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How to convert STL to STEP using FreeCAD

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This tutorial will cover how to covert an STL to a STEP file using FreeCAD. Note: Since an STL is a mesh file, the resulting solid will not be as precise as parts made out of solids FreeCAD can export: - Step - Iges - Scad - Dxf - Dwg - Obj - Pdf And many others…
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SolidWorks Complete Course in Urdu Hindi Part 9 | Advanced and Mechanical Mates in Assembly

1 1 Beginner
In this SolidWorks Tutorial in Urdu/Hindi I will teach you types of Advance Mates and Mechanical Mates in SolidWorks Assembly. . A complete course of SolidWorks in urdu/hindi language for the beginners. Friends we have another youtube channel on the Topic " How and Why" where you can watch very informative videos in Hindi/Urdu Please Check it too https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLsKpfIdbiC0A78kc1gzAog for part 8: https://youtu.be/qYASl06oVGE for part 10: Will be uploaded soon SolidWorks 2016 Tutorial Subscribe for More SolidWorks Tutorials Easy SolidWorks 2016 Tutorials for Beginners My Facebook id: https://www.facebook.com/usman.akhtar.5 My Page link: https://www.facebook.com/solid.online.Training
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AutoCAD | Design Transformer

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Step by step how to design Electrical Transformer in AutoCAD
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Solidworks simulation tutorials

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Follow the instructions below
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The Length And Width Of A Ring .

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How to measure the length and width of a ring . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zKmm4ZYi10
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SolidWorks Complete Learning Course Step by Step | Part 5 | Surfaces Tab

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In this Part you will learn all commands of SolidWorks Surfaces Tab. This is a Complete Course of SolidWorks in which you will learn SolidWorks from Basics to Advanced Level. Very Easy SolidWorks Video Tutorial Series for you to learn solidworks step by step. Part 1: https://youtu.be/fsdSJPXB22Y Next Part: will be uploaded soon ( Make Sure to press notification bell to get notified about next parts) About this Channel Here you will find Videos Related to 1. SolidWorks 2. Hydro Power 3. FYP Designing and Manufacturing. 4. Electrical Engineering 5. 3D Printing 6. Low RPM Alternators 7. Manufacturing of Hydro Turbines Subscribe to this channel for all updates mentioned above. SolidWorks Complete Learning Step by Step from Basics to Advanced Level: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJR3qNZXHShwwR3BJzyv-5-Woled6n9KR Urdu / Hindi SolidWorks Learning : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJR3qNZXHShze-ZcfiGpsMjzfLY2e9Pyk Want me to Design Project for You??? Contact Me My WhatsApp: +92-322-5015598 My Facebook id: https://www.facebook.com/usman.akhtar.5 My Page link: https://www.facebook.com/solid.online.Training
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Autocad to catia file conversion

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FILE CONVERSION
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Catia to nx file conversion

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FILE CONVERSION
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catia to autocad file conversion

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FILE CONVERSION
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Venting system of an Injection Mold

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Venting is a process that is used to remove trapped air from the closed mold and volatile gases from the processed molten plastic. Without venting, the trapped air will compress as plastic tries to force it out of the mold and the air will ignite, burning the surrounding plastic and causing charred areas on the molded part. Trapped air also keeps the plastic from filling in those areas of the cavity where the air is trapped so a non-filled (or short) part is molded. Volatile gases will be absorbed by the plastic and will cause voids, blisters, bubbles, and a variety of other defects. The concept of venting is simple: provide many pathways to allow trapped air and volatile gases to escape from the mold quickly and cleanly. The pathways should lead directly from the edge of the cavity image of the mold, or through ejector and/or core pin clearance holes, to the outside atmosphere surrounding the mold. These pathways need to be deep enough to let air and gases out easily, but not deep enough to allow the molten plastic to escape through them. Venting should be present on every mold and the vents should be inspected periodically to make sure they are not blocked due to scale buildup. The scale can build up especially if the vents are not properly designed. The correct design is discussed in the next section. VENT DIMENSIONS FOR COMMON MATERIALS Depending on the type of plastic being molded, and whether it is stiff or easy flow, the vent depths should range from 0.0005'' to 0.0020'' in depth. Table 1 gives average depths for some common materials. MATERIALVENT DEPTH (in.)ABS0.002Acetal0.0007Acrylic0.002Cellulose Acetate0.001Cell. Ace. Butyrate0.001Ionomer0.0007Nylon 6/60.0005Polycarbonate0.002Polyethylene0.001Polypropylene0.001Polyphenylene Oxide0.002Polyphenylene Sulfide0.0005Polysulfone0.001Polystyrene0.001PVC Rigid0.002Pvc Flexible0.0015 Table 1 Recommended Vent Depths The vent acts like a window in a wall. When the mold is closed the vent appears as a small tunnel going from the cavity to the edge of the mold. The dimension nomenclatures for the vent are shown in Figure 1. Figure 1 Typical Vent Dimensions. There are three major dimensions for the vent. First is ``D'', the vent depth, already determined by the chart shown in Table 1. Then, comes ``W'', the vent width. This can be anywhere from 1/8 inch wide or more, and a common width is 1/4 inch. There is no maximum width to a vent, but to be practical it should be somewhere between 1/8 and 1/2 inch in width. The final dimension is ``L,'' which stands for land. This dimension should be a minimum of 0.030 inch and a maximum of 1/8 inch. If it is too short, the remaining steel is too weak and will not hold up. If it is too long, the tunnel shape of the vent is too great and the hot gases and trapped air will condense in the tunnel as they travel through the opening, and block the venting action. This will not occur in the first 1/8 inch of travel. Therefore, we make the ``L'' dimension a maximum of 1/8 inch and then open up the depth and/or width of the vent to allow the condensed gases to deposit beyond the vent itself. HOW MANY VENTS ARE NEEDED? The simple answer is that you cannot have too many vents. The more detailed answer is to have at least 30% of the perimeter of the cavity image in vents, equally spaced around that perimeter, as shown in Figure 2. Figure 2 How many vents? Note that the part is small. It measures 2-1/2'' per side. By measuring the perimeter of the part, we add up the sides to get a total of 10 inches. If 30% of that should be in vents, we need a total of three inches worth of vents. If we use 1/4 inch wide vents, we end up with a total of 12 vents for this part. They can be equally spaced as shown, or begin by placing a vent in each of the four corners, one directly opposite the gate, and the others equally spaced in the remaining areas. Another, more conservative approach to venting states that there should be a vent at least every inch along the perimeter of the part cavity. In that case, there would be at least 10 vents for the part in Figure 2. Do not forget to vent the runner. Any air or gas that is trapped in the runner gets pushed into the cavity and must be removed from there. One of the big advantages of venting is that, if properly done, it allows gas and air to get out quickly and helps the plastic to inject faster and at lower injection pressures, thereby reducing stress and speeding up cycle times.
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How to Convert a CAD File to an STL File

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How CAD files are exported to STL is an important process for accurate building of parts. The step-by-step process for converting CAD fles to STL was taken straight from the mentioned companies websites.
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AutoCAD | 3D Part and 3D Dimensioning

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How to give dimensions on 3D part in AutoCAD.
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How to Convert .OBJ Files to VRML in Blender

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This Tutorial will teach you how to take an .OBJ file and convert it to VRML format to prepare it for 3D printing.
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SolidWorks Metallic Sheet Tutorial - ARPSolidWorks

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SolidWorks Metallic Sheet Tutorial. In this SolidWorks video I explain how to make a piece of sheet metal in SolidWorks step by step and in Spanish | Author: Andry Rodriguez Perez (ARPSolidWorks).
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How to Do Animation in SolidWorks on Pelton Wheel Turbine

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This is a short solidworks animation tutorial in which I will tell you basics of SolidWorks Animation by animating a pelton wheel turbine.