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Showroom Driving simulator building tutorial 3DOF heave axis

Discussion in 'Commercial Simulators and Peripherie' started by momoclic, Oct 31, 2016.

  1. luu trung

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    hi. do you have 2 arduino and 4 IBT2 schematics? i plan to make 1 more traction loss motor
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    The schematics will be the same for each Arduino, they will just be on different ports and configured accordingly in SimTools Interface Settings, which is where you designate the assigned axis for each:
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    A very big thank you for this quality work and so well documented.
    The three dof bible:thumbs
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    Have you ever thought of adding traction loss to your simulator?
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    thank you
    Simukit did it you can see it on their website.
    No particular constraints. No need for two cranks, one is enough.
    It is important to respect the positioning of the crank to ensure the symetry of the movements.
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    Yes, I took a good look at your document, the crank angles and lengths to respect. I will try to make the model. Yes, I know simukit, which was A LOT inspired by it
    You also gave me advice for my 2DOF on the PCSHM site it seems to me