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  1. #1
    Jonathan Richardson
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    Load calculation - Engineering background?

    Hi

    We are considering putting wheels/casters on the simulator base. The max
    weight of the simulator (inc base) is 1500kg. If there is anyone with a
    engineering background who could tell me the load on each of four casters I'd be
    very greatful as it will help to determine which casters we can buy. Thank
    you

    Regards
    Jonathan Richardson


  2. #2
    Norman Blackburn
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    Re: Load calculation - Engineering background?

    On Wed, 02 Feb 2005 09:30:13 EST, Jonathan
    Richardson wrote:

    >Hi
    >
    >We are considering putting wheels/casters on the simulator base. The max
    >weight of the simulator (inc base) is 1500kg. If there is anyone with a
    >engineering background who could tell me the load on each of four casters

    I'd be
    >very greatful as it will help to determine which casters we can buy. Thank


    >you


    Funnily enough, the same info is required here!

    Norman
    www.knightair.com


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