SW Motion Analysis exports only result plots, not the model, in csv format.
I does export the model as ADAMS input files. These are plain text, and you can figure out whether they are complete and the key values correct.
The Rockwell product may well be an interface to ADAMS, as I think is SW Motion Analysis.
Your question is very confusing to me. You should skip the details and explain the fundamentals of what you are trying to do.
Sorry if it was a bit confusing I never know how much information to include. The main problem is with the csv file, Motion Analyzer software uses the results plot.
When he comes to import the csv files into Motion Analyzer he gets the error message deatiled below "could not find C\:" etc He has tried remaining the file when he saves it but is not allowed to do so. He seems to think the file extension should not contain the 2 numbers which are the file names.
As I understand it, you have modelled a mechanism and plotted a parameter which was evaluated by a motion analysis.
That parameter will be used to design a servo controller to drive your mechanism.
The name of the csv plot file is no more significant than your name or your dog's name. If the guy at the other end does not know how to rename a file then this is definitely a case of the blind leading the blind. You should rename the file to rover.csv, or whatever your dog's name is, and send it to him. His software might be an old DOS application, so limit your file name to 8 alphabetics.csv. So Rover.csv and Spot.csv will be OK; but Bartholomew.csv won't.
I think this will solve your problem.