SOLIDWORKS: Mold Design

SOLIDWORKS: Mold Design

SOLIDWORKS: Mold Design is an Beginner level study on CAD, produced by an expert, Tam Black. This study is a critical pillar for a person who needs to excel in his/her CAD expertise. It provides you a strong understanding on CAD, Manufacturing, 3D Printing, CNC + CAM, Prototyping, Web, Product Design, SOLIDWORKS, CAD, Manufacturing, 3D Printing, CNC + CAM, Prototyping, Web, Product Design and SOLIDWORKS.

Free Download - SOLIDWORKS: Mold Design
Author Tam Black
Publish Date 6/26/2018
Skill Beginner
Duration 1h 50m
Topic 3D Printing
Video Tutorials 34
Last Update N/A

For thousands of years, molds have been used to form raw materials like clay and metal into art, jewelry, and tools. With modern plastics, software, and manufacturing technologies, it’s possible to cast almost any object from a mold. This course is an introduction to mold design in SOLIDWORKS, for everything from one-off prototyping to mass-manufacture of a variety of products. Learn best practices for getting repeatable, high-quality results with 3D printing and CNC machines. Design consultant and instructor Tam Black also provides an overview of the materials available for at-home and industrial-scale molding and casting, and helps you understand which production method is suitable for your scale of manufacture.

Topics include:

  • What are mold making and casting?
  • Materials
  • Type of molds
  • Designing a mold
  • Types of casting
  • Mold and box setup
  • Complex molds
  • 3D printing and CNC manufacturing for molding and casting
  • Other molding processes

SOLIDWORKS: Mold Design : Video Lessons

  • What is mold design?1m 22s
  • What you should know50s
  • Definition of terms3m 2s
  • Design methodology3m 43s
  • Overview of applications possible5m 33s
  • Everyday casting—you've already done it4m 3s
  • History6m 56s
  • Materials4m 58s
  • Types of molds3m 39s
  • Prototype molding components3m 4s
  • What to avoid?4m 42s
  • Designing a mold project4m 14s
  • Molding possibilities2m 33s
  • Types of casting4m 34s
  • Safety gear2m 51s
  • Mold and box setup4m 23s
  • End-to-end casting process4m 24s
  • Casting possibilities3m 13s
  • Parting lines and flash3m 15s
  • Material in, material out3m 43s
  • Mold complexity, pulls, and placement2m 46s
  • Fluid flow6m 7s
  • Complex molding1m 47s
  • Why cast instead of 3D printing?2m 50s
  • What is CNC and what can you do with it?2m 56s
  • Picking your fabrication method4m 13s
  • Blow molding and roto molding4m 9s
  • CNC forms for vacuum forming2m 58s
  • Press molding1m 58s
  • Production at any scale4m 2s
  • Next steps1m 53s

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