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How to import points in motionview from excel

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How to import points in motionview from excel

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Hello Monu,

 

You can import points from excel file.

 

Your excel file will be saved as .xlsx bydefault

 

First save your file as .csv file format 

 

In motionview from main ment > Macros > Create points > Using coordinate > and import your .csv file

 

Try to import below attached file

Points.csv

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Hello 

can anyone tell me how to increase run time in Motion view

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hello monu,

 

For increasing Run Time (I hope you are talking about Simulation Run time so that you can increase Result animation time)

 

Go to Run panel and increase End time (in Seconds)

 

and print Interval will sets the time movement when simulation results are exported to the output files.

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@Deep

please tell me ho to apply 50 rpm rotational motion as input on a rotating body in motion solve

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Hello Monu

Create Motion (Velocity) and Apply that Motion on Joint and go to properties and Give Linear Value of RPM or Give Expression as per your Run Time

MotionVIew's default Unit is N, mm, kg, Second so convert RPM Accordingly.

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