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projdmclinko - Assembly Ryan McLinko Carolyn OBrien March...

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Assembly Ryan McLinko Carolyn O’Brien March 1, 2007
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The assembly of the climber was based off of the previous recursion. The plates should be swappable with the previous model, since the interfaces were maintained for a faster learning curve. Belay Side Bar The belay side bar is made up of ½’’ polycarbonate. The piece is water jetted out of the sheet of polycarb. After the polycarb is sanded down to make the edges even to the thousandths, the screw holes will be bored using the mill. After zeroing the mill, centers are used to start all the holes for the belay side bar. The mill is used to accurately bore the ¼’’ holes into the four corners. The two center belay holes use a 7/16’’ inch drill bit to create the proper width. After the holes are drilled, the corners are counterbored. The belay hook is added to the center two holes, with nuts to make sure that it is set securely. ¼’’ hex screws are used to mount the corners into the top slots on the side plates. A total of two belay side bars are created. Side Bar
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course AERO 16.810 taught by Professor Olivierdeweck during the Winter '07 term at MIT.

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