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Creating Frames Using Rigid Transforms

This example shows the correspondence of coordinate frames to connection lines and frame ports. It highlights the Rigid Transform block as the fundamental method to rigidly relate nonidentical frames. The network reference frame is the world frame, located at the center of the bottom face of the cube. The other frames are the frames at the eight vertices of the cube, one at the center of the top face, and two on the upper curved section.