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Old 03-28-2013, 02:22 PM
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Carnavas Carnavas is offline
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It should always rotate around it's center of mass, and in a normal circular disc, the center of mass will be the center of the disc. Right? So as soon as it is no longer part of the system that is your arm, the axis will always be the center, unless there is mud or you cut a huge chunk out.

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