Besides actually doing the design work and seeing how it functions in reality,  another great way to learn is to take a close look at what other designers have done,  to listen to their horror stories,  to hear why they do things a certain way.

So, it is my hope that you will learn a bit from watching the video and the slide show.  And if it spurs a memory or an idea, feel free to share it so that we can all learn together.

The video shows using a shoulder screw as a pivot point.  This is a common use of a shoulder screw.

And this little slide show demonstrates more of how we use RAPid plates and shims in weld and assembly fixture designs.

'til next time,
The Queen

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