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motion study: removing motors causes errors

Question asked by Tom Mathieson on Oct 29, 2014
Latest reply on Nov 4, 2014 by Jared Conway

Can anyone explain to me how removing motors from a motion study would cause errors in the study?  i have a motion study that has approximately 70 motors in it.  we wnat otdo a video of only one section of  the machine, so i copied the large motion study, and started removing motors that we don't need. now, in a 30 second clip, i have close to 20 seconds of "RED" in the time line.  how is this possible? how, by removing constraints (motors), do i  more errors?  shouldn't there be less conflicts now that there are less motors?

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