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  1. If you build your model with Inspire Motion you can perform structural (FEA) analysis of the rigid body mechanism. You can get stress results like shown in attached video. IM_stress.mp4
  2. With Inspire 2019.1 you can use the Joint Coupler to create a rotational-translational relationship between joint movements. Please find the attached model and corresponding video. In this example a preloaded spring has been placed between the nut and bolt to represent the compressive load as the nut is tightened. Hopefully you get the idea here. Good luck. NutBolt_animation.mp4 NutBolt_viaCoupler_2019.1.stmod
  3. For simple spur gears it is often much simpler to just use a Coupler... it can run very efficiently because contact detection is not required. See attached ZIP file containing a model where coupler is used instead of contacts. Sincerely, Tony S. Spur_Gear_useCoupler.zip
  4. Inspecting the MDL file you provided there appears to be a mismatch between the part name and the internally represented name embedded in the CAD. Think of it as being a 'mapping problem'. This isn't your fault. The attached 'LG_parts.txt' file shows what I believe the part mapping ought to be. Try using the attached MDL and Parasolids file and see if that works out better for you. Sincerely, asajd Landing_Gear_4_wheels - Corrected.mdl Landing_Gear_4_wheels_x_t.8bbc17520c5a14e4688199a9da4b1a66 LG_parts.txt
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