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Topic: Why the properties (mass, center of mass,etc.) of the simMechanics Model differ from the solidwork model
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kha quach

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Why the properties (mass, center of mass,etc.) of the simMechanics Model differ from the solidwork model
Posted: Jun 9, 2011 11:34 AM
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Hello,
I have a problem when I create a model of a robot in SimMechanics based on the Solidwork model,The properties such as the mass of the different bodies, the coordinates of the center of mass, etc. changes in the SimMechanics model.

What should I do in order to have the same properties, so that the model represents the real robot
P.S: I tried to rechange these properties in the simMechanics model, and i found out that the different centers of mass for example is no longer in a reasonable place.

I really need your opinion about this in order to have a good representation of the real robot.

Thank you for your answer
Regards



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