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PS 11.1 Kinematic leding function

PLM World Member Phenom PLM World Member Phenom
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Hi,
I use TX11. 1 TR01 
today I've been using the kinematic function of leading joints.
Unfortunately not quite okay with the function.
the leading factor is a game of chance.
according to what criteria you set the factor?
the smallest factor is 1, unfortunately I need sometimes 0.01 as a factor.
choose one factor at the 'LEDING' the arrow below, disappears the "leading joint".
has anyone experience with this function?

thanks
Kind regards,

Benjamin Voelzke
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Re: PS 11.1 Kinematic leding function

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Kind regards,

Benjamin Voelzke

Re: PS 11.1 Kinematic leding function

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Hi Benjamin.

There were quite a few issues in your post - I will try addressing them all.

1. There is a PR for handling the issue where the joint name dissappears in the Joint Dependency dialog when you click on the down arrow to reduce the Follow Factor value. I hope it will be fixed soon.

2. Your joint isn't missing from the list, but the name simply dissappeared (due to the above mentioned PR). If you hit Apply you can see it is still there with the defined Follow Factor, which is why you can no longer select it from the list (already selected joints are filtered out of the list to avoid selecting the same joint twice as leading).

3. Finding the correct factor: PS allows finding the correct factor using the "Crank wizard". Otherwise you will need to solve the kinematic equations and enter a factor (or more likely an equation) manually. I think the Crank wizard is getting some enhancements soon in case it doesn't cover you use case.

4. I can't seem to reproduce your issue with the specific joints. If you send me the component itself I'll be glad to take a look at j8\10\12.

 

Hope this helps,

Gal.

 

Kind regards,
Gal Snir

Re: PS 11.1 Kinematic leding function

PLM World Member Phenom PLM World Member Phenom
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Thank you for your answers.

 

 

Kind regards,

Benjamin Voelzke