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Chassis 2 DOF compact de Grand Strate

Discussion in 'French' started by Grand Strate, Mar 3, 2020.

  1. Grand Strate

    Grand Strate New Member Gold Contributor

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    Bonjour.
    Je post quelques photos du châssis dynamique 2 Dof que j'ai créé.
    Sa particularité est que je l'ai imaginé compact pour pouvoir le ranger dans un coin de la pièce hors utilisation.
    La conception est en tube rectangulaire de 2 mm d'épaisseur.
    Certaine partie sont soudées, d'autres visser afin qu'il soit totalement démontable.
    Une fois ouvert pour jouer, des chaines se mettent en tension et il devient ultra rigide.
    Je tiens à remercier Simon de Simukit qui a été disponible a p u m'éclairé dans l'utilisation de Simtools.

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    Hello.
    I post some photos of the dynamic 2 Dof chassis that I created.
    Its particularity is that I imagined it compact to be able to store it in a corner of the room when not in use.
    The design is in 2 mm thick rectangular tube.
    Some parts are welded, others screw so that it is completely removable.
    Once opened to play, chains are put in tension and it becomes ultra rigid.
    I would like to thank Simon de Simukit who was available to help me use Simtools.
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  3. noorbeast

    noorbeast VR - The Next Generation Staff Member Moderator

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    Thanks so much for sharing your foldable rig, it is awesome in terms of storage :thumbs

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