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    jun
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    iPad app: Force Effect Motion

    Probably wrong, but it only took seconds to set up & run... I'm sure the scale is off... Can't figure out how to save the video though?

    Oh yeah, I didn't measure anything, I just took a snap shot from the iPad & just sketched the linkages, etc... I just thought it was neat to see how suspension may work

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    Last edited by jun; 10-05-2012 at 07:46 PM. Reason: I can't spell

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    Trek's

    Here is Trek's... Again, a gross approximation like the other one I did... Minutes to mimic different suspension designs


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    Maestro

    This app is a cool app... Been out for a while but just now got to mess with it
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    Very interesting Jun.

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    Scaling ForceEffect Motion Diagrams

    In ForceEffect Motion you can scale all the results if you set the dimension on the first element you create. Use the select tool to pick the dimension on the first element you draw. Tap on the dimension and set it to the known dimension. You will know it works if you select the element and there is a * in front of the dimension.

    From that point forward all other elements in that diagram will be scaled relative to the new dimension.

    Hole this helps, happy designing.

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