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    So, nobody knows? I think this is too much. For...

    So, nobody knows?
    I think this is too much. For example, if we have, for example a W=payload waight= 4000 N; Wf=frame weight=4000 N; L=length of the scissor arm=1,8 m; Theta=angle between the...
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    And for vertical cylinders: F = 2*( W + wf/2)...

    And for vertical cylinders:
    F = 2*( W + wf/2)
    am I right?
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    Scissor lift strength

    I want to specify one point.
    When I calculate Force Required for Equilibrium at Load Rx, and it's value is 70000 N. And as shown here http://www.engineersedge.com/mechanics_machines/scissor-lift.htm...
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    jboggs thank you for answering! I have already...

    jboggs thank you for answering!

    I have already done this. If we use telescopic vertical cylinders, "retracted overall length" the same as in traditional scissor lift. But these cylinders are known...
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    1. The fact that as the lift mechanism is...

    1. The fact that as the lift mechanism is initially elevated from its lowermost position, the hydraulic cylinder unit of the prior art hydraulic mechanism is positioned almost horizontal, and it must...
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    Scissor lift with vertical cylinders

    Hi to everybody!
    I need to design small-sized lifting mechanism, for my course project. Then I fount this US patent...
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