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    Re: Two mirror a.h.
    From: Randall Morrow
    Date: 2011 Oct 27, 07:16 -0700

      Yes, I did reverse the digital level end for end and 'split the difference', turning back only 1/8 of a screw turn to correct.  I did the same for both axes.  A 1/4 turn is normally needed for the device to step from 0.1 to 0.0 or back.   Thanks for the advice, it seems to work.

      Thanks to all who looked at the plotting.   I realize now I do not know how to do this properly and am encouraged that the observations were not as far off as I thought.   Is there an article in the Nav-list archives I can refer to, to learn better plotting and to draw my own plotting sheets?  
    Randy

    Randall F Morrow PT
    Ergonomics Safety Consultant
    Chronic Pain Program
    Kaiser Permanente - Kern County - Bakersfield

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    Did you end up using the "end for end" method to improve the accuracy of your evel?

    gl

    --- On Wed, 10/26/11, Randall.F.Morrow@kp.org <Randall.F.Morrow@kp.org> wrote:


    From: Randall.F.Morrow@kp.org <Randall.F.Morrow@kp.org>
    Subject: [NavList] Re: Two mirror a.h.
    To: NavList@fer3.com
    Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2011, 2:52 PM


    Actually what looks like a disc rotor is just a circular piece of scrap aluminum that a friend of mine spun down flat on his lathe.  


    Randall F Morrow PT
    Ergonomics Safety Consultant
    Chronic Pain Program
    Kaiser Permanente - Kern County - Bakersfield

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