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Old May 1st, 2017, 01:07 AM   #21
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Current day computer analyses is adequate to identify stress concentrations and modify the design to distribute the load better. This design looks like an Engineer spent some time determining where the plate can and can not be lightened.

When I do computer analysis and "lighten" parts, they usually end up with more flex and lower stress. I imagine this plate design is a similar scenario.

But only time will tell for sure.
Yeah. I was just eyeball guesstimating. There is not much space between the king pins for flex to develop, and I bet there is a good spine along the top from back to front.
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