Cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Re: Telescopic machine protection simulaion (ISV)

Siemens Pioneer Siemens Pioneer
Siemens Pioneer
Stefan, thanks for your feedback.

I really would this kind of simulation to be more realistic with machine.

But I understood and I did the most simple and efficient way.

A single block as a guide.

Thanks for everyone who have tried solve this problem

Re: Telescopic machine protection simulaion (ISV)

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

You could replace the simple block with one that contains the steps, since the smaller steps will be hidden by the bigger ones, when the axis moves down. This should be realistic enough, without adding too much overhead to the collision checking or other aspects of the simulation.

For horizontal covers this might not be as realistic, if you add the fully expanded cover, since the covers can stick together in different ways until they are fully expanded.

So the most realistic stepped covers with the least overhead are fully expanded covers designed. Sure they will extend through the machine bottom or sides, but that is usually no problem, it just looks odd Smiley Wink

Stefan Pendl, Systemmanager CAx, HAIDLMAIR GmbH
Production: NX10.0.3, VERICUT 8.2, FBM, MRL 3.1.7 | TcUA 10.1 MP7 Patch 0 (10.1.7.0) | TcVis 11.4
Development: C (ITK), .NET, Tcl/Tk Testing: NX12.0 | AWC 3.4 Preparing: NX12.0

Employees of the customers, together we are strong Smiley Wink
How to Get the Most from Your Signature in the Community
NX Customization - Best Practice Guide

Re: Telescopic machine protection simulaion (ISV)

Siemens Pioneer Siemens Pioneer
Siemens Pioneer
Hi Stefan. Would be a great solution for me, but, the main idea of my question are really about how to move bodies with an interference using assembly, to make the moves automatically. The idea that you proposed is a great idea, and I'll consider to utilize in my machine simulation.

i thank for your collaboration.

Re: Telescopic machine protection simulaion (ISV)

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

Using sequencing each step of the cover would have its own path length, I think.

The smallest one is steady, the second one moves up the height of the smallest one.

The third one moves up the height of the previous two and so on, until the last moves up the entire distance.

May be you could use a deformable part and cheat for the assembly, so your cover is more like a zig-zack pattern.

Stefan Pendl, Systemmanager CAx, HAIDLMAIR GmbH
Production: NX10.0.3, VERICUT 8.2, FBM, MRL 3.1.7 | TcUA 10.1 MP7 Patch 0 (10.1.7.0) | TcVis 11.4
Development: C (ITK), .NET, Tcl/Tk Testing: NX12.0 | AWC 3.4 Preparing: NX12.0

Employees of the customers, together we are strong Smiley Wink
How to Get the Most from Your Signature in the Community
NX Customization - Best Practice Guide

Re: Telescopic machine protection simulaion (ISV)

Legend
Legend

....

Simulating way covers?

>.<

 

Of all the **bleep** we need in NX I sure hope this isnt put on developments plate...

 

 


Dennis Rathi
Creations Unlimited

Re: Telescopic machine protection simulaion (ISV)

Siemens Pioneer Siemens Pioneer
Siemens Pioneer
Thank for your information Stefan.

But the idea of deformable part is not a good solution. This could compromise the performance. My biggest question is why NX don't consider the automatic movement of each component of the assembly when they get a collision. But we can consider this topic as solved.

Thanks

Re: Telescopic machine protection simulaion (ISV)

Siemens Pioneer Siemens Pioneer
Siemens Pioneer
Hi Dstryr!

You are ok. Really this is not so important.

Learn online





Solution Information