lyspatriote wrote:your first link i dont know what it is, need more info
for the second link yes , for the look you need to be creative
the tird i tink there are made in my little town (joliette Québec canada)is a compagny call trio-tech who made arcade moving rides http://www.trio-tech.com/ and again your at the right plce to create a machine like those
good luck, keep us inform of your developement
lyspatriote wrote:But those machine are toys, you can do way bether than that, if its not odiot prof like those machine. Those triotech machines need to be heavyduty tink of a drunk guy of 300lb whit is girl both on the ride, it's for arcade, disney, theme park, stuff like that. they begin small but now there are all over the world nice susses story
Frakk wrote:X-Sim will handle the axis and everything you need in software. Your biggest concern is connecting the actuators and making them move with X-Sim.
You could find out more about the serial accessed control box and let us know. You can attach pictures in your posts too.
Frakk wrote:You are right with your observations. The main output of X-Sim is serial COM ports, these can be RS232, RS485, or Virtual ports through USB converters.
The USO and Synaptrix is where you can set up the output packets and communication, depending on the controller. There are various controller options, we need to know more information about your motors and position feedback.
jukingeo wrote:I would say that I would like to go with a 2 seater system that can support up to 500lbs and has at least two degrees of motion (but I would like to go with 3).
Frakk wrote:jukingeo wrote:
Let's start there. Sabertooth controllers are for small robots, they won't have a chance to move 500lb, unless you use multiple ones in parallel (you don't want to do that). You will need a lot of power to move it, perhaps AC motors with variable frequency drives. What is in there originally?
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