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Good morning prataps925, nice to see u
If the blue wheels are too big to orbit, gear down first, which is likely a better option anyway. Gear down from motor to primary drive pulley, then take
If the blue wheels are the gear down, you are going to have to make sure the belt cannot slip from one link to the next. If you want 1 motor total with
Hmmm, I fail to see what you are saying . But if it is dependent on 2 motors then I have to say again that I designed this for light duty stuff so
What I mean by side to side constraints is just if you don't want to put the side linkages on right away and want to experiment. Once you have your side
I realize it is a bit difficult to see, but the fact that the platform is constrained side to side, as the front and/or back motors turn at the linkage
Yes Jeff I already have a constrained vertical motion with 3 cranks, there are the two points I am worried about: one is when the arms become co-linear
Actually, looking at the way you have your linkages set up, you are already constrained to linear motion. All you have to do is keep everything as you
Firstly, I am assuming you see the need to keep both the blue radius equal to the orange radius if you want to pass across the input axis. Secondly, I
Thanks Jeff, that's a really neat solution. It introduces one more arm in the assembly and this will work for your design. In my situation, as I am trying
I have decided on a compromise: I will provide you the slider solution (and leave out the linear linkage without sliders mechanism we discussed
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I am designing a machine that used for assembly line. The machine working process as following:
1. Operator places 3 parts
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Suggest you not to buy any machine outright just for the project, unless you have machine shop expertise yourself & project scritinised, with all