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    At around 20-28 seconds, the video mentions tool’s center of gravity. This does not have anything to do with changing the GravityDirection of a release action. Center of gravity, in this case, is referring to tool’s center of gravity when picking objects. You could use a Define Tool Statement to reflect this parameter, and then use it for post-processing. However, for simulation purposes not physics, center of gravity is not used for picking and placing objects.

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