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1 © 2011 Autodesk Autodesk Moldflow Simulation Synergy 2013 Autodesk Inventor Fusion 2013 Creating Hot-runner and Mold in Inventor Fusion for Moldflow Synergy Stefan Kuehne Enterprise Simulation Specialist - EMEA Global Services

2 © 2012 Autodesk Page 2 Hands On Overview Part 1: Hot-runner creation Part 2: Mold creation Given Guided Plastic part Hot-runner Manifold Mold (cutting plane)

3 © 2012 Autodesk Page 3 Part 1: Hot-runner creation

4 © 2012 Autodesk Page 4 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Open the Hotrunner_PlasticPart.iam assembly file Open CAD Model in Inventor Fusion

5 © 2012 Autodesk Page 5 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  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 Change color Crosslines color-line

6 © 2012 Autodesk Page 6 3D Hot Runner & Mold creation out of nothing This video will show the steps for slide Start the video first and then create the model. Follow slide 7-12.

7 © 2012 Autodesk Page 7 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Change to Surface  De-select Plastic part First preparations

8 © 2012 Autodesk Page 8 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Patch edges  Select 1 st. Edge  Click OK Close holes for the hot-runner

9 © 2012 Autodesk Page 9 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Use the same procedure to close the other 4 edges Close holes for the hot-runner

10 © 2012 Autodesk Page 10 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Select “Fluid Volume”  Select Internal  Select the model  Select 1 st. Cap Surfaces Create a new volume for the hot-runner melt

11 © 2012 Autodesk Page 11 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Select the other edges Create a new volume for the hot-runner melt

12 © 2012 Autodesk Page 12 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Click OK Create a new volume for the hot-runner melt A new volume as a solid body is created. It presence the hot melt and can be used in Insight as “Hot runner 3D”.

13 © 2012 Autodesk Page 13 Part 2: Mold creation

14 © 2012 Autodesk Page 14 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold 1. Select Solid in the Modelling tab 2. Select 2-Point Rectangle 3. Select the blue surface 3 3 Mold creation

15 © 2012 Autodesk Page 15 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Create a rectangle  Add dimensions Mold creation

16 © 2012 Autodesk Page 16 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Select “Extrude”  Select “New Component” Mold creation  Select the hot- runner and the two circles  Use 500mm for the extrusion  Click OK

17 © 2012 Autodesk Page 17 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Select “Boolean”  “Cut” and “Keep Tools”  Target-> Mold Mold creation

18 © 2012 Autodesk Page 18 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Select “Tools”  Select all 3 Components  Click OK Mold creation

19 © 2012 Autodesk Page 19 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Select Surface  Select “Center-Radius Circle” Coolant hole creation

20 © 2012 Autodesk Page 20 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Add dimensions  Use 20mm for the circle  “Extrude”  Click OK  Click Done Coolant hole creation

21 © 2012 Autodesk Page 21 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Select “Rectangular Pattern”  Select the Hole  Select “Direction”  Select 1 st. Direction  Select 2 nd. Direction  Use a 3 x 3 matrix Coolant hole creation

22 © 2012 Autodesk Page 22 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Move the arrows Coolant hole creation

23 © 2012 Autodesk Page 23 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Change View Coolant hole creation

24 © 2012 Autodesk Page 24 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  De-select two Coolant holes  Move the holes (to fit them)  Click OK Coolant hole creation

25 © 2012 Autodesk Page 25 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Result: finished mold with holes for the cooling lines and voids for the runners and part.

26 © 2012 Autodesk Page 26 Guided Hands On did finish here.

27 © 2012 Autodesk Page 27 Tip to create 3D lines in Inventor

28 © 2012 Autodesk Page 28 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Get only the mold into Inventor  Draw lines in the center of the coolant holes Not guided: Create 3D lines in Inventor Tip: use 3D Sketch and Line Select the circle of the drilling and Inventor will find the center point

29 © 2012 Autodesk Page 29 Tip to get all features into Moldflow Synergy

30 © 2012 Autodesk Page 30 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Inventor Fusion  Create a SAT file  The assembly including:  Plastic Part  Mold  Hot runner  Manifold  Inventor  Create an IGES file  Options:  Including  Cooling lines Not guided: Export to Moldflow Synergy

31 © 2012 Autodesk Page 31 Inventor Fusion Hands On Hot-runner and Mold  Read into Synergy both files  The Synergy model include:  Plastic Part,  Hot-runner,  Manifold,  Mold,  Cooling Lines Not guided: Export to Moldflow Synergy

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