In this video, learn how to generate a simplified model of the third link of the robot.
- [Instructor] For Link3 of my robotic arm, … I'll start a new sketch. … And, I'm going to start this one on the front plane, here. … This will be a nice, simple sketch, just a circle. … I'll start at the center point, here. … I'm going to give it a diameter of maybe 60 millimeters, there. … And, then I'll extrude this sketch out. … Say, 10 millimeters. … And, say okay. … And, this is just going to be a mount, … for one of my motors again. … And, I'm going to start another sketch, … on, maybe, this front face, here. … So, I'll start a new sketch. … We're going to have this front face. … And, here I'm just going to draw a rectangle. … Something like this, … then I'll give it some dimensions at 10 by 80. … And, notice here, a sketch is coming in blue, … so it's not yet fully defined, … so I might just throw in a few extra constraints, … or dimensions, to finish this off, … then I'm going to use a constraint here, let's say, … make these two points vertical with each other. … And, now sketch is coming in black, there, …
- Designing the base component
- Designing links
- Using the plastics and casting design tools
- Creating a mechatronics assembly
- Routing wire
- Creating the final outputs