Using 3D connexion in Solidworks the model flies off screen
Hi I'm using a 3D connexion Space explorer to control the solid model in Solidworks. Sometimes when i touch the cap of the Space explorer the model flies off the screen. i haven't adjusted the sensitivity or anything like that it just seems that one of the axes is a bit faulty. Its a newish controller i had it from new. It just seems bit jumpy. Just wondering has anyone had any issues like this?
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O HP SpacePilot 3D é uma versão OEM do SpacePilot da 3D Connexion - voce pode baixar os drivers da página http://www.3dconnexion.com/service/drivers.html selecionando a opção PRODUCTS > OLD PRODUCTS > SPACEPILOT . Marque também a opção "Also show archived* software" para ver drivers e plug-ins de softwares especificos, como AutoCAD, Maya, Blender, MicroStation, etc. Boa sorte!
HP SpacePilot 3D is an OEM version of 3D Connexion's SpacePilot controller - you can download its drivers from the following link: http://www.3dconnexion.com/service/drivers.html . Select PRODUCTS > OLD PRODUCTS > SPACEPILOT . You should also mark the "Also show archived* software" option to look for specific plug-ins and drivers for some programs like AutoCAD, Maya, Blender, MicroStation, etc. Good luck!
You don't mention the program so I can't tell you specifics but generally 2d such as autocad want a Heidi driver or a newer direct-x. 3D cad such as solidworks can be very picky what video cards they will work with. Generally direct x or open-gl must be supported along with minimum ram and certain chipsets being required.
Try installing some other file explorer such as Resco File Explorer and then try to delete the files. In case you get the error message again, tap and hold the file in Resco Explorer and click on Properties and remote the checkboxes for Hidden, System, Archive. Tap Ok and then try to delete.
I also have this problem. I have tried reinstalling the 3dConnexion drivers (sometimes works) and unplugging/replugging the SpacePilot Pro (sometimes works), and rebooting the computer (hasn\'t worked). Alternatively, the thing doesn\'t work at all--the LCD display is fine, but it won\'t even run the "Trainer" application that came with the latest drivers. That\'s where I happen to be right now. BTW, then things spin in SolidWorks, they also spin in the Trainer application, making me think it\'s more a problem with the SpacePilot Pro, or the installed 3dConnexion drivers for it.
You can try using the windows driver for a generic 3 button or wheel mouse. That may require that you go to control panel system hardware and then find your mouse then select update driver and pick one of the generic or microsoft drivers that have the same functions. The problem may show up when you reboot and windows tries to reload the original driver.