SolidWorks Motion Analysis is a program that allows designers to simulate accurately and analyze thoroughly the motion of any given assembly. It also allows you to incorporate the effects of different Motion Study elements, including aspects such as dampers, springs, forces, and friction. Motion Analysis lets motion study elements combine with their mates in different motion calculations. Because of this, motion restraints, mass, material properties, and component contact are all found within the comprehensive Motion Analysis program. At Cad Crowd, you can start working with one of our many Motion Analysis freelancers who are skilled using this program and can bring your project to life with ease.
The Motion Analysis not only does as stated, but it also calculates the loads that can be used to define the different structural analysis load cases. It looks at degrees of freedom that will allow an unconstrained rigid body in space the six degrees of freedom it needs, so that you can look at it in a more in-depth manner. These six degrees of freedom, as they are known, include three rotational and three translational degrees; therefore, the product is able to move about the X, Y, and Z axes while it also rotates on its X, Y and Z axes at the same time.
There are a variety of integration methods as well that include a set of algebraic and differential equations that outline the different equations of motion when it comes to the Motion Analysis program. The program gets together a numerical solution for these equations in the way of bringing in the differential equations and algebraic constrain equations at each and every step. One can also use the Motion Analysis program to check for any interference in the design that you have created as the design parts move. By doing so, you can check all of the components in the model created no matter if the component is participating as a part of the motion model. This will help you eliminate larger, more costly errors in the future.
There are also three different interpolation methods that will let you get together a data set in order to define any motor, torque, or force profiles: The Linear, Cubic Spline, or Akima Spline methods. Furthermore, you can make paths for the motion to take with the Motion Analysis. This will allow you to monitor things such as the velocity, displacement, or acceleration values while the entity moves down the path you have set.
No matter what your project entails, the Motion Analysis program can help. Cad Crowd sets you up with the best Motion Analysis designer for your project, and you can stay in touch with the designer during the entire project to ensure that you are kept in the know about the project and still have control. You can be sure that you will get the results you want both on time and within budget. Contact us today for a free price estimation.