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SOLIDWORKS identifies seven mates as advanced mates, including. Profile center; Symmetric; Width; Path mate; Linear / linear coupler.


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(a) Linear coupler, and (b) path mate. Some CAD systems, such as SolidWorks and Pro/ENGINEER, also offer mechanical mates, such as cam follower, gear.


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Exercise Cam Mate Create a Tangent Cam follower mate and a Coincident Cam follower mate. A cam-follower mate is a type of Tangent or Coincident mate. It allows you to mate a Follower mate. 8. Click inside of the Cam Path box. 9.


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Adding a Cam mate: (Note: The Slot mate option is only available in SW or A. select one of the faces of this slot for Cam Path Note: A Slot Mate can also.


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It seems that the way I created the cam surface will not work for the mate. Attached are Go to Youtube and search for 'Solidworks PathMate'.


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You can define pitch, yaw, and roll of the component as it travels along the path. To add a path mate: Click Mate (Assembly toolbar) or Insert > Mate.


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When starting a Gear or Screw mate, SOLIDWORKS creates the mate based on the current position of Tutorial: Cam Mate Create a Tangent Cam follower mate and a Coincident Cam follower mate. Click inside of the Cam Path box.


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Adding a Cam mate: (Note: The Slot mate option is only available in SW or A. select one of the faces of this slot for Cam Path Note: A Slot Mate can also.


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Exercise Cam Mate Create a Tangent Cam follower mate and a Coincident Cam follower mate. A cam-follower mate is a type of Tangent or Coincident mate. It allows you to mate Cam Follower mate. โ€ข Click inside of the Cam Path box.


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Select two faces and set a starting distance. In other words, it can be set up so that moving one component will cause another to move twice as far, like a drawer slider, or so that moving one component in the x-axis moves another in the y-axis, like using a pulley to draw a bucket from a well. The free option obviously allows for the most motion, and can be used for things like making sure a component stays in a groove. Once the components and direction have been set, you simply need to set the ratio to relate them. This is done by saying that moving component A x-distance will move component B y-distance. If you know that symmetric motion will be key to your assembly, it can be helpful to import or set up your assembly so that default reference planes can be used as the symmetric plane. Width Like the profile center mate, the width mate will probably get more use in positioning components with some design intent than taking advantage of motion. The pitch and yaw control will either allow free rotation of the component or set it to follow the path so it follows along with any curvature. Additional options will then determine how the tab and groove are related, with options to keep the tab centered in the groove, free to move anywhere within it, or a set distance away from one of the selected grove planes that is determined by a distance, angle, or percentage. The best way to think about the width mate is that it constrains a tab between two planar faces that make up a groove. Search Search Schools Business Personal. In doing this, you will choose the components and determine the motion direction. The setup for each of these mates is the same as their standard mate counterparts. While the width mate is primarily used to position along with providing other motion capabilities, the path mate is the opposite. Path mate While the width mate is primarily used to position along with providing other motion capabilities, the path mate is the opposite. Start Learning. Symmetric The symmetric mate is the first of the advanced mates that really helps with building motion into an assembly. The last two advanced mates, limit distance and limit angle, are very similar: they allow you to mate components so they stay within a specified distance or angle from a selected entity. You can also right click the finished mate if you need to change it later. Additional options for the maximum and minimum value need to be set, and both the mate alignment and dimension direction can be adjusted with toggles in the PropertyManager. The linear or linear coupler mate is similar to the symmetric mate โ€” it relates the motion of one component to another without any additional options to constrain the position of either one. As you might imagine from its name, the symmetric mate is used to relate two components symmetrically across a selected plane. As you might expect, a path mate is used to constrain a component to a chosen path, and it does so by relating a selected vertex on the component to a contiguous curve, edge, or sketch entity. Limit distance and limit angle The last two advanced mates, limit distance and limit angle, are very similar: they allow you to mate components so they stay within a specified distance or angle from a selected entity. The path constraint options determine if the component will be free to move along the path or if it will be locked in position at a certain distance or percentage along the path. The mate alignment can be adjusted from the bottom of the advanced mates area. Specifically, it uses a ratio to connect translational motion of components. Its primary use is related to motion, and the secondary use related to positioning. This is done by selecting faces on the components that you want to relate. Select a pair of vertices, edges, or planar entities as the entities to mate. Color coding in the PropertyManager makes it a little more intuitive and the graphics area helps determine which component is which. Additionally, the starting, minimum, and maximum values generate variables that can be used in equations or design tables. Read more.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It can be great for simply positioning components accurately. This is a way, for example, to keep a piston from flying out of its cylinder or to prevent scissors from opening so far the handles hit the blades. Since it fully defines the component, it can be a great way to quickly relate the center faces of profiles, such as a steel beam on a footing or a broom handle to a broom head. To make sure the entities match up exactly how you want, there are options to adjust the orientation of the components clockwise and counterclockwise. Once the mate is created, the components are free to move as long as they stay within in the specified distance or angle. Additionally, you can select a reference component for each mate entity to change how the motion is related, but I usually leave that option blank for the motion to be with respect to the assembly origin. The tab can be made up of planar faces, cylindrical faces, or an axis, while the groove will need to be defined by two planar faces. The symmetric mate is the first of the advanced mates that really helps with building motion into an assembly. If you need a gap between the faces, you can add an offset between them, which works well with the mate alignment and flip dimension options so the components end up exactly where you want. Jan 9 Profile center Starting at the top, the first advanced mate listed in the PropertyManager is the profile center mate. Like the profile center mate, the width mate will probably get more use in positioning components with some design intent than taking advantage of motion. While this might seem like a large restriction, the mate allows you to relate to sketch profiles as well, so with a little setup work, the mate is always an option. But if, for example, the groove edges are not fixed, you can use the width mate to make sure that the tab will always be centered, no matter how the rest of the groove is positioned. Finally, the roll control determines if the component can roll or if a specific vector will always be up. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Starting at the top, the first advanced mate listed in the PropertyManager is the profile center mate.