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    Default Re: 3D Probe - Tri-balls type accuracy & DIY

    All good stuff. I am learning from your build. Thanks.



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    Default Re: 3D Probe - Tri-balls type accuracy & DIY

    Quote Originally Posted by maxspongebob View Post
    All good stuff. I am learning from your build. Thanks.
    Pleasure. I'm impressed you can read and understand my frenchglish.
    I'll see if I can get future data on that probe slightly less compressed resolution-wise next time, or do my best to explain why it is not at least (my bad).



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    Default Re: 3D Probe - Tri-balls type accuracy & DIY

    Why not a 'perfect' trilobe? Two main reasons:
    1) approximations and finite steps in the theoretical analysis (you are not looking for an absolutely perfect solution)
    2) micron-level differences in sizes and positions in the mechanical world (plus surface irregularities)

    "The difference between theory and practice is greater in practice than in theory."
    anon

    Cheers
    Roger



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