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3DOF+loss traction for cars and anything that flies

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by Kenshiro27, May 1, 2023.

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    After having read a 2dof simulator here is my new 3DOF simulator + loss of traction
    To do this I used this site. Here are the two links:
    -https://pcshm-simulateurs-homemade.clicforum.com/t836-Guide-de-r-alisation-d-un-simulateur-de-pilotage-3DOF-moteurs-350w.htm
    -https://pcshm-simulateurs-homemade.clicforum.com/t1137-tuto-pour-les-nouveaux-explication-lien-sch-ma.htm
    And of course xsimulator with the help and kindness of @noorbeast and @yobuddy
    as well as all users and feedback from all these members
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    I remain at your disposal for any questions that could help you in your future or current project.
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    I fixed the connecting rods, adjusted the height of the plate and made the settings in simtools. I still have to fine-tune the settings because the 400W motors are really more powerful than the 120w of my 2DOF. I understand why an emergency stop and strongly recommended:grin
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    And for those who are interested, I also made a fanatec compatible usb steering wheel. With 3d printer. IMG_20230506_093723.jpg
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    I install a seat belt, which for this type of simulator is really necessary. On spring to simulate the tension of the latter during heavy braking
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    Can be completed the simulator with bass shaker enclosure coupled with sim vibe
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    Here is the installation of a vibration system that I installed recently
    I used bass shakers which are easily found on the internet for around €25 each

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    and an amp which can also be found for around €40
    either all with cable for around 100€ and it's really interesting

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    This brings a lot to the simulation because with simvibe you can adjust a lot of parameters such as collision, engine revolution, gear change and others. I recommend it to everyone
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    I also use those small Nobsound amps, using slip in 3D printed bracket holders for them.
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    Interesting
    I have to move in two months and finally place my simulator in a dedicated room permanently. At that time I will do a clean installation in terms of cables and boxes. Your 3D file if you will give it to me will be very useful to me;)
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    Hello, I have a question - do springs improve the performance of the platform? I'm currently looking through a lot of information to choose for myself which drive is better for 3 DOP.