I'm trying to create a wall mounted cosmetic mirror, I have the drawings done its just when it comes to assembly the lats go all over the place, can someone please help me figure this out, ill link a picture to show what im trying to do.
If you dont mind update and rebuild, I'd control it with a sketch.
If you want to drag it around and "show case it" that's a bit trickier but it could be done with this.
To eliminate it flying all over the place that has a lot more to do with view angle and the point where try to drag and the degrees of freedom to the fixed base. More freedom (Twisting, up and down, forward and back, and in and out) means more chaos.
Can you upload your assembly so people can take a look at the mating scheme of it, or take a few screen shots of the moving parts and their mates.
Justin, I think that Matt looking for tutorial how do it.
Could be, if that's the case. Attach what you have so far and we may be able to help.... I dont YouTube Solidworks though that's a recipe for disaster. Ive learn most of what I know from forum contributors like @Krzysztof_Szpakowski and @John_Stotzfus
dangit Copy paste didn't work... I really am gonna have to memorize your name man... I'll get flash cards
Justin Pires wrote: dangit Copy paste didn't work... I really am gonna have to memorize your name man... I'll get flash cards
Justin Pires wrote:
...or you could try right-clicking on his name, selecting "Copy link address" from the drop-down, and then Ctrl+V in the body of your Reply. (That's in Chrome, but I think other browsers have something similar).
Glenn Schroeder OH That's COOL! thanks
Sorry Matt, I should have pointed you to this FAQ How can I attach a file to a forum post? The assembly you zipped did not contain any of the parts. You will want to Pack and Go to a zip file then attach that.
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