PROJECT Elevator Vex Robotics / Elevador Mecânico


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Elevator Vex Robotics / Elevador Mecânico

This is a project developed to work manufacturing cell concepts on a small scale. This mechanism is the representation of an elevator for transporting parts in a given production cell, the overall project consists of 5 sections this is the first part in which I am providing the Autodesk Gallery.

I’ll be providing the other parties in the near future, we await feedback from everyone !!

Until then, new updates are coming!

MORE ON PROJECT: AUTODESK GALLERY PROJECT ELEVATOR


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I don’t know about everyone but this is some good looking CAD! How are you finding Fusion 360 for VEX parts? Easy? Hard? Could be better?


#3

Hello! Yerayrobotics
I’m currently working with the Fusion 360 CAD projects for Vex, I’m not having trouble, just a few details :slight_smile:


#4

That’s nice to know! I’m just having a few bumps while creating an ENTIRE robot assembly (including chains and screws with nuts). It gets choppy and sometimes unresponsive. Maybe I should upgrade my RAM or something.


#5

Yes, for large-scale work it is necessary a good computer architecture for the development of the project. Good luck in your buildings, I’m here for any questions.


#6

Or you might have integrated graphics. Seriously, those things are a bane…


#7

Really you shouldn’t do chain and only do screws and nuts where spacing requires explanation.


#8

I actually have a GTX 970 paired with i5 6th but only 8GB RAM. Integrated graphics is a no go.

I initially did chains to make sure there are no structures that coincides the path of the chain. I might hide the chain now that I got it all done and increase performance.

While I don’t want to go a bit off-topic with the thread, I just want to say that I look forward this project be completed!


#9

Ahh, yes. But 8gb ram shouldn’t hurt you that much. I don’t see why it would? Have you checked what your ram usage is when you are using the software?