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Rotary Viscous Damper: Marine Application

We have made a few designs for use in marine applications. The materials we use are impervious to saltwater and debris. The damping grease used is sealed internally and won’t lose functionality with immersion in water or in splashing situations. … Continue reading

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More 3D Printing Friction Hinges and Rotary Viscous Dampers

I have been exploring more avenues in 3D printing. ¬†Currently I have built a Prusa i3 3D printer to fabricate dampers and friction hinges. I choose this type of printer because it allows more parts to be built per square … Continue reading

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