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Core PropertyManager

To open the Core PropertyManager:

  1. Create a core sketch on a tooling body (main core or cavity).
  2. Click Core Tool_Core_Mold_Tools.gif on the Mold Tools toolbar, or click Insert > Molds > Core.

Selections

PM_sketch_to_project.gif Bounding sketch for core Displays the name of the selected core sketch.
  Extraction direction Select an entity in the graphics area to define the extraction direction. The default direction is normal to the sketch plane. If necessary, click Reverse Direction PM_reverse_direction.gif to extract the core in the opposite direction.
In the graphics area, the single-headed arrow indicates the extraction direction:
Extraction direction extraction_direction.gif Away from extraction direction
solid_bodies.png Core/Cavity body Displays the name of the tooling body from which the core is extracted.

Parameters

Draft On/Off Adds draft to the core. Set Draft Angle.
  Draft outward Creates an outward draft angle. If cleared, an inward draft angle is created.
  End Condition Select the end condition in the extraction direction. If you select Blind, then set Depth along extraction direction PM_distance_nonum.gif.
  End Condition Select the end condition away from the extraction direction. If you select Blind, then set Depth away from extraction direction PM_distance_nonum.gif.
  Cap ends Select to define the end surface of the core, if the core ends within the tooling body.


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