TheChiScientist wrote:Best way to attack the problem is to have done the calculations for the angle at which the tension cord should be at but also you can use an outline of what your boom should look like to get accurate positioning.
sciencecat42 wrote:TheChiScientist wrote:Best way to attack the problem is to have done the calculations for the angle at which the tension cord should be at but also you can use an outline of what your boom should look like to get accurate positioning.
So the end of the Jhook is about 4.5cm away from the wall but do you need to account for the width of your base?
TheChiScientist wrote:sciencecat42 wrote:TheChiScientist wrote:Best way to attack the problem is to have done the calculations for the angle at which the tension cord should be at but also you can use an outline of what your boom should look like to get accurate positioning.
So the end of the Jhook is about 4.5cm away from the wall but do you need to account for the width of your base?
Not necessarily. It all depends on the design of your boom as you can accommodate bases with a width greater than 2.5cm to a degree.
sciencecat42 wrote:TheChiScientist wrote:Best way to attack the problem is to have done the calculations for the angle at which the tension cord should be at but also you can use an outline of what your boom should look like to get accurate positioning.
So the end of the Jhook is about 4.5cm away from the wall but do you need to account for the width of your base?
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