SolidWorks Mold Design - Toronto


Starts: July 10, 2017 at 09:00 Ends: July 11, 2017 at 17:00

SolidWorks Mold Design

Course Description

SolidWorks Mold Design teaches you several manual mold creation techniques and how to use the Mold Tools in SolidWorks mechanical design automation software.

Prerequisites

  • Advanced Part Modeling or equivalent experience

Course Components:

1) Core & Cavity

  • Mold Analysis Tools
  • Analyzing Draft on a Model
  • Draft Analysis Colors, Options
  • Adding Draft
  • Scale the Part to Allow for Shrinkage
  • Determine the Parting Lines
  • Manual Selection of Parting Lines
  • Modeling & Smoothing the Parting Surfaces
  • Surface Bodies
  • Creating, Interlocking the Mold Tooling

2) Multiple Parting Directions

  • Trapped Molding Areas
  • Side Cores, Lifters, Core Pins
  • Electrode Design and Clearances
  • Keeping the Sharp Edges

3) Importing & Repairing Geometry

  • Importing Data, Solids and Surfaces
  • 3D Model Types
  • Geometry vs. Topology
  • Creating Solids From Surfaces
  • Decomposing a Solid into Surfaces
  • Understanding Modeling Systems and File Translation
  • How to diagnose and repair failed imports
  • Checking Solid Bodies, Repairing Gaps
  • king Copies of Faces
  • Repairing Faces

4) Parting Lines & Shut-Off Surfaces

  • Shut-Off, Core & Cavity Surfaces
  • Tooling Split
  • Seeing Inside the Mold

5) Repairs & Surfaces

  • Creating New Drafted Faces
  • Interlock Surfaces

6) Using Surfaces

  • Surfaces in Mold Making
  • Creating Surface Bodies From Faces
  • Organizing Surfaces
  • Manual Shut-off Surface
  • Side Cores with Surfaces
  • Partial Parting Lines

7) Reusable Data

  • Library Features, Smart Components
  • Task Pane, Design Library
  • Library Features
  • 3D ContentCentral

8) Alternate Methods for Mold Design

  • Using Combine & Split
  • Creating a Cavity
  • Using the Up To Surface Method
  • Manually Creating Shut-off Surfaces

9) Making a Complete Mold

  • Modeling Repairs
  • Mold Split Folders, Runners & Gates
  • Side Cores, Ejector Pins, Core Pins
  • Organizing the Assembly
  • Creating Individual Parts
  • Mold Base
  • Modifying the Lifters
  • Cooling the Mold
  • Making the Drawing
  • Making Changes
  • Completing the Process

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CAD MicroSolutions

65 International Boulevard, Suite 103
Toronto, Ontario M9W6L9
416-213-0533 416-213-0533
info@cadmicro.com

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65 International Boulevard, Suite 103, Toronto, Ontario M9W6L9

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