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    I didn't read through all of this but it looked interesting and might be useful:

    http://www.src.wisc.edu/users/SRC_Te...03/SRC-203.pdf

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    Someone had posted this a while back, they are very usefull. But the downside is that it costs a lot to make them and unless you have a CNC, it takes a good bit of time to mill them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laser Ben View Post
    Someone had posted this a while back, they are very usefull. But the downside is that it costs a lot to make them and unless you have a CNC, it takes a good bit of time to mill them out.
    Yeah, I posted it. The guy who designed them retired, and its hard to get actual drawings from them. They give you a picture, rought sketches and and some dims, so it still takes a fair bit of engineering to make them work. Pluys some of the parts numbers he quotes are obsolete. nice deigns, but beware. The flexure stuff is correct, according to our master machinest at work.
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