Although our six-bar syntheses strictly speaking only allow the specification of 2 plane conditions (plane = point and angle), it is still possible to design six-bar linkages in ASOM v7 to fulfill 3 (or in principle even more) plane conditions.
Modeling of a basic E-Drive for a bicycle.
Using three brief examples (car seat, rear hatch and spoiler), we demonstrate how car manufacturers and suppliers can use the kinematics software ASOM v7 to solve typical industry-specific problems.
Experimental example for bow and arrow, animated and computed in the kinematics software ASOMv7.
Basic example of a door closer, simulated with the kinematics design software ASOM v7
Basic example of the kinematics of a tailgate lift or lift gate in a medium duty truck.
Basic example for a furniture hinge, simulated in ASOMv7. The example shows a hinge system, connecting the door and side wall of a cabinet.
Basic example of a multi-bar system for a pedal or foot pedal.
In the following you will see an example of the kinematics for a pop-up roof, generated with the kinematics design software ASOMv7, which is often found in the caravan industry for camping vans and caravans.
Basic kinematics example of a folding dining table. The middle plate in the table shown here is automatically lifted into the center position by four-bar systems on each of the two sides. The two partial systems are kinematically independent of each other.