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Here is my Maslow Set up. sadly Maslow needs a large space than I had first thought, so my frame is currently:
motorSep : 109.2
motor Ht : 17.13
sled weight: 26.75
angle: 65 degrees (to give me a little extra MotorHt)
This gives the following readings from the spreadsheet:
min force = 3.02
max force = 44.68
min angle = 9.48
max angle = 84.21
I have space to have a wider beam, and maybe I can remove the insulation and have the lefthand motor inset into the roof cavity to get an extra 1.5 inches of MotorHt… but that’s about all I can do to get more ideal frame dimensions.
When doing the calibration set up I ensure the 12o’clock as best I could be eye. Everything else I was careful to be as accurate as possible.
When drawing a 1000mm square, it is 1005mm height, and 995mm wide at the top and 990 wide at the bottom.
Question (sorry it was a long time coming!)
What can I do to rectify the errors?
- tweaks to my setup? (different angles etc…)
- larger/better frame?
- better/more careful calibration?
- something I’m missing?
- or is this on average what people end up with?