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My 6 DOF project with BLDC motors

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by Carelsbergh_Stijn, Jan 13, 2019.

  1. pmvcda

    pmvcda aka FlyPT

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    Sorry, I don't understand.
    It doesn't move? Nothing?
    Do you see the 3D view moving?
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    Yes, the 3D model moves, but I tought that when you were driving across a long straight road, it would slowly return to its Original position to get redy for a next turn in the course, but it doe't seem to do that, does it have something to do with filters?

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    pmvcda aka FlyPT

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    Yes.
    Just for starting, you need to filter yaw.
    Use the last filter on the list. LP(LP(HP)).
    And set the left value to 40 and right one to 300.
    This is just for starting, you have to adjust them. They are new and I have not much experience with the recommended values.
    Those are the number of samples used to filter the signal for low pass and high pass.
    You can enable the graphic just for yaw and adjust the filter so the movement fit's your rig.
    Also don't forget to check rollover (should be by default).

    If you see the rig go out of range, for a fast adjustment, you can check the auto range on the actuators.
    This lowers gain automatically, each time the rig goes out of range.
    Uncheck later, or a simple crash makes the gain lower and lower and become completely unusable. Zero movement.

    Sorry for fast reply, but it's late here, need some sleep....
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    I don't really get what you are saying, maybe it's simpler to send some pictures tomorrow? I will wait for your reply.

    Thanks for enerything!

    Cheers
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    @pmvcda

    Can you please send a screenshot of the filter configuration please?

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    Sorry, forgot o send it to you. Give me 1h...
    I will post in the FlyPT interface thread.
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    Hi guys here is another video



    Hope you liked my project

    Subscribe to see my upcoming projects

    Cheers
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  9. kunkurus

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    Hello,
    What do you use to control your BLDC motors (forward-reverse)?
    Thank you!
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    looking amazingggg
    i have one question.. what is the angle that you make the chair frame?
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    Hi, I'm using 3 ODrive v3.6 56V motor controllers from ODrive robotics.

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    The tubes are bend 120°, first I wanted to do the same angle as my chair (±100°) but I knew that the more you bend the tube the worst the bend looks so I dicided to do it 120° because this also caused the bend to be close to the frame which looks kinda cool.

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    nice! i liked the way your sunken frame looks.
    what kind of tube material did you use?
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    Hi, the 'sunken' frame is because its now rotating around it's center of gravity so the motors are being less stressed. I used steel tubes ±∅35mm and a wall thinckness of ±3mm.

    Cheers

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