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Croe guide is intended for users who need to become quickly familiar with the product. This manual also covers the needs of the P1 Tooling Design application. Functions that are specific to Mold Tooling Design and therefore not available to Tooling Design users are indicated by either this image in the left. The Mold Tooling Design application helps you design a complete injection mold, from the mold base to the components using user-defined and standard catalogs. The Mold Tooling Design User’s Guide has been designed to show you how to create a mold base and add all the required mold components to it.
Prior to reading the Mold Tooling Design User’s Guide, you are recommended to have a look at the Infrastructure User’s Guide for information on the generic capabilities common to all products. To make the most out of this book, we suggest that a beginning user reads the Getting Started chapter first of all caia the Workbench Description to find his way around the Core and Cavity Design workbench.
The User Tasks section gives a quick description of the operating mode of the various actions, whereas the Methodology section helps you make the most of those actions. To perform the scenarios, sample documents are provided all along this documentation.
Before getting into a more detailed use of the Mold Tooling Design application, here is a step-by-step scenario which will help you become familiar with the main functions of the product. This exercise should take you no longer than 30 minutes to complete. The main tasks proposed in this section are:. This task shows you how to enter the Mold Tooling Design workbench. Note that “Product” is displayed in the specification tree, meaning that you are working in a Product Structure. Click on ‘Product1’ in the specification tree to make it active.
It is now displayed in orange. CATPart file from the tutoriak Split directory. This is the part to be molded:. Simultaneously, the outline of a mold base is displayed on the part. Click on the catalog icon to open the catalog browser.
Double-click on Dme to select the supplier. Click on the Table button.
Scroll down corr line 37 and double click on the reference N in the table push the Table button to display the table. When the main panel is redisplayed, cagity the design table icon for the Cavity. The design table of a plate is used to define the dimensions of the plate. Here we want to define thickness of the CavityPlate. Click on OK to validate your choice then repeat this step for the Core. The outline of the mold base is displayed with a different color for each plate.
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Click on OK in the ‘Create a new mold’ dialog box for final validation of the mold base. The mold base is created. Note that the mold feature is created in coore position and orientation of the molded part and is indicated in the specification tree. Do tutoria, hesitate to change the Render Style according to your working preferences. Select the cavity plate in the specification tree with a click CavityPlate in the Injection Side of the mold.
Open the contextual menu with the right mouse button and select the CavityPlate.
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CavitySurface is given as the proposed splitting surface in this case because a surface with this name was found in the MoldedPart; tutotial no surface with this name is found No Selection you will have to choose one from the MoldedPart, for instance.
Click on Display direction to show the direction in tutoria the split will occur and then click on one of the orange direction arrow on the mold to make sure the split will be upwards. Proceed the same way with the core plate by selecting it from the Ejection Side in the specification tree and applying a split action via the contextual menu.
No selection is given as the proposed splitting surface in this case because no CoreSurface was found in the MoldedPart. Select CoreSide in the PartingBody in the specifications tree. Click on Display direction to show the direction in which the split will occur and then click on one of the orange direction arrow on the mold to make sure the split will be downwards. Here is what you should obtain:. This task shows you how to insert mold components into a selected mold base.
In this exercise you will insert 4 leader pins that will be positioned on already existing points. Double-click on the reference to open the leader pin definition dialog box; As know-how rules are applied, a filter proposes only leader pins with a consistent diameter value.
First select a point which is displayed as a filled circle and not a cross on the mold base. To create the holes associated to each leader pin, position the From and the To elements respectively to ClampingPlate and CavityPlate.
If you are not satisfied with one of the created leader pins, select it in the specification tree, then use its contextual menu Edit LeaderPin Component or Delete Component. This task shows you how to position mold components onto a selected mold base.
In this exercise you will create and position an ejector pin onto the current mold base. In the catalog browser dialog box, select the Hasco supplier and continue into more detailed definition of the ejector pin as follows:. As know-how rules are applied, a filter proposes only ejector pins with a consistent length value. Pick the bottom face on EjectorPlateA as shown below: Locate the ejector pin on the grid and define the plates to drill in the dialog box from EjectorPlateA to Core Plate.
Click on OK to validate the creation of the ejector pin. Here is the final result: Here is the final result:. This task shows you how to create a gate on the molded part. Click the Add Gate icon. The gate definition dialog box is displayed. Click on the catalog icon to open the catalog browser and double-click on Side type, then choose the Round type.
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Side Round Type, stamped in the Core,with a length of 1. Click OK to create the gate. Note that a GateBody has been added to the MoldedPart in the specification tree. This task shows you how to create a runner on the molded part.
Double click on MoldedPart in the specification tree. Click xnd Project 3D Elements icon and select the gate that you just created yellow square. This projects the gate into the xy plane, i. The runner path is made of lines and arcs, that should be continuous in tangency.
This sketch will be the guide Layout along which a profile Anv is swept to create the runner. Exit the Desihn with this icon and return to the product double click on Product in the specification tree.
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This task shows you how to create a coolant channel. Double click CoreCooling in CoreCooling1. Create a point on the CoolingPlane. Do this by choosing On Plane and clicking on yz1 in the specification tree under Open body.
A small blue square is displayed that you can move around in the plane until you find a point that is satisfactory. Click to stop the square moving and press OK to confirm your selection. Now create another point on the face on the opposite side of the CoreCooling. Use yz2 as the support plane. This ensures that the coolant channel will go through the mold from one side to the other.
Click the Add Coolant Channel icon and select the two points that you have just created. The coolant channel definition dialog box and a cylindrical hole are displayed in the viewer. Choose the target directory and push the Propagate directory button. Click OK, the saving starts and all of the components that make up your mold are now in the MyNewMold directory.
Using the contextual menu, edit the part properties, go to the Product tab and give MoldedPart as its Part Number. You can also begin by creating a mold base which automatically contains an empty MoldedPart where you can complete the steps given below. Select the Part in the MoldedPart viewer and use the Paste special function in the contextual menu. This ensures that if the original part to mold is modified that the modifications will be applied to the MoldedPart.
Click the Scaling icon. Enter a ratio value of 1. An axis system is also created and used for the definition of the main pulling direction. Tutorial – Catia – Mold Marco row Enviado por: Parte 1 de 2 Mold Tooling Design.
Incrivelmente absorvente do primeiro ao The part file must contain catua part itself along with all the surfaces required for the core plate and the. We advise that the split surface for the CavityPlate should be named CavitySurface, and that for the.