Now, I used .setPosition((x,y,z)) and then call the setFixed function.
That works, but I don't know what influence will occur on my system, I means another bugs.

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Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2011 12:28:12 -0500
From: glasse@cs.rpi.edu
To: moslenter@hotmail.com
CC: pyode-user@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Pyode-user] How can I translate the FixedJoint Position?

On 12/25/2010 02:27 AM, Moster Manokhatipaisarn wrote:
My code as follow:

join = ode.FixedJoint(self.visualWorld.odeworld)
join.attach(self.vObjList[0].body, obj.body)

However, I want to translate the fixedjoint position.
I try to translate but the result is not make sense.

It would be better if I can detach this joint, translate it and attach again.
But I don't know how to detach this joint

I'm not sure I understand your question. You want to have two objects fixed together, but periodically change their positions?

ODE does not provide a function to detach joints. Since FixedJoints don't have any state, you could probably destroy the joint, move the bodies, and create another one. However, be aware that the manual says:

"Using this joint is almost never a good idea in practice, except when debugging. If you need two bodies to be glued together it is better to represent that as a single body."

Hope this helps.

Ethan