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2DOF PROJECT - BRAZIL / PROJETO 2DOF - BRASIL

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by Marcos73, Mar 12, 2020.

  1. AndreFilipe

    AndreFilipe Andrefly

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    My Motion Simulator:
    3DOF, DC motor, SCN6, SimAxe, Arduino, SimforceGT, Motion platform, 6DOF
    Hello friend, congratulations on the project, tell me what engines are these? do you have a link to them? I have some similar ones here but I think it's too weak, and another thing what are they and where to find these shock absorbers here in Brazil? thank you so much abs!
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  2. Marcos73

    Marcos73 Member

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    hello, everything is explained in the previous pages, the 12v 30rpm engines and the shock absorbers with pvc tubes, if you want I have the engines other parts and the shock absorbers too, call me to talk.
  3. Halloween2go

    Halloween2go Active Member Gold Contributor

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    Just looking at your green line.. That is your potentiometer reading.. It looks like it's losing rotation with the motor shaft or the analog in for arduino may be loose?.. I'm sure you have this working by now but I was just building another rig and if I saw that reading, I would suspect a loose connection first, then maybe somehow the pot is not turning correctly DMAX
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