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how to prepare the forging drg from the final part

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01-13-2014 02:38 AM

For the Kind Attn:- Mr. Curtis/JD Mather

 

Dear Sir,

 

I have completed my final part modelling, but as you know that before final machinig the part i want to get it forged from my vendor for that i want to prepare the forging drawing for him. but when i place the base view in the drawing sheet i always get the final part. please suggest how to prepare the forging drawing from the final part drawing or is there any way to make it.

 

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Abhinay

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01-13-2014 03:32 AM in reply to: mech_royalabhi

HI!

 

  1. You can copy the file, and remove the preparation features.
  2. You can create one iPart and create two members, first row, the "forging part", second row, the part with machining features (this features are suppressed in the first row). In drwaing you can place and represent the member you need, case 1(forging) or case 2 (machining).

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01-14-2014 08:59 PM in reply to: ccarreiras

Dear Sir,

 

Thanks for your reply. But if i make the two rows 1 for forging & second for machining, but when i make the drawing and i update the .prt file the drawing will get automatically updated. so the forging drawing will show the machining features in the drawing.

My  question is how to get them supperess for the forging drawing & keepactive for the machining drawing.

 

Please help

 

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Abhinay

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01-14-2014 09:20 PM in reply to: mech_royalabhi

You may look at iPart for your forged part. This will allow you to "Step" each process and have a drawing for each machining process. Send me an e-mail and I will get the PDF to your that shows this work flow to turn your finished part into an iPart along with the step process to get a part for each forge and machine process.

 

blair dot stunder at arcticmfg.com

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01-15-2014 01:14 AM in reply to: blair

Dear Sir,

 

Please find the attached part for your refrence.

 

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01-15-2014 08:42 AM in reply to: mech_royalabhi
No, not you send me a file to do your work, send me an e-mail and I will send you a PDF document how you can do your work.
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Re: how to prepare the forging drg from the final part

01-15-2014 08:55 AM in reply to: mech_royalabhi

Since that is a simple part, I would -

 

Model the forged part.

Derive component the forged part into a new file.

Add the machining features to the derived component.

 

Do the drawings.

 

An alternative method

since you already have the machined part

derive the machined part into a new part.

Delete Face with Heal option to remove holes (and other cut features)

Add material where/if needed.

 

Do the drawings.

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