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Description:
This is a file of a die that is just too large for some reason. I want to make a mold of dice 10 dice wide and 10 dice tall which would get me 100 dice. I want to pour food grade silicone around it and then use my mold to pour candy dice. I need someone to redraw this die.igs file so that I can get a 3D print mold out of it. Prob save as .igs or dxf
Wants:
The die is to scale. I need to space out the dice in my mold 1/2" apart both x and y
Software:
  1. any cad / cam (any)

Entries

#11 DICE 50 AND 100 DICE by edward m barnes
2015-12-26 17:45:42
#10 TRAYS FOR SILICONE MOLDS POURING by BV-MEC-DESIGN
Another improved model of my first one (a notched lower tray of the silicone mold) in order to make the candies extraction easier and save some silicone.
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2015-12-12 20:03:48
#9 TRAYS FOR SILICONE MOLDS POURING by BV-MEC-DESIGN
An improved model of my first one (a notched lower tray of the silicone mold) in order to make the candies extraction easier and save some silicone.
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2015-12-12 19:54:17
#8 CATIA by Vinay Hanuman
2015-12-11 14:28:43
#7 TRAYS FOR SILICONE MOLDS POURING by BV-MEC-DESIGN
I suggest you a two plates mold (the lower and upper plates igs models) fitted together by the 2 upper plate pins).
The 2 silicone mold plates are casted in 2 printed trays (the 2 printed molds for silicone molds igs models).
Kind regards!
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2015-12-10 19:00:52
#5 dice 1.1 by Rahul Sharma (RS)
please msg me if didn't got any thing the model.
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2015-12-08 13:36:49
#4 10 x 10 Dice Grid by Christopher Allen
STEP file included
* STEP files are usually smaller than IGES
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2015-12-07 21:32:47
#3 DICE by Nagavardhan Reddy
BOTH STEP AND IGES
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2015-12-06 05:12:04
#2 mold for 100 dice by Jeremy Benjamin
The IGES files of the parts in this drawing are large files, so I'm copying and pasting links to download them from a file transfer service:
bottom plate of mold: http://we.tl/oVLYnDTDs8
top plate of mold: http://we.tl/M7X1mm5q8V
model of one unit of dice: http://we.tl/8gyhy7ibQ9
model of a hundred dice arranged in a grid: http://we.tl/vjUZEipYas
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2015-12-06 00:40:15
#1 dice by Philip W
I wasn't exactly sure what you wanted so I did a few different things. Tell me if you want any changes made. Thanks.
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2015-12-05 07:54:34

Discussion

edward m barnes

Designer

Sun, 13 Nov 2016 12:25:17 +0000
From:brandosshapesTo:edward m barnesDate:8 Oct 2016Subject:dice

Hello Mr. Barnes, I ended up not getting any cad that worked for the 3d print company. They ended up doing the cad themselves.
Thank you very much.

edward m barnes

Designer

Sun, 09 Oct 2016 00:47:33 +0000
So who won?
Wed, 16 Dec 2015 05:00:17 +0000
Client is missing in action...........
Sun, 06 Dec 2015 13:20:54 +0000
How small should be the Source File.

BV-MEC-DESIGN

Designer

Sat, 05 Dec 2015 09:44:06 +0000
Hello,
I'd like also to know the final size of the dice.
The dices have to be linked by a pouring net?
What kind of mold do you intend to use (I'd suggest a mold made up by 2 plates).
Thanks!

Philip W

Designer

Sat, 05 Dec 2015 06:29:01 +0000
Do you want the repaired igs file for the single die or a 10x10 grid of them? If you want 100 dice in one file, should they be connected to each other somehow?

Jeremy Benjamin

Designer

Sat, 05 Dec 2015 02:12:40 +0000
Woops, just noticed Nagavardhan's comment that answered my question.

Jeremy Benjamin

Designer

Sat, 05 Dec 2015 02:11:51 +0000
When you say the file is to scale, I'd better double check with you. Sometimes when I open files like that in SolidWorks the scale gets distorted. When I opened your model, the width of the die is 12.31mm (0.48 inches). Is that correct to what you have?
Sat, 05 Dec 2015 00:44:14 +0000
Well,
Is the file too large or is the die too large?
Rgds,
J.
Fri, 04 Dec 2015 17:41:19 +0000
Hai
present dimensions of the part is 12.306

how much i have to reduce this

could you give me a brief description?
Fri, 04 Dec 2015 16:40:30 +0000
How big are the dice?

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