Is there any way you can can run two motor features one after the other, so I get a complete cycle of my simulation.
Is there a logical reason that this part is not modeled with symmetry about the Origin?
No it was carelessness when I originally constructed it.
Many of your sketches do not have any dimensions.
What happened to the dimensions?
They are dimensioned, just not marked
Michael Rothwell wrote: They are dimensioned, just not marked
Michael Rothwell wrote:
I don't know what this means?
I entered the dimensions in when it gave me the option instead of putting in smart dimensions
Are your sketches fully constrained?
Are your components easy to edit?
Yes everything is easy to edit
I am incredibly lazy.
I guess your definition of easy is different than mine.
Having said that, I just spent more time trying to locate where I have done this assembly before than it would have taken me to do it over again from scratch.
I would do it over again from scratch - but you are using an older version of SWx than I am so you would not be able to open my files.
I'll keep looking.
Haha I am lazy too, if you don't know about the motor don't worry about it, I considering 3d printing it instead of
making a motion study
thank you anyway
Michael Rothwell wrote:... if you don't know about the motor don't worry about it,...
... if you don't know about the motor don't worry about it,...
I know about the motor - I've already done this problem - I just have to find it.
Michael Rothwell wrote: I considering 3d printing...
I considering 3d printing...
Can't manufacture perfect parts even in precision machining.
I recommend you consider some clearance between components.
Yeah thats what I'm working on as we speak
I have done this book problem before - and I don't recall using two linear motors.
When I did it - it was one rotary motor.
Can you post image of instruction indicating two linear motors?
One motor takes one triangle from one side to the other - but to bring it back completing the cycle is what I need.
BTW I thought this one up from scratch
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