In this tutorial it is discussed, how the information that the kinematics software ASOM v7 displays about the degrees of freedom of a kinematic system or multi-bar system can be used to create functioning kinematic systems.
In this tutorial the basic principles of numerical coordinate input in the kinematics software ASOM v7 are demonstrated through the example of a simple slider-crank kinematic.
In this tutorial the kinematics software ASOM v7 is used to create and animate simple plane linkages, like a one-bar, four-bar or slider-crank system, but also a planetary gear and a rack-and-pinion.
In this tutorial, a quick and basic overview of the most important features of the kinematics software ASOM v7 is given, using a multi-bar linkage as an example.
Here you will find useful basic information about the ASOM v7 TUTORIAL series. We illustrate here briefly what ASOM v7 is, what kind of kinematic tasks it can be used for, and how the tutorials are supposed to be worked with.
Linkages that have been constructed for a retractable hardtop are used to compare the adaptability of six-bar and four-bar linkage syntheses in ASOM v7.
Creation of an interactive four bar linkage mechanism synthesis for the height adjustment of a car seat in ASOM v7.