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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello, I am new to this forum so not sure if this is the correct place for this post.

How do I calculate the combined tilt of three axes? Please.

Imagine a cube standing vertical on one corner, from the point where it touches the surface you have three angles x1, y1, z1. (Its initial position).

Now, roll the cube over a little so it is no longer vertical and we have another set of angles x2, y2, z2. So how do I sum these angles please to calculate the tilt?.

I have tried a few ideas but none seem to be correct.

Many thanks in advance IMK

How do I calculate the combined tilt of three axes? Please.

Imagine a cube standing vertical on one corner, from the point where it touches the surface you have three angles x1, y1, z1. (Its initial position).

Now, roll the cube over a little so it is no longer vertical and we have another set of angles x2, y2, z2. So how do I sum these angles please to calculate the tilt?.

I have tried a few ideas but none seem to be correct.

Many thanks in advance IMK