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Tips And Techniques -how To Determine Required Motor Torque: A Tutorial With Catia V5 And Msc.dynami - CATIA tutorial


The following is a tutorial illustrating how you can use CATIA V5 MSC.Dynamic Designer from MSC.Software to understand how much motor torque is necessary to drive an assembly through its range of motion. Tools necessary to complete this exercise are CATIA V5 R8 GA or SP2 and MSC.Dynamic Designer for CATIA V5.
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