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Autodesk Inventor 2014 Advanced

 

 

Who Should Attend

Engineers, designers, drafters and professionals with interested to learn mold design for plastic parts with Autodesk Inventor program.

Prerequisites

Highly recommended with working knowledge of AutoCAD 2008 or higher version program.

COURSE includes

Instructor led training and required course materials.

Course Description

Learn the fundamental principles of mold design for plastic parts, how to create a mold cavity and core, design the injection feeding systems as well as other required components for a mold, and how to analyze and document that design using AutodeskĀ® InventorĀ® software. Hands-on exercises representing real-world, industry-specific design scenarios are included.

Key Topics    
 

Begin Creating Plastic Injection Molds

Plastic Injected Part Design

Create a Mold Assembly

Adjust and Pattern a Placed Part

Designing the Mold Core and Cavity

Gate Position, Material Shrinkage, and Workpiece Definition

Analysis for Optimization

Parting Design

Core/Cavity Inserts

Mold Layout and Assembly Design

Creating Runners, Gates and Cold Wells

Creating the Mold Base

Ejecting the Part

Sprue Bushings and Locating Rings

Cooling System

Lock Sets

Combining Mold Components

Verify and Communicate the Mold Design

Analysis for Verification

Communicating the Mold Design

This course is also available as ONLINE
e-learning course

If your schedule is not allowing you to take the instructor-led classes, then register for the ONLINE e-learning course.

CLICK HERE for additional information.

Length of Training

2 Days (16 hours)

Tutition

$745.00 (Includes instructor led hands-on training, access to online e-learning course and training materials)

( $695.00 if registered ONE week before the scheduled class date).

 

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Last updated or reviewed on 8/15/12

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