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"Enventive is by far the best design variation analysis tool we have found. This is more powerful than traditional design simulation tools, such as FEA software. Anyone who completes mechanical design work should be using Enventive. " - Yves Le Pottier, Electrical Device Supplier

Travel and Effort Studies

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Customer Testimonial

“For mechanisms and tolerance-in-motion, Enventive can’t be beat.” – Jeff Gabalski, BAE Industries

Enventive Concept’s force modeling capability coupled with equation solving, kinematic, and tolerance analysis capabilities make it a powerful tool for travel and effort studies, such as determining the force to move a transmission shift lever, open a latch, or operate a clutch. Any mechanism for which force variation affects reliability is a candidate for analysis with Enventive Concept.

The following simple example uses Enventive Concept’s force modeling capabilities to solve for the torque required to statically hold in position a mechanism that’s being acted upon by a spring force.

Travel and effort example - Spring force on a mechanism

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Enventive Concept lets you change the value of the angle to see the torque change as the mechanism rotates, run tolerance analysis on the torque, and do a Tolerance-in-Motion™ study to see how the torque varies through the range of motion.

Tolerance-in-Motion™ study in Enventive software

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