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Submitted:Albuquerque Halsey
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Far out! So, once they get the calibrated force transducer how do they use that to measure something like rocket thrust???
by having the rocket exert a force on the transducer.....

then math the shit out of the result.

Very cool. Did they say what the weights are made from? I know tarnish can be issue on tiny calibration weights.
Oscar Wildcat
Prolly just a steel of some kind, from the looks of them. I'm sure platinum would be preferable, but at 16,000 USD per pound, the whole stack would set them back a cool 16 billion.

The guy's enthusiasm for this is infectious.
What a heavy lourde.
Not as heavy as your momma
blue vein steel
very interesting and Rick may be one of the most stereotypical engineers i have aver seen
Hopefully the building doesn't blow a hernia.
Easier to use than the giant calibration chains I had to physically place onto fertiliser weighbelts.
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