MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby steambuf » Wed Oct 02, 2019 9:05 am

Thanks for the reply.
Much appreciated!!
Will play with it a bit more and try your suggestions. I really love what you are doing to keep the fun in programming and sharing your knowledge and skill with others.
I'm now retired and trying to keep my brain active and you are helping me do that.
Thanks again and would love to see an update to the non sticky joints???
Cheers Peter
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby WronskiKamil » Wed Oct 30, 2019 11:37 pm

Hi,
Will it be possible to export the animation to vray in the future? Maybe in the next version;)?
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby jeep906 » Wed Jan 08, 2020 11:15 am

Dear author! I apologize for my English, I translate Google translator.
Is it possible to save the properties of individual objects defined in the MSPhysics UI tool when combining these objects into a common group?
if there is no such possibility in this plugin, I am ready to pay for writing a new one, where there is such an opportunity. Please help me!
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby tayyab2224 » Fri Jan 10, 2020 4:03 pm

As far as i know , it is not possible in this version, anton_s might be busy anywhere else .
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Anton_S » Sat Jan 11, 2020 2:55 am

jeep906 wrote:Dear author! I apologize for my English, I translate Google translator.
Is it possible to save the properties of individual objects defined in the MSPhysics UI tool when combining these objects into a common group?
if there is no such possibility in this plugin, I am ready to pay for writing a new one, where there is such an opportunity. Please help me!

With the current version, it is not possible to assign properties to internal groups. The new version, that I am developing, will support this functionality.

tayyab2224 wrote:As far as i know , it is not possible in this version, anton_s might be busy anywhere else .

I am honestly working on the project, just not as actively. I have been focused on other things. NewtonDynamics, the physics engine used by MSPhysics, has become much more stable and robust with joints than before. We will no longer experience the weird behavior of those flexible and wandering joints and have much better experience with developing robotics. I am driven to develop the new version. Thanks for your interest in the project!
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby faust07 » Sat Jan 11, 2020 2:53 pm

Thanks for the information on the further development of MSPhysics. That sounds great. Will the old models be compatible with the new version?
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Anton_S » Sun Jan 12, 2020 2:05 am

faust07 wrote:Thanks for the information on the further development of MSPhysics. That sounds great. Will the old models be compatible with the new version?

Unfortunately MSPhysics 2 won't be compatible with current models. This time, any object intended for simulation will have to be marked explicitly, rather than excluding unwanted with the Ignore option. Scripting docs is going to be different as well. My intention is to focus on usability and tutorials with this one.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Hza » Sun Jan 12, 2020 2:37 am

Hello Anton, thanks for the great extension! Please, when we can expect release of the MSPhysics 2?
thanks again!
Hza
Anton_S wrote:
faust07 wrote:Thanks for the information on the further development of MSPhysics. That sounds great. Will the old models be compatible with the new version?

Unfortunately MSPhysics 2 won't be compatible with current models. This time, any object intended for simulation will have to be marked explicitly, rather than excluding unwanted with the Ignore option. Scripting docs is going to be different as well. My intention is to focus on usability and tutorials with this one.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Anton_S » Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:21 am

Hza wrote:Hello Anton, thanks for the great extension! Please, when we can expect release of the MSPhysics 2?
thanks again!
Hza

The first beta version should be ready in a few months.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby jumpjack » Fri Jan 31, 2020 7:33 pm

Does it exist a library of mechanisms for MSP? I can find only a dozen models on warehouse.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby kaoru_komine » Sun Mar 29, 2020 3:13 am

I am commenting for the first time.
Thanks to the author for the great plugin.
I'm looking forward to the new version of "MSPhysics".

Now, I have a question about "MSPhysics2".
I use Ruby scripts that can be input from the UI to control the 3D model in the current "MSPhysics".Is it possible to do the same thing with "MSPhysics2"?
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Anton_S » Thu Apr 02, 2020 12:00 am

kaoru_komine wrote:I use Ruby scripts that can be input from the UI to control the 3D model in the current "MSPhysics".Is it possible to do the same thing with "MSPhysics2"?

Yes, scripting will still be available with MSPhysics2. The scripting API will be different, however.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Anton_S » Thu Apr 02, 2020 12:14 am

jumpjack wrote:Does it exist a library of mechanisms for MSP? I can find only a dozen models on warehouse.

As mentioned earlier, MSPhysics 1 has weak joints, in which case creating mechanical interconnections between rods, suspension, robotic arms, and what not, makes the resulting structure weak and loose, unless all interconnected groups have an identical mass. MSPhysics 2 should be able to address this issue. I haven't yet tested that, and I am a little behind with my promises on the development of the project, but as mentioned earlier, I am very exited to utilize the newer NewtonDynamics version for this, which showed promising results with the stable and robust interlinked joint behavior.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby tayyab2224 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 9:54 am

Anton_S wrote:
jumpjack wrote:Does it exist a library of mechanisms for MSP? I can find only a dozen models on warehouse.

As mentioned earlier, MSPhysics 1 has weak joints, in which case creating mechanical interconnections between rods, suspension, robotic arms, and what not, makes the resulting structure weak and loose, unless all interconnected groups have an identical mass. MSPhysics 2 should be able to address this issue. I haven't yet tested that, and I am a little behind with my promises on the development of the project, but as mentioned earlier, I am very exited to utilize the newer NewtonDynamics version for this, which showed promising results with the stable and robust interlinked joint behavior.

I hope we will enjoy MSP2 this summer۔۔۔
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby daniabreu1 » Fri Apr 03, 2020 8:04 pm

Looking forward to see the new version of this plugin that it will work on new versions of SU. Keep updating us! Thank you! :)
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby tayyab2224 » Mon Apr 06, 2020 5:53 pm

What if flying simulation in msp2 ?
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Anton_S » Tue Apr 07, 2020 7:52 am

tayyab2224 wrote:What if flying simulation in msp2 ?
You mean aerodynamics? I am planning to implement Newtonian drag (already developed in ClothWorks for simulating flags and parachute effects). Newtonian drag alone does not provide accurate results, as it does not involve turbulence and additional actors, but should yield useful results for simulating wings.
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Re: MSPhysics -Servo and Slider together

Postby sheadacus » Fri Apr 17, 2020 2:03 am

Hello is there anyway to combine a slider and servo motor. Similar to the corkscrew but I need it to move apart automatically in twisting and sliding a certain distance and angle. Whenever I do a slider I cant move the servo and vice versa.
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Re: MSPhysics -Servo and Slider together

Postby Anton_S » Mon Apr 20, 2020 7:30 am

sheadacus wrote:Hello is there anyway to combine a slider and servo motor. Similar to the corkscrew but I need it to move apart automatically in twisting and sliding a certain distance and angle. Whenever I do a slider I cant move the servo and vice versa.

Hi! Yes, there is. To do this, you need two groups. One way to do this is by having slider as a top level joint and servo as an inner level joint:
  1. Create two box groups positioned next to each other.
  2. Create a slider joint at the top level, next to group A.
  3. Create a servo joint, one level inside group A.
  4. Using the joint connection tool, connect servo to group B.
  5. Then, connect slider to group A.
In this scenario, group A will be constrained to the slider and group B will be constrained to a servo, with respect to group A.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby mauroa6 » Thu May 07, 2020 8:09 am

Good morning
I installed MSPhysic 1.0.3 and related AMS 3.6.0h libraries, but when opening SketchUp I get this error ...
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Errore di caricamento del file C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics/main_entry.rb
Error: #<IOError: The required, staged c extension file, "C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics/libraries/stage/win64/2.5/msp_lib.so", is missing!>
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/ams_Lib/extension_manager.rb:204:in `block in require_all'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/ams_Lib/extension_manager.rb:201:in `each'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/ams_Lib/extension_manager.rb:201:in `require_all'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics/main.rb:70:in `<top (required)>'
C:/SketchUp 2019/Tools/RubyStdLib/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:59:in `require'
C:/SketchUp 2019/Tools/RubyStdLib/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:59:in `require'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics/main_entry.rb:15:in `<top (required)>'
C:/SketchUp 2019/Tools/extensions.rb:197:in `require'
C:/SketchUp 2019/Tools/extensions.rb:197:in `load'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics.rb:21:in `register_extension'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics.rb:21:in `<module:MSPhysics>'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics.rb:5:in `<top (required)>'
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby tayyab2224 » Thu May 07, 2020 2:37 pm

mauroa6 wrote:Good morning
I installed MSPhysic 1.0.3 and related AMS 3.6.0h libraries, but when opening SketchUp I get this error ...
Thanks

Errore di caricamento del file C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics/main_entry.rb
Error: #<IOError: The required, staged c extension file, "C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics/libraries/stage/win64/2.5/msp_lib.so", is missing!>
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/ams_Lib/extension_manager.rb:204:in `block in require_all'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/ams_Lib/extension_manager.rb:201:in `each'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/ams_Lib/extension_manager.rb:201:in `require_all'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics/main.rb:70:in `<top (required)>'
C:/SketchUp 2019/Tools/RubyStdLib/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:59:in `require'
C:/SketchUp 2019/Tools/RubyStdLib/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:59:in `require'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics/main_entry.rb:15:in `<top (required)>'
C:/SketchUp 2019/Tools/extensions.rb:197:in `require'
C:/SketchUp 2019/Tools/extensions.rb:197:in `load'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics.rb:21:in `register_extension'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics.rb:21:in `<module:MSPhysics>'
C:/Users/Mauro/AppData/Roaming/SketchUp/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/Plugins/MSPhysics.rb:5:in `<top (required)>'

MsP NOT WORKS IN 2017-2020.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Oxer » Thu May 07, 2020 2:46 pm

MSPhysic doesn't work in SketchUp > 2017 but in SU2017 works fine.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby skeeterkalamazoo » Thu May 07, 2020 4:14 pm

Hello,
I saw a way to use this to create a walkthrough exactly like I used to be able to do it in an old architect software I had. I can't get it this, or the AMS library to work, just gets a list of errors. I have SketchUp 2020 on a Windows 10 Machine, I'm guessing it is a compatibility issue with either of those. Any ideas? If it requires an update to the plugins, do you have any plans to do that?

It will be a real bummer if I have to figure out a different way to do this. I have a lot of difficulty having animations turn out right just using the built in ability with scenes.
Thanks,
Skeeter
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Anton_S » Thu May 07, 2020 6:27 pm

Hello, Skeeter. I mentioned this earlier, but MSPhysics is not compatible with 2019+. I am working on 2.0, from scratch. This is one of the reasons it takes too long to release. I hope to have a working version in June or July. Thanks!
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby nisel » Sat May 23, 2020 3:12 pm

Is it possible to create an animation like that; Disappear or appear an object after 5 seconds?
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby utsav1110 » Sat Jun 06, 2020 9:46 am

Can anyone help me with this simulation of multiple plastic bottles over a conveyor?
I need to know the flow of bottles over the conveyor. Whenever i run the simulation, it crashes.
Don't know the reason.

Also, if possible how can i model a simple flat belt that runs instead of this chain type belt. I have attached the file which i modelled in sketchup pro 2017.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby cristyan » Mon Jun 22, 2020 10:05 pm

Hello ! utsav1110 here is an conveyor chain. You can use it if can help you.
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Jorgensen » Thu Jul 16, 2020 5:13 pm

Anton_S wrote:.......is one of the reasons it takes too long to release. I hope to have a working version in June or July. Thanks!


Hi Anton

Is there some newsletter - or like, we can subscript to, to be informed when you release the next version? :-)

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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby Anton_S » Sun Jul 19, 2020 7:28 pm

Jorgensen wrote:
Anton_S wrote:.......is one of the reasons it takes too long to release. I hope to have a working version in June or July. Thanks!


Hi Anton

Is there some newsletter - or like, we can subscript to, to be informed when you release the next version? :-)

Jorgensen

Hi Jorgensen,

There isn't any newsletters. Looks like I am falling behind on schedule with this one. Will do my best.

Thanks,
Anton
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Re: MSPhysics 1.0.3 (16 October 2017)

Postby pilou » Tue Jul 21, 2020 1:18 pm

As it's very easy to make this, :enlight: it's a nightmare to make a simple grid with the same "Prismatic" module! :o (2 curvatures in the same time)

After tones of traying no success! I must miss something!
Have you some lights about that ?

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