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Subject: Re: Ruby on carbide...a surprise result
From: ChrisAtUpw@.......
Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2008 23:21:04 EDT


In a message dated 2008/06/26, paleoartifact@......... writes:

> What what little its worth, I also put up another web test page, where 
> magnetics is used with carbide crossed rods to somewhat "assist" the pivot rod in 
> its rotational zero position line aspect.  See:  
> http://seismometer.googlepages.com/mcrp

Hi Meredith,

       Try rotating the rods by 90 degrees so that one lies along the N pole 
and the other along the S pole. The cross bar will be attracted to them quite 
strongly. You could probably then use much smaller magnets?

       Regards,

       Chris   
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ssage dated 2008/06/26, paleoartifact@......... writes:

What what little its worth, I a= lso put up another web test page, where magnetics is used with carbide cross= ed rods to somewhat "assist" the pivot rod in its rotational zero position l= ine aspect.  See:  http://seismometer.googlepages.com/mcrp


Hi Meredith,

       Try rotating the rods by 90 degrees so=20= that one lies along the N pole and the other along the S pole. The cross bar= will be attracted to them quite strongly. You could probably then use much=20= smaller magnets?

       Regards,

       Chris

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