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Glazier, Paul
02-22-2004, 06:36 AM
Dear Subscribers,

We are currently renovating our motion analysis workshop and we are looking
to include position-adjustable mountings for our two Kistler (9287BA and
9281CA) force plates. Currently, the only option available to us appears to
be a steel plate supplied by Kistler with many holes drilled into it, thus
enabling multiple longitudinal and transverse force plate positioning. Do
any subscribers know of any other ways of making the force plate
freely-positionable? I am thinking along the lines of a sliding rail,
similar to those used in industrial workshops to stabilise machinery (e.g.,
lathes, milling machines, etc.).

I would appreciate any assistance you could provide.

Kind Regards,

Paul Glazier

Senior Sports Science Technician (Biomechanics)
Biomechanics Laboratory
National Indoor Athletics Centre
Cyncoed Campus
Cyncoed Road
Cardiff
CF23 6XD
Wales, UK

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