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Cable and Pulley in DMU kinematics Simulator

Cable and Pulley in DMU kinematics Simulator

Cable and Pulley in DMU kinematics Simulator

(OP)
I'd like to model a rotated pulley with a cable. Is it possible to do that in the DMU Kinematics Simulator? How ? thanks in advance.

RE: Cable and Pulley in DMU kinematics Simulator

hi,

make a cable join between the 2 elements linked to the cable and if you need to make the pulley turn make a CRANK join between one of the the element listed before and the pulley.

This should work, but are you sur you need the pulley to turn ?

Have fun,

Eric

catiav5@softhome.net

RE: Cable and Pulley in DMU kinematics Simulator

(OP)
Hi Eric,

Yes, the pulley should be rotated by the cable.

Thanks for your time.

Tawada

RE: Cable and Pulley in DMU kinematics Simulator

So this should work,

but the cable wont be represented or if you do so, it wont slide and bend around the pulley, unless you got idea i dont have..

Have fun,

Eric

catiav5@softhome.net

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