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Mechanical gearbox 2 [RELOADED]

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Author: omega2012

Group: Default

Filesize: 49.37 kB

Date added: 2017-03-05

Rating: 5

Downloads: 342

Views: 90

Comments: 3

Ratings: 1

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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New version of my gearbox. It is more stable and have 5 gears and reverse gear
1-5 - Gears
R - reverse gear
N - neutral gear

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Last edited at 2017/03/23 19:23:35 by omega2012
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your thyme is broken, because you used non It will probably only work for you, maybe not even for you after you download the scene. Do this:
Press F10, write = 1.18

on the console. this will declare a variable called, and it will put it the initial number of 1.18. Global variables (a.k.a easily accessed) are stored within the simulation, this means that if you copy the 'box and paste it on another scene it will stop working. Now press F10 again to close the console

Now, on the spring's length property, write


this will make the length equal to Now go to each laser and write
(e)=>{ whatevernumbercomeshere}
a.k.a lengths of the springs at different gears
You don't really need the second variable. Make a cam out of some circles and make it rotate when you need the clutch, so that the whole thing goes up. Keep it as simple and variable-free as possible if you can
Yep exactly what I was about to comment.
Thank you a lot!