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# How you create a mold of a piece in SW ?

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• over 1 year ago

This is the answer for a detailed tutorial for this question

1. ### Step 1

1 - importing a step file format and click OK

2. ### Step 2

2 - then click on Import Diagnostics

3. ### Step 3

3 - and click on the correct surfaces

4. ### Step 4

4 -And here is the piece with surfaces corrected

5. ### Step 5

5 -is added after the window molding tools

6. ### Step 6

6 - we begin our work by joint lines

7. ### Step 7

7 - you select the aperture plane

8. ### Step 8

8 -and click on analysis of body

9. ### Step 9

9 -we note that there are more colors click on the stop which is between the two colors.
- click the right mouse button and select tangency

10. ### Step 10

10 -we note that lines joints are selected

11. ### Step 11

11 -Here is the line of joints that is blue

12. ### Step 12

12 -we click on the plane attached

13. ### Step 13

13 -we set the plane of the joint in 36 mm

14. ### Step 14

14 -click ok

15. ### Step 15

15 -after we go to the last operation
(kernel - print)

16. ### Step 16

16 -click kernel - print
and click on the plane

17. ### Step 17

17 -after it will automatically insert a sketch
we draw a rectangle that must be below the plane of the joint

18. ### Step 18

18 - Click ok

19. ### Step 19

19 - is taken as the dimensions of the image

20. ### Step 20

20 - and here our mold is created

21. ### Step 21

21 - we hide the parting

22. ### Step 22

22 -moving the upper part

23. ### Step 23

23 - a height of 60 mm

24. ### Step 24

24 - After our piece on Chache

25. ### Step 25

25 - This is our core - stamp

26. ### Step 26

26 - you find the mold here to repeat the tutorial :
kernel - print

• over 1 year ago

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