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News 4 dof simulator?

Discussion in 'New users start here - FAQ' started by alexcc, Mar 2, 2016.

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  1. alexcc

    alexcc New Member

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    I continued to work on the simulation and testing of the simulator, the new step is to create a stabilizer bar to support the mobile platform. I do not really know yet what the stabilizer will look like, but I'm probably going to be inspired by the momoclic crocquit.

    J'ai continué à travailler sur l'assamblage et les test du simuteur, la nouvelle étape est de créer une barre stabilisatrice afin de soutenir la plateforme mobile. Je ne sais pas encore vraiment à quoi ressemblera le stabilisateur mais problablement que je vais m'inspirer du crocquit de momoclic.

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    Salut,
    Tu devrais habillé tes tiges filetées d'un tube, je crains pour leur rigidité compte tenu de leur longueur.
    Fait attention à ce que la rotule avant du triangle soit suffisamment haute et plus elle sera en avant plus l'amplitude latérale sera importante.

    Hello,
    You should dress your threaded rods with a tube, I fear for their rigidity given their length.
    Pay attention that the front ball of the triangle is sufficiently high and the more it will be forward the more the lateral amplitude will be important.
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    alexcc New Member

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    Hello here are the latest news about my project. I had some problem with the design of the symfonator, some conflict between the different parts puts me in the head, so I have to review the configuration.

    In addition, I would like to know if anyone can tell me if the new version of simtool is always free.

    Bonjour voici les dernière nouvelles à propos de mon projet. J'ai eu quelque problème au niveau de la conception du symulateur, quelque conflit entre les différente pièce me pose des mots de tête, je dois donc revoir la configuration.

    De plus, j'aimerais savoir si quelqu'un peut me dire si la nouvelle versioin de simtool est toujours gratuite.
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    Je viens rapidement de relire le post, je t'encourage vivement à faire tourner que sur 120° les manivelles.
    Tu y gagnes 1/3 en temps de réaction. Sur ce post j'explique, entre autres, et en détail l'intérêt de cette technique :
    https://www.xsimulator.net/communit...ng-tutorial-3dof-heave-axis.9249/#post-116853
    Avec des manivelles de 100mm sur 120° tu auras une course de 173mm et une vitesse linéaire moyenne de 520mm/s. Et la charge que tu pourras supporter sera supérieure à 150kg.
    Il semble que tu ai le choix pour Simtools 2 entre la version gratuite et la payante.

    I just quickly re-read the post, I strongly encourage you to rotate that on 120 ° cranks.
    You gain 1/3 in reaction time. On this post I explain, among others, and in detail the interest of this technique:
    Https://www.xsimulator.net/communit...ng-tutorial-3dof-heave-axis.9249/#post-116853
    With cranks of 100mm on 120 ° you will have a stroke of 173mm and an average linear speed of 520mm / s. And the load you will be able to bear will be more than 150kg.

    It seems that you have the choice for Simtools 2 between the free version and the pay.
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    Blame73 Albeit it does move!

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    It's free as long as you are DIY builder. Apply here: https://simtools.us/diy/

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