Surajmal

How to model Spring of Realistic Movement in SolidWorks 2012 ?

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How to model Spring of Realistic Movement in SolidWorks 2012 ?

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Shane Anderson
Answered on 23 Jun, 2013 03:07 AM

that is interesting - i always make springs at various states of compression from free to solid (profile swept along a helix). i add configurations based on loading conditions (from manufacturer spring rate data). then i can see what my design does under load if the assembly is mated to the spring that changes lengths. what purpose does having the assembly above serve in designing actual mechanisms? how/why do you use it?

 
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lukas janousek
Answered on 12 Feb, 2014 06:59 PM

I dont know how to make a smooth move its laging because of difficult calculations. Is there any method how to solve it? But its a very good idea.

 
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