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Thread: how to kill joint occurring in the middle of the cross bracing 2d ???

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    how to kill joint occurring in the middle of the cross bracing 2d ???

    There is a two-dimensional model of the cross bracing.
    This model is a two-dimensional and cross section truss.
    I want to kill joint occurring in the middle of the cross bracing.
    The performance of these two elements cross each other, and they are independent.
    i want These two-elements cross over each other interchange
    Not have another common point
    i mean ,These two-elements to Be separated
    please help me
    best regard
    max
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    Re: how to kill joint occurring in the middle of the cross bracing 2d ???

    Quote Originally Posted by maxwolf2000 View Post
    There is a two-dimensional model of the cross bracing.
    This model is a two-dimensional and cross section truss.
    I want to kill joint occurring in the middle of the cross bracing.
    The performance of these two elements cross each other, and they are independent.
    i want These two-elements cross over each other interchange
    Not have another common point
    i mean ,These two-elements to Be separated
    please help me
    best regard
    max
    If you're restricting solutions to just two dimensions, you cannot avoid having the braces touch in the middle.

    If you're talking about a two-dimensional projection of a three-dimensional reality, then in the three-dimensional reality there are several ways of keeping the two braces from actually touching each other in the middle. For example, the upper-left-to-lower-right brace could have a hole in its middle; and the lower-left-to-upper-right brace could slim down, in the vicinity of the hole in the ULTLR brace, to a cylinder whose diameter is smaller than the diameter of the hole.

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