## ASOMmini Example “Umbrella”

This example video shows how a typical umbrella can be modeled and analyzed kinematically in ASOMmini. The umbrella is opened automatically by a pressure spring, which is installed between the two movable sliders.

## ASOM v7 Example “Umbrella”

In this video the example of a typical umbrella is used to demonstrate how to purposefully create variations of a kinematic system in ASOM in order to find better solutions. For this purpose not only single elements but also groups of elements can be moved together, if necessary also restricted to  only the X or […]

## Complex movements in ASOM v7 using the example of a rolling bridge

This video shows how complex sequences of motions can be created and analyzed with the kinematics software ASOM v7 using the example of a rolling bridge.

## Flap for kitchen cabinet with spring support in ASOMmini

This example shows that the force conditions for a six-bar hinge mechanism on the flap of a kitchen cabinet (see last video) can also be checked quickly and easily with the kinematics software ASOMmini.

## Flap for kitchen wall unit with spring support in ASOM v7

This example shows how the force conditions for a six-bar hinge mechanism on the flap of a kitchen wall unit can be checked quickly and easily with the kinematics software ASOM v7.

## Rear spoiler design with ASOM v7: six-bar linkage with 3 planes (part 2)

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. Instead of using scripts to create only numeric displays in expressions, as shown in our […]

## Rear spoiler design with ASOM v7: six-bar linkage with 3 planes

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.

## Four-bar system and manual force in ASOMmini

Use the new manual force element in ASOMmini (version 1.1 and higher) to see in real time how the necessary manual force to drive your system with its pre-defined motion profile develops while changes are made.