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  • Servohydraulic vibration isolation

    Hello,
    We are running our servohydraulic system in cyclic mode
    (fatigue testing at about 15 Hz) and are having vibration problems
    (i.e. the people downstairs are complaining their coffee cups are
    shaking, etc...). The manufacturer of the servohydraulic system has
    been unresponsive to our inquires. We have found a few possibilities
    on the web, but before we purchase something I wanted to ask if
    anyone else has had similar problem and if so how did they solve it?

    Thanks
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