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Dynamic Response of a Planar Seven-Body Mechanism

This mechanism is part of a sheet-feeder for a high-speed printer. Called a "squeezer", it is probably one of the most widely simulated and analyzed mechanisms in recent years. This single-degree-of-freedom system is now a standard benchmark for all multi-body simulation tools. Thus, simulating this problem has become a standard for comparing the accuracy of MapleSim.

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  • DynamicResponseofPlanar Responses of a seven body mechanism are quickly simulated and ready for further analysis.
  • model Model diagram of seven-body mechanism
  • capture 3D rendering of seven body mechanism
  • Plots Simulation results showing the angle, angular speed and acceleration of two joints
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