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Siemens NX Mold Wizard Training

5 Day Course
December 4th-8th
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 
Windsor or London depending on registrations

 

Course Overview

The NX Mold Wizard Training course acquaints users with all the major tools and techniques for creating injection mold designs through NX. It helps users get started with NX Mold Wizard and bridges the classroom training to the real product design through a variety of activities. After completing this training, students will get knowledge of Mold Design workflow and will also be able to check and modify them.

Prerequisites

1. Basic computer skills: Windows OS, MS-Office, Internet Brower, etc. and basic Math skills.

2. Intermediate knowledge of NX designs and Assemblies.

Intended Audience

This training is for NX users who are responsible for injection mold design and development.

Objectives

  • Acquiring an overview of Mold Wizard design process along with its environment setup; learn about different validation tools and also about the ESI process
  • With concurrent design approach, learn to initialize a project, define workpieces and layouts, merging cavities and getting to know about parting in mold
  • Acquiring working knowledge of Mold base design, defining and merging cores and cavities, design of gates, runners, sliders and lifters and using standard part libraries
  • Gain working knowledge of cooling and ejection systems; learn about pocket designs and drawing concepts
  • Get familiarized with the concepts of BOMs, Motion Simulation, Engineering Change (ECN)

Schedule

Day 1: NX & Mold Wizard Design Overview
Day 2: Project Initialization (ESI and Mold Design)
Day 3: Patch/Parting Surface Design
Day 4: Engineering Change Workflow
Day 5: Mold Base, Standard Library, BOM, Motion Simulation

Information:

Date:

Monday, December 4th-Friday, December 8th

Time:

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Location:

Windsor or London depending on registrations 

Contact:

info@longtermtec.com  226-777-0162

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