Is there a way to save a motion study, to me more specific, I'm reffering at the MOTION ANALYSIS.
If I change a component, the message "due to model changes ...." appears and the study gets ugly.
After you create the first motion study, right-click the motion study tab and click Duplicate a couple of times. If you have the inclined plane angle controled by a local angle mate, you should be able to have a different angle in each study. Once each study is calculated, you should be able to switch between them.
Motion Study data is saved in your assembly file. So as long as you save the .sldasm file, the motion study will get saved. If you are changing a component, your results will no longer be valid and you need to recompute the results (click on the "Calculate" button). Once calculated, you can save the new results by saving the assembly file.
Unfortunately you have reinforced the conclusion that I had. It's a pity. I miss such an option.
I thought there was a solution that I did not knew
Can you elaborate more on what your conclusion was and what exactly you would like to see done? That way we can consider your request for future releases.
Is like you said, Shrikant:
If you are changing a component, your results will no longer be valid and you need to recompute the results (click on the "Calculate" button). Once calculated, you can save the new results by saving the assembly file.
I thought, there was a trick to solve this.
My problem is like that: a robot rolls on an inclined plane. I want to make a motion study to 0, 5, 10 and 15 degrees of the inclined plan and to be able to see them.
I wish there was a option to save the animation with the assembly frozen in a previous moment.
I can save the graphs, but sometimes I get new ideas and it takes some time to compute all the simulation.
Thanks for your attention!
Oh, sweet victory!!!
Many thanks Jim Boland.
I had to fight with the model in order to obtain zero redundancies, but all went fine after all.
If you have idaes regarding zero redundancies goal, I might build you a statue.
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