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Spring engine powered tank with forwards + reverse

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Author: mel_energy

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Filesize: 76.77 kB

Date added: 2020-04-22

Rating: 5

Downloads: 979

Views: 77

Comments: 2

Ratings: 1

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Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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A tank I made a while ago and recently tuned a little bit. Powered by a four cylinder spring engine and the big wheels spinning in the opposite direction just gear it down and have lightening holes cut in them which is why they look funny. Can't handle too too much uphill driving at once because it slows the engine down which has to regain its momentum again, but this has been drastically improved recently (no other uploaded versions of this are posted). Powered with arrow keys. Enjoy!
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Damn this is a cool scene! You can do a couple of very simple things to improve power and track stiffness, try setting sim frequency to 120 Hz (it'll make the scene twice as hard to process, but it shouldn't lag anyways) and use high density on the things that need to withstand lots of forces, for example, density higher than 100 on the pistons. this way you'll be able to increase the negative damping springs' constant by a lot and get more power.


but this kind of scene is increasingly rare! nice one
Last edited at 2020/04/24 23:34:21 by The Linkage
Thanks! I figured out that density thing already which you can see from the slightly denser treads, but I had no idea I could mess with the simulation frequency.