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*Sands, Fred
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Driving constraints

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11-30-2002 06:08 AM
I have 2 discs. As the first discs rotates from 0-90 there would be no
movement in the second disc. As the first disc rotates from 90 to 180 the
second disc rotates 0-30 then stops as the first disc completes it's
rotation. This would repeat untill the second disc indexes 12 times or 360
degrees.

I looked at Sean' tut's but I'm not too clear on functions.
Can someone point me in the right direction? LOL
*Dotson, Sean
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Re: Driving constraints

11-30-2002 09:50 AM in reply to: *Sands, Fred
If you don't want to deal with functions use Animator at my site...

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Sean Dotson, PE
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"Fred Sands" wrote in message
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> I have 2 discs. As the first discs rotates from 0-90 there would be no
> movement in the second disc. As the first disc rotates from 90 to 180 the
> second disc rotates 0-30 then stops as the first disc completes it's
> rotation. This would repeat untill the second disc indexes 12 times or 360
> degrees.
>
> I looked at Sean' tut's but I'm not too clear on functions.
> Can someone point me in the right direction? LOL
>
>

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