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Postby John » Sun Dec 01, 2013 2:17 pm

Dear all,
Had futile attempts at finding a practical solution to manage the following.

Goal : Similar to a crane that can move on 3 controlled axis.

The requiremet is to move an object across 17 meters and 3 meters wide and 2 meters high area

The info fed to the mechanism is x,y,z axis data.

The challenge is to move it across 17m at upto 40m/s variable based on input data.

How can this be achieved?
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Re: Extreme Engineering

Postby John » Sun Dec 01, 2013 2:17 pm

To get to 40m/s from zero and slow down to zero again before you get to 17meters you will need 9g acceleration. Perhaps you could use pneumatics to get that kind of power on your crane. Another extreme option is a collision to get your object to where it needs to be, kind of like when you play billiards. you would need to calculate where the object needs to go and punch it there.
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it,s intereting

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