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    bjfroese, F=MA M=mass of the plate...

    bjfroese,

    F=MA
    M=mass of the plate
    A=Acceleration

    What is the block made of, does it have a spring behind it to cushion the shock?
    How fast is the plate traveling?
    I have not checked this...
  2. mri44, Try this site, I have found it usefull....

    mri44,
    Try this site, I have found it usefull. www.matweb.com

    regards and good luck
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    Ron, Just another 2 cents... I had a similar...

    Ron,
    Just another 2 cents... I had a similar problem once. Most pancake fans come with a safety grille rather close to the impeller which is responsible for generating the vast majority of the noise...
  4. Hi Dean, Abrasive blasting/machining uses lots...

    Hi Dean,

    Abrasive blasting/machining uses lots of different media, baking soda as mentioned, dry ice, glass beads (beware of free silica), alumium oxide, steel shot, etc. etc. I have something...
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    Hi CCR, I was looking into something similar...

    Hi CCR,

    I was looking into something similar the other day and found this in McMaster CAr under CordGrips, just thought it may help.

    Regards, Jim
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    Thanks for your comments, we have been working on...

    Thanks for your comments, we have been working on this for a long time. We have obviously done physical testing and it's hard to argue with success, but I want to have the documentation correct to go...
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    Thanks for your input. Please post the formula or...

    Thanks for your input. Please post the formula or link to the program/software. I would really like to give it a try. Did you have a look at our web site video?

    Regards, Jim
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    Thanks J, I think you are right, according to my...

    Thanks J, I think you are right, according to my free body diagram I get the same thing. Anyone else agree?
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    Sorry I know its vague. The system is actually...

    Sorry I know its vague. The system is actually used to print cylindrical containers at high speed (around 2000 per minute). The cylinder is being used to drive a roller under a 5 degree wedge (cam)...
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    Thanks PinkertonD, I must have pushed the wrong...

    Thanks PinkertonD, I must have pushed the wrong button, I got what you got! I am in denial about needing glasses, this pushed me along. I am having doubts about the formula I used now, would you be...
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    Thanks for the reply, The rest of the system is...

    Thanks for the reply, The rest of the system is not shown due to file size. The rollers inside the cam groove are attached to an air cylinder (2"bore) and the cam is attached to a 4 post die set, the...
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    simple machine

    Hi Everyone,

    I am new to the forum, so please bear with me as I adjust.
    I have attached ( I think) a PDF image of something I have been working on and would really appreciate some input...
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