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RRS/Arca Swiss Plate/bracket dimmensions

 
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Aug 20, 2009 18:40 |  #16

I can tell my point was missed. I looked at an L bracket from RRS, and on end it looked like this (but radiused)

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Aug 20, 2009 19:31 |  #17

Wilt wrote in post #8495672 (external link)
I can tell my point was missed. I looked at an L bracket from RRS, and on end it looked like this (but radiused)

BTW, the Boeing 777 (the first paperless airplane design) and a whole lot of car parts and ships and machine tools were designed using CAE/CAD/CAM systems that I and my colleagues developed, so I know what FEA is!

Point taken. I think I said most people, not all. I can tell you are an educated person.

I am aware of the shape of the L-brackets from RRS, but my design will work fine since the clamp only uses the lower portion of the bracket.

Thanks for all the tips. I think I found all the information I need myself, friends.


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