Tagged: component modeling
- 24/06/2019 at 15:08 #15114
How to set such a movement?027/06/2019 at 11:17 #15278
You need to develop kinematics for this. Its not difficult, just time consuming. As you can see each section of this kinematic chain is basically 4-arm closed loop system, so there needs to be the functions implemented i.e. sasasa, sasass, sasssa1 etc. If I find an example I can send it to you.029/09/2019 at 01:16 #17389
How to make such a mechanism?030/09/2019 at 15:18 #17423
can you post your mechansim-component in zero-state?
Regards030/09/2019 at 22:12 #17437
Yes, i Did it.
Regards!001/10/2019 at 10:27 #17455
I did it too! 😉
Regards1+01/10/2019 at 10:37 #17461
Thank you!1+01/10/2019 at 15:23 #17484
And how to organize opening / closing “TheMechanism” by a signal?001/10/2019 at 15:42 #17486
Create the Signal(s) and code TriggerCondition(s) in the Phyton-Script!
Regards001/10/2019 at 15:46 #17488
How to do it? Where to see an example?001/10/2019 at 15:59 #17495
Visual Components Help -> Search “TriggerCondition”004/10/2019 at 23:17 #17576
Hello CaptainFeature. Thanks for the example it looks very good.
My question is:
Is there any tool to calculate those joint values that you defined or did you calculated those by yourself?
Sorry if its a noob question. I m electronic engineer:D1+05/10/2019 at 08:48 #17583
I calculated it myself and think there is no automatism for it.
Regards1+05/10/2019 at 18:29 #17588
Hello again CaptainFeature
Is there a video or documentation that you can recommend me to learn how to get this kind of equations.
Sorry i m just looking for a quick start and dont know where to start from.
BestRegards.006/10/2019 at 14:03 #17602
i solve things like this with simple trigonometric correlations which emerge from a sketch of the specific problem.
Informations about trigonometry you can find easily in the Internet!
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