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Questions to ask yourself before you start :
What is the reference component ?
The weight 6-1.
What are the complementary components ?
The axle 6-2 (2 instances) :
Create a sub-assembly "weight"
Each component must be prepared in an assembly container
Although it is not mandatory, it is advisable or even very useful to prepare meticulously its assembly if you want a lasting result and easy to maintain in case of problems.
We will assume that each component is saved in its own file.
Three steps will need to be addressed here
How to create an assembly container ?
How to insert a component into an assembly container ?
How to create and organize the elements to be constrained ?
You can find the procedures on the video of the 1st example :
How to create the kinematic equivalence class
It is necessary to create a new file and save it before doing anything.
Three steps will need to be addressed here :
How to fix the reference component ?
Reminder : it is necessary to fix the reference component so that the following components are positioned in relation to it and not the other way around.
The following video shows you the procedure :
Archive file result :
(in 7z format)
Ho to complete kinematic equivalence class
Two steps will need to be addressed here :
How to insert a new component into an assembly container ?
How to add the necessary constraints ?
Constraints used :
Important note :
In a kinematic equivalence class, we can often advantageously replace the
PlaneCoincident constraint by Attachment (less resource intensive).