Why are you so rigid?@diablo2112
You are not allowed to sell the printing parts as a kit. I got a notice you are selling them for 400 bucks.
This is forbidden by the license, it is free for all but for commercial use.
The license is very clear here I call it "Don't be a dig" license.
We are providing all this for free and do not want anyone to make money out of our work.
Please respect this license and our work.
Correct, roll pitch and heave are all that can be provided but surge through this system is usually a change in pitch depending on the user how much they want to feel it.. So decelleration depending on how fast it is would be a pitch forward and accelleration a pitch backwards. It can feel convincing, although there is no G force for the latteral accelleration that would be happening in a real car.Hi ! Anyone could explain me how you can have surge and sway effects with this setup ?..
From my point of view, the 4 actuators can only provide roll pitch and heave...
That's very, very old advice, from the beginning of 3D printing. Prusa recommends a layer height no more than 75% of nozzle diameter. Please note, the standard recommended 0.4mm nozzle at the recommended setting of a 0.25 layer height (and more than half) is about the same (62.5%) as printing a 0.4mm height with a 0.6mm nozzle (66%). The standard for fast printing with a 0.6mm nozzle is a 0.4mm layer height. Many, many printing guides, tutorials, and 3D print classes provide this recommendation.@diablo2112 I also used a 0.6 mm nozzle for my parts.
But your layer height in that screenshot you shared is too large. You should never use a layer height larger than half your nozle size (so layer height <=0.3 for 0.6nozzle, <=0.2 for 0.4nozzle) if you want your part to be strong.