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Question for experts. How to limit the movement of a screw ?

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Betreff: Question for experts. How to limit the movement of a screw ?

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Hi @VitaliyV

 

 

 

nothing easier than this.

 

First, and I hope You already have done so, use a "slot" feature in the part to create this slot, no standard cutout feature.

And then take the "Path Relation" in ASM to connect the bolt to the slot.

The slot center curve of the plate automatically is taken to be used as driving path for the bolt axis.

 

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See here the picture, where You find the slot function in part:

 

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regards
Wolfgang

Betreff: Question for experts. How to limit the movement of a screw ?

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Thank you Wolfgang. You've helped me a lot.

Betreff: Question for experts. How to limit the movement of a screw ?

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@hawcad wrote:

 

nothing easier than this.

 

 


@hawcad

I'd say I knew noting about how this could be done or even if that was possible in Solid Edge.

Many thanks for the video.

  

Regards,

Tushar

 

@VitaliyV Kindly mark the answer as 'Accepted Solution'.

Thanks.

Re: Question for experts. How to limit the movement of a screw ?

Phenom
Phenom

@VitaliyV If you have a situation without a slot as @hawcad demonstrated and need to visualize how parts move realistically relative to one another, check on the "Physical Motion" option in the ribbon bar for the drag component command. Also, check "Locate Grounded Parts" if that is applicable to your situation.

 

See video:

 

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Bob Henry
REH Technical Consulting
Canonsburg, PA 15317