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Homemade Shock Dyno


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Homemade dynamometer designed for shock absorber testing. Constructed from a unistrut frame, an inexpensive load cell, and measurement circuitry incorporating two ICs. Requires Labview and MATLAB for data processing.
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Sep 01, 2013 5:24 PM
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As homemade tools go, this is pretty advanced. Compare what this cost though to the commercial rigs out there and this is pretty cheap and effective.
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DIYer says:
Sep 01, 2013 5:24 PM
As homemade tools go, this is pretty advanced. Compare what this cost though to the commercial rigs out there and this is pretty cheap and effective.

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