your drawing and the part data you posted.I am getting only 6.45 deg angle cut.
Anyway, the issue is profile direction
If it is for weight reduction and shrink avoid, why can't you make it straight.
That will make the mold very simple
If you look at my previous picture, the red color shows undercut
A quick and dirty way to fix the problem with the draft on the pockets is to cut the pockets with more draft than the difference in angle between the mold direction and the perpendicular to the face that you put the sketch on. If you want a minimum of 2 degrees draft and your face angle is 6.45 degrees, make your draft 8.45 degrees.
6.45 degree is ok for me this angle cut only for resting I have upto 2 degree tolerance on angle cut.
If it is for weight reduction and shrink avoid, why can't you make it straigh-This will also be acceptable
Can u help me
Thanks for your response
If you make that profile straight, then it is a simple core & cavity split
Which version of SW are you using?
Meantime look at this video by Javelin Technologies
Thanks for uploading video
I am currentlu using Solid-works 2010
But recently our admin allow to use 2013
Once you modify the part with proper draft angle and draw direction, it is easy to create core and cavity.
There are lots of videos on youtube
Here is one
This is what you get if it is properly done
Thanks a lot sir,
It is looking ok
Can you upload the working file for my refrence for dimensional verification
I am using solid-works 2010.
If you are using future version then please upload .stp or .iges
Parasolid is generally the best format to use for exchanging files between newer and older SolidWorks versions. I suspect, but have never seen any evidence to back up my suspicion, that it is best for the newer version of SolidWorks to save using a version of Parasolid that matches the older version of SolidWorks. So a person running SolidWorks 2012 sending files to a person running SolidWorks 2010 would save using Parasolid 21.0
ohhhhh great Jerry sir,
Dear Mr. john
I would like to request you that please upload the above work in parasolid form.
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