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Post  batjac on Tue Jun 13, 2017 11:48 pm

roddie wrote:Thanks for the reply Mark. I liked Ron's thought on connecting lines somehow.. to the box and mounting the box rigidly. Maybe as simple as a disc (with hub) with line-connections 180 degrees apart to actuate a servo-driver. It would transfer the disc's radial-motion into linear-motion. It might feel more realistic.. even with very short (2-3ft.) lines.  

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Re: Genius.... Now with Video!

Post  roddie on Wed Jun 14, 2017 7:23 pm

batjac wrote:
roddie wrote:Thanks for the reply Mark. I liked Ron's thought on connecting lines somehow.. to the box and mounting the box rigidly. Maybe as simple as a disc (with hub) with line-connections 180 degrees apart to actuate a servo-driver. It would transfer the disc's radial-motion into linear-motion. It might feel more realistic.. even with very short (2-3ft.) lines.  

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