Hi, I've got 100mm between rods end on the top plateform.With 50 mm just check that they won't touch them together. edit : when I look at your drawing and the scale , I don't have the feeling that on the drawing the distance between rods end is 100mm.It seems to be bigger than 100mm?
grazie per l'osservazione, ma credo che questo succede perchè quando ho fatto il progetto non avevo ancora le teste a snodo in mano quindi le ho approsimate ad occhio. Ora che mi sono arrivate ho riprodotto le misure reali ed ecco il risultato:
teste a snodo M16 reali con interasse di 100 mm
teste a snodo reali con interasse 50 mm
interasse 50mm nella realtà
che ne pensate?
Thanks for the comment, but I think this happens because when I did the project hadn't yet the rod ends in hand then I eye approsimate.Now that I have gone I have reproduced the actual measures and here is the result: rod ends real M16 with inter-axis of 100 mm
Vero...DoctorT mi sembra molto preparato sulla fisica del 6 dof...non l' ho citato perchè non so se è iscritto in questo forum ma colgo l' occasione per ringraziare lui e tutti voi che mi state aiutando per lo sviluppo del mio sim. Intanto ho preparato le boccole per le teste a snodo che credo farò tornire appositamente. I perni con questo sistema saranno da 12mm, saranno troopo piccoli?
True ...Doctort seems very prepared 6 physical dof ... not I mentioned because I don't know if it's listed in this forum but I would like to take this opportunity to thank him and all of you who are helping me to develop my sim. Meanwhile, I prepared for bushes rod ends which I think I'll purposely turning. The pins with this system will be 12 mm, will be too small?
Hi , I saw this parts to increase the rod ends angle .It's a good idea to let them machined because I looked at them on ebay and it's quiet expensive.For the diameter I've got 14mm , 12 mm seems to be ok for me .Look at Stevant 6dof maybe.
Grazie vicpopo, ne ho viste di tanti tipi sul web, visto che potevano realizzarmele ho usato teste da 16mm e perno da 12mm, così nella gola centrale avrò ancora 1 mm di acciaio di spessore che dovrebbe essere abbastanza resistente. Intanto volevo aggiornare con i nuovi arrivi: trovato sei ersistenze di frenatura usate in inghilterra 150W 200ohm e finalemnte è arrivata la AMC1280USB più i 6 sensori dalla california. Comprato il legno per il quadro elettrico e molto presto dovrei iniziare a lavorarci. Volevo chiedere se è possibile sapere quale firmware è istallato sulla mia AMC, il 2.0 o lo devo aggiornare io?
Thanks vicpopo, I've seen many types on the web, given that they could realizzarmele I used heads from 16 mm and 12 mm pin, so I still central in 1 mm thick steel that would be tough enough. Meanwhile I wanted to update with the new arrivals: took six braking resistors used in England 150W 200ohm and finally came the most AMC1280USB the sensors from california 6. Bought the wood for the Cabinet and very soon I should start working on it. I wanted to ask whether it is possible to know which firmware is installed on my AMC, the 2.0 or should I update myself?
I have 100mm or 4 inches between mine. I feel that would be more stable than 50mm as it "widens" the base. The closer you get them together the more it's trying to stablize on 3 points instead of 6. I can not say for sure what is better but the 100 mm works fine for me. I don't feel that it would have made a difference. I get excellent movement now and it's not even at it's full motion. I guess you can make two wooden upper platforms, strong enough to sit on to see which one feels better. Either way I'm sure you will be happy as they have both been tested.
grazie thanos per le informazioni, proverò a collegare al pc la AMC e verificherò la versione. grazie anche a stevant per il parere sulla distanza dei giunti, ma ormai è troppo tardi Oggi ho finalmente iniziato a costruire qualcosa. Ecco i pezzi tagliati e forati
Thanks thanos for the info, I will try to connect to your pc and check the AMC version. thanks also to stevant for opinion on the distance of the joints, but it is too late Now I finally started to build something. Here are the pieces cut and drilled
il perimetro saldato
the welded perimeter
e i rinforzi, che non ho potuto saldare perchè si è svegliato il bimbo di 16 mesi qui solo appoggiati
and the reinforcements, that I could not pay because it woke the child of 16 months here just resting
dureiken: Hi there, it's really quiet here someone could help me for my 6 dof project ? thanks a lot
Aug 8, 2017 15:34:46 GMT
tronicgr: dureiken Hi, Open a thread and I'll try my best to help. A little busy with Kickstarter details at the moment but I'll see what I can do.
Aug 12, 2017 11:57:42 GMT
dureiken74: I just did it
Aug 27, 2017 11:59:06 GMT
fimmy: How's the firmware going?
Sept 6, 2017 8:34:43 GMT
tronicgr: @fimmy I had to put it on hold to finalize the manufacturing of the new kickstarter controllers. I tested parts of it to ensure compliance with the new features and looks good so far. I'll get back to it soon for integration.
Sept 9, 2017 12:52:35 GMT
Theuns: Very nice design.I'm also busy with mine and changing it also to Linear Actuators with 220v Servo motors.I'm waiting for my new controllers from Thanos. If I may ask Do you have any Sketchup files of your design and willing to share it I Thanks Theuns
Sept 14, 2017 22:45:09 GMT
atayeu: Hey everyone! I'm reading up and gathering all of the intel I can find for my first motion platform. this is by far best information for creating one.
Oct 14, 2017 7:25:57 GMT
tmcnam: I must be crazy but I still can't find the blueprints to the platform by GA-Dawg. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks guys.
Mar 10, 2019 21:31:57 GMT
Trip Rodriguez: Sorry tmcnam, the shoutbox doesn't get much attention. Did you find the blueprints? They are at the VERY bottom of the extremely long first post. It says "attachments: 6DOF.zip
May 4, 2019 19:13:25 GMT
zivby: How much weight this setup can carry?
May 19, 2019 11:57:16 GMT