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I'm struggling with a concept we are trying to run. We have created a spring, cut from a cylindrical pipe and we wish to apply torsion so as to tighten it up, therefore reducing its diameter and increasing it's length BUT maintaining the same pitch. The profile is a 1" wide rectangle and our aim is to ensure it maintains its pitch so that, in our application, we essentially wind it up to fit onto a smaller diameter and need to represent the two states. Can this be done? I tried to figure it out using adaptive springs to give me the sizes I need but couldn't quite get it to work, so hopefully someone can shed some light on this for me! I hope the image helps to show what I'm aiming to do.
Hello everyone! So i've been trying to model this part on Inventor, but it's cost me more than what i expected. It is part of an assembly that i'd like to post soon.Maybe you guys could help me with this. As it is in spanish, both "PASO 2" and "12 giros" stand for Step: 2, and 12 Revs., respectively. All dimensions are in millimeters. Thanks PS: Sorry for my bad english.
Hi, I am looking for a way to create a spring in Inventor 2012. The string starts and end with a half turn or 180 deg turn and this first and last half turn is immediately followed by a full turn with minimal distance between them and the remaining turns are equally distributed. Thanks you in advanced, Nicolas.