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Pro/mechanica Analysis - Inverted Slider -building The Motion Model - Pro/ENGINEER tutorial


In this tutorial, you will create a motion model of the Inverted Slider Mechanism. You will learn how to animate the motion and graph the position, velocity, and other characteristics of the motion.
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