A center of mass of the face is selected for this part. I wish to know whether in this case center of mass of the part and center of face is the same point.
I haven't looked at some of the newer features that carefully, so maybe there is something I'm missing about this, but why the face center would be referred to as the center of mass seems odd. A face, by definition (as I understand it), has no thickness and therefore no mass. I would guess that what they designate as the center of the face would correspond to approximately the location of the true "center of mass" of a very thin (just thick enough to have a mass to measure) solid the shape of the face you selected.
No, that is not the CoM.
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Make sure the View > Hide/Show > Center of Mass option is selected.
2017 SOLIDWORKS Help - Creating Center of Mass Reference Points
But in the SWX help file under the “Point PropertyManager” topic it is saying that, this point is CoM.
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