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Autodesk Moldflow Simulation Synergy 2013 Autodesk Inventor Fusion 2013 C reating Hot-runner and Mold in Inventor Fusion for Moldflow Synergy. Stefan Kuehne Enterprise Simulation Specialist - EMEA Global Services. Hands On Overview. Guided. Given. Plastic part. Part 1:
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Autodesk Moldflow Simulation Synergy 2013Autodesk Inventor Fusion 2013Creating Hot-runner and Mold in Inventor Fusion for Moldflow SynergyStefan KuehneEnterprise Simulation Specialist - EMEA Global ServicesHands On OverviewGuidedGivenPlastic partPart 1: Hot-runner creationHot-runnerManifoldMold (cutting plane) Part 2: Mold creationPart 1: Hot-runner creationInventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldOpen CAD Model in Inventor Fusion
  • Open the Hotrunner_PlasticPart.iam assembly file
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldChange color
  • To change the color for each part separate:
  • Select Part, right click and select “Material”
  • Click “Visual”, move the cross lines and the color-line
  • color-line
  • Crosslines3D Hot Runner & Mold creation out of nothing This video will show the steps for slide 7-12.Start the video first and then create the model. Follow slide 7-12.Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldFirst preparations
  • Change to Surface
  • De-select Plastic part
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldClose holes for the hot-runner
  • Patch edges
  • Select 1st. Edge
  • Click OK
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldClose holes for the hot-runner
  • Use the same procedure to close the other 4 edges
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldCreate a new volume for the hot-runner melt
  • Select “Fluid Volume”
  • Select Internal
  • Select the model
  • Select 1st. Cap Surfaces
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldCreate a new volume for the hot-runner melt
  • Select the other edges
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldCreate a new volume for the hot-runner melt
  • Click OK
  • A new volume as a solid body is created. It presence the hot melt and can be used in Insight as “Hot runner 3D”.Part 2: Mold creationInventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldMold creation
  • Select Solid in the Modelling tab
  • Select 2-Point Rectangle
  • Select the blue surface
  • 123Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldMold creation
  • Create a rectangle
  • Add dimensions
  • 1000220300500Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldMold creation
  • Select “Extrude”
  • Select “New Component”
  • Select the hot-runner and the two circles
  • Use 500mm for the extrusion
  • Click OK
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldMold creation
  • Select “Boolean”
  • “Cut”and “Keep Tools”
  • Target-> Mold
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldMold creation
  • Select “Tools”
  • Select all 3 Components
  • Click OK
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldCoolant hole creation
  • Select Surface
  • Select “Center-Radius Circle”
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldCoolant hole creation
  • Add dimensions
  • Use 20mm for the circle
  • “Extrude”
  • Click OK
  • Click Done
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldCoolant hole creation
  • Select “Rectangular Pattern”
  • Select the Hole
  • Select “Direction”
  • Select 1st. Direction
  • Select 2nd. Direction
  • Use a 3 x 3 matrix
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldCoolant hole creation
  • Move the arrows
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldCoolant hole creation
  • Change View
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldCoolant hole creation
  • De-select two Coolant holes
  • Move the holes
  • (to fit them)
  • Click OK
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold
  • Result: finished mold with holes for the cooling lines and voids for the runners and part.
  • Guided Hands On did finish here. Tip to create 3D lines in InventorInventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldNot guided: Create 3D lines in Inventor
  • Get only the mold into Inventor
  • Draw lines in the center of the coolant holes
  • Tip: use 3D Sketchand LineSelect the circle of the drilling and Inventor will find the center pointTip to get all features into Moldflow SynergyInventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldNot guided: Export to Moldflow Synergy
  • Inventor Fusion
  • Create a SAT file
  • The assembly including:
  • Plastic Part
  • Mold
  • Hot runner
  • Manifold
  • Inventor
  • Create an IGES file
  • Options:
  • Including
  • Coolinglines
  • Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and MoldNot guided: Export to Moldflow Synergy
  • Read into Synergy both files
  • The Synergy model include:
  • Plastic Part,
  • Hot-runner,
  • Manifold,
  • Mold,
  • Cooling Lines
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