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Cylindrical csys contrainsts

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Cylindrical csys contrainsts

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As Shown is figure, i have defined a cylindrical csys System 

 

And i want to constrain the axial motion while allowing rotation of the shaft....

 

what is the difference if i am constraining Z or R

 

 I have tried pin joint which has same principle of working.... But the factor R is not clear to me in 3D models

 

what is the purpose of R

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Cylindrical-Z = Cartesian-Z

x and y => r and phi

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This image is copied from creo official website... And this differs from the explanation you are giving..

 

 

i also thought 

R is movement in 3D

T is angular movement w.r.to Z as axis

and Z is axial axis have lateral movement

 

But according to the image on Creo website Z and R are same just having different position....

 

 

 

 

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