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In Reply to: RE: I like that one. I'll have to watch for one. nt posted by 3+4=5 on March 16, 2017 at 13:11:54
I'm sure I've seen scales like that in a head shop 25 years ago.
On the original topic I too get a reading with a hovering stylus above the plate, I also get different readings depending on stylus height due to the arm geometry. There is also some variation depending where on the plate the stylus lands but there is a least a dot to aim at. Amongst all this I don't expect an accurate reading but if I hit close to the same spot each time and I don't adjust the arm pillar height I can get a fairly precise one which serves as a reference while adjusting VTF. My ears can tell me if it needs more or less, though not always straight away.
I think making it slightly larger could have the accuracy doubled.
With a slightly tighter pointer.
Hey! all you entrepreneurs. Start making this device.
The patent has to be expired (if it was ever granted. (pat. PENDING..).. And if it is not.. who is gonna know!
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