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    Lot of unnecessary machining in that thread...

    Lot of unnecessary machining in that thread length on the port block.
  2. I don't even understand how you can sign up for a...

    I don't even understand how you can sign up for a strength/mechanics of materials class and not have had a physics class..
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    If it doesn't have to be pretty, I'd use a...

    If it doesn't have to be pretty, I'd use a pulley. Place the motor on a table,mount,or whatever with a cable that runs horizontal and through the pulley. Run the cable down through some weights and...
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    Taking out the variables and breaking it down to...

    Taking out the variables and breaking it down to simple trig/physiocs, you'd start at the top and divide your distributed load through each beam. So when you say "If i was too place lets say 10kn...
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    Another possible solution is to buy torque bolts....

    Another possible solution is to buy torque bolts. they have a black/red indicator on them that changes when the torque is reached. This is, of course, if you want to spend a lot of money on a simple...
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    Not sure what the application is, but that is...

    Not sure what the application is, but that is also how I read it. Why not use some type of foam pad over a backet attached to springs? I assume by bend/flex you mean to compress?
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    I wouldn't take my word for it. I'm a nightime...

    I wouldn't take my word for it. I'm a nightime janitor at a college who enjoys solving math problems left on the chalkboard.
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    What is the material you are using? I made some...

    What is the material you are using? I made some simple calculations using ASTM A36 and calculated using the formula (wL^3)/(48EI). this formula calculates deflection of a beam with a center load and...
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