I built a hinge with a piston at the end followed by another hinge. But the arm does not want to move.
I have encountered this issue as well.
I was trying to build a large-grid setup with a hinge, followed by 2xpistons, followed by 3xdrills. With 2xdrills, the hinge lifts the setup no problem. With 3xdrills it is unable to move the arm *even if you crank the torque up to 1000MNm*.
I don't think hinges are computing their torque correctly because an equivalent setup *using an advanced rotor will move the arm at a torque of 33MNm*.
Please see the attached screenshot: the rotor has default torque of 33.6MNm and is moving. The hinge has torque all the way up to 1000MNm and will not move.
The same here, I was building a crane.
All worked perfectly with the programmable block moving things around.
I Have :
- 1 rotor working for Yaw (33.6MNm)
- 1 hinge Working for Pitch (started at 33.6MNm all throught 1000 MNm)
- 1 piston for extension
- 1 free rotor pour the magnetic head
- 1 free hinge for the magnetic head.
When I Locked the drone, the yaw rotor was able to move yet the hinge was totaly stuck.
when I unlock the drone, the hinge start to work again...
Hi, I have experienced the same problem, and there are other posts with the same problem.
Here are some (including this):
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