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In this example, the 3D DCM is used to assemble a collection of parts into a universal joint and then simulate the mechanism's kinematic behaviour.
This example illustrates the use of 3D DCM bounded dimensions in assemblies and mechanisms. A bounded dimension can be solved at any value up to, but not beyond, its bounds.
Using 3D DCM bounded dimensions to control the configuration of a 3D sketch.
The 3D DCM constrains the length of a 3D spline curve and solves the model according to a wide range of dimensioning schemes, including dimensions onto the spline.
The 3D DCM provides a wide range of constraints for specifying the position and/or shape of cones and tori. This animation illustrates a cone drive for variable-speed transmission.
The 3D DCM provides a wide range of constraints for specifying the position and/or shape of cones and tori.
Here the 3D DCM is used to determine the behaviour of two splines that are connected at their endpoints.
This example illustrates dimension-driven changes to a 3D spline curve that has interpolation conditions.
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