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My 2DOF +Traction loss

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by Andrea 1968, Jan 6, 2018.

  1. Andrea 1968

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    hi, I want to share my second project with this forum as the first one I realized thanks to all of you of this wonderful community.
    to make this project I used rhinoceros a 3d drawing program.
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    the motors are wipers for the axies 1 and 2 are FIAT SCUDO wipers for the traction loss is FIAT DUCATO wipers, disassembled and modified to isolate the negative from the carcass.
    made to the cutter the supports for the potentiometers for a perfect alignment as in the picture
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    soon we go ahead with the construction of the unit that I intend to make with arduino one and mm with double power connection for each engine
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    I have Maaaaany hours in Rhino, great product for surfacing, how is it for solids now, been 100 years since I've used it
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    The wiper motors are 12v or 24v ?
    Tanks
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    12 volts,
    FIAT SCUDO wipers are mechanically very strong and have double gear and are quite easy to isolate from the mass
    the two windscreen wipers inclusive of support plate € 50 from junkyard
    rhinoceros is easy to use especially for surface modeling.
    the steering wheel mount is designed for the Thrustmaster T300RS and is adjustable back and forth as well as the pedal board supporto volante.jpg
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    ok, let's move on to the construction of the power unit
    material used:
    1 Arduino R3uno
    3 MM
    3 Power supplies 12 v 30Amp
    the electric scheme used is this:
    arduino piu 3  motormonster doppia potenza (FILEminimizer).jpg
    the file to load on arduino is SMC3 and you can download it at this link: https: //www.xsimulator.net/community/threads/smc3-arduino-3dof-motor-driver-and-windows-utilities.4957/

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    CAUTION!! in case you use more power supplies as I did, it is necessary to connect all the negatives together and with the negative of ARDUINO in order to put all the components to the zero potential with respect to the PC and so you will avoid the malfunctions of all peripherals connected to USB as a steering wheel or various accessories.

    let's move on to the test I performed for simplicity with simtools v1.3 and rfactor


    the test took place without any problems, some adjustments to the software were enough and everything went well. The SMC3 software is fantastic !!

    ok, next time we start with the frame of the simulator
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    Nice test and good job for the fixation of potentiometer on the wiper motor.
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    thanks, with nut and locknut you can make a fine and precise adjustment
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    For the mechanical part I would say to start with the articulated joint.
    I used a semi-axis of a truly massive FIAT PUNTO.
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    this cage structure allows perfect alignment before carrying out the final welding
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    I can guarantee you that it resists a lot of weight and above all it has very fluid movements
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    now we move on to making lower frames and mounting bearings

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    The position of the joint has been calculated to remain in perfect balance with all the components mounted and for a person of average height and weight of about 80 kg
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    we install the axis1 and axis 2 motors

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    gokart steering heads
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    ANTI-TORSION DEVICE

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    this device consisting of a fork and a support pin serves to block all the torsional forces on the articular joint, thus stabilizing the entire structure
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    We install the Traction loss engine

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    at the center of the two arms I installed rubber dampers for the strongest tears

    where the bearings flow, I installed an interchangeable galvanized iron plate so as not to damage the underlying frame due to friction
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    congratulations great job, I'm curious to see a video with your simulator on the go
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    first test with simtools 1.3 pitch, roll, extra1 (traction loss)

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    [QUOTE = « Andrea 1968, après: 148090, membre: 17792 »] Salut, je veux partager mon deuxième projet avec ce forum que le premier j'ai réalisé grâce à vous tous de cette merveilleuse communauté.
    pour réaliser ce projet je rhinoceros un programme de dessin 3D.
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    les moteurs sont des essuie-glaces pour les axies 1 et 2 sont des essuie-glaces FIAT SCUDO pour la perte de traction est FIAT Ducato, essuie-glaces démontées et modifiées pour isoler le négatif de la carcasse.
    faites au couteau les supports pour les potentiomètres pour un parfait alignement comme dans l'image
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    Merci un tuto au top