Nevermind guys, Don't answer ! ...this is just a 'part' of my design that is becoming impossible to illustrate and explain
Have a look at this example:
The two blue ones are servos. [the lower servo holds the lower brown Bar of length R, and the upper servo holds the upper Bar] ...and they have to lift the Mass M vertically.
Question is: Whether the torque of both the servos would 'help' each other lifting the mass? - OR - would each servo have to do same* amount of 'work' in order to lift the Mass, *that it would do even if the other servo was not present (a torque of T=FR)?
The reason I asked because, assuming both bars are ~horizontal, both servos seem to apply a torque of T = (Mg)R.Cos0 in order to lift the mass M, whereas at a good 45º angle, both servos seem to divide the 'required torque' among themselves ( T = ½MgR.Cos45 )?
Please clarify. Thanks !