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Changing the scale in Adams

Changing the scale in Adams

Changing the scale in Adams

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I built a model in adams it is very big. I want to reduce the scale by 10. How to change all dimensions of the model in Adams.

I don't like to change the components one by one .

I would like that all will be samller , i work with meter but now I want to devide all higher by 10.

Could you please help me :( ?

RE: Changing the scale in Adams

which bit of adams are you actually using - View?

I'm not sure what you are asking is possible, roughly speaking you'd have to move every marker, and resize every part.

That would, I suppose, be possible in the adm file, but you'd have to analyse it and rewrite it.

Cheers

Greg Locock


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RE: Changing the scale in Adams

Rescaling the icons just changes their appearance on screen.

Yes, apparently, when importing CAD models you can rescale them. So why not export your model and reimport it with a new scale factor? Do I think it'll work? No.

 

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Greg Locock


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