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Automatic center of gravity for Inventor assemblies.

A - answer You can use the View > Center of Gravity function to display an automatically updated center of gravity point in Inventor assemblies and parts (yellow sphere with XYZ axes and coordinates).

To transfer the COG point from an assembly (IAM) to your drawing views (with dynamic updates, dimensions, etc.) you can use the COG utility, free for download on www.cadstudio.cz/download. COG creates a dynamic workpoint feature "Center Of Mass" in the center of gravity.

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2.10.2007    16662×  
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applies to: Inventor 2008 ·

See also:
Tip 11320:How to find volume, mass or surface area of a component in Fusion 360?
Tip 8718:How to show COG of subassemblies in an Inventor drawing?
Tip 8286:How to display COG in Inventor drawing views?
Tip 6820:How to draw a center of gravity point?
Tip 1183:How to get the center gravity of an area?


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