Hello, I need help to assemble a rack and pinion gear
Good for you! What is your question?
The SWX Help is very good with this type of "question".
With rack and pinion mates, linear translation of one component (the rack) causes circular rotation in another component (the pinion), and vice versa. You can mate any two components to have this type of movement relative to each other. The components do not need to have gear teeth.
Similar to other mate types, rack and pinion mates do not prevent interference or collisions between components. To prevent interference, use Collision Detection or Interference Detection.
To add a rack and pinion mate:
Thomas Gentry wrote:...I need help to assemble a rack and pinion gear
Thomas Gentry wrote:
...I need help to assemble a rack and pinion gear
Do you need help starting a new part file?
Do you need help Googling for examples of racks and pinions?
Do you have the rack and pinion modeled and you need help mating the parts in an assembly file?
It would help us help you if you attached a Pack-and-Go of you existing assembly of your rack and pinion.
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