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vero uk training material - VCAM TECH Co., Ltd

vero uk training material - VCAM TECH Co., Ltd

VISI Mould - Creating

VISI Mould - Creating Mould Tool Documentation Adding Components to the appropriate Family Now that we have created all of the relevant families, it is time to add the correct components to each family. The example will show you how to perform the procedure for one family and its associated components. The Mould Base family will be used as the example: - When using Drag and Drop on Sum items, you are required to select the items in the sum using multi select. You cannot drag a Sum. Drag and Drop all the items shown below into the Mould Base family. Use the left mouse button to perform the drag and drop. You should now have20 items in the Mould Base family, the display should look like the one below. Having dragged and dropped all the items into the Mould Base family you should now have a total of 20 items in the family as shown. You can Multi Select items to drag and drop using the Select Elements option. Vcamtech Co., Ltd 10

VISI Mould - Creating Mould Tool Documentation Exercise – Organise the remaining Families Having now successfully organised the Mould Base family please arrange the remaining families to look like those shown below using the drag and drop method. As you can see once we have consolidated all the families, the parts list becomes much easier to manage, your assembly manager window should be similar to the one shown below: - Seven Families should be present. These items are part of the plot view. (Masks and Profiles) This is the actual moulding, not required for the parts list. Vcamtech Co., Ltd 11