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At times it is suggested to drill finger holes deeper to maintain static weight limitations when using certain balance holes.  A study was conducted to determine the effects on mass properties when drilling finger holes 2" deep compared to 3.5" deep.  I used CAD software to model a double thumb drilling and study the effects of drilling finger holes deeper.  The ball used in the study was a MoRich Frenzy at 15 pounds.  The dual angle layout used is 65x4"x30 based on a PAP measurement of 5" over by 3/8" up.
 
At times it is suggested to drill finger holes deeper to maintain static weight limitations when using certain balance holes.  A study was conducted to determine the effects on mass properties when drilling finger holes 2" deep compared to 3.5" deep.  I used CAD software to model a double thumb drilling and study the effects of drilling finger holes deeper.  The ball used in the study was a MoRich Frenzy at 15 pounds.  The dual angle layout used is 65x4"x30 based on a PAP measurement of 5" over by 3/8" up.
  
[[:Image:Frenzy_Dbl_Thm_Analysis.pdf‎ |Frenzy Finger Hole Depth Study]]
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[[File:Frenzy_65x4x30_DT_Finger_Depth_Study.jpg‎]]
 
 
 
 
RG-2.533" Total Differential-0.047" Intermediate Differential-0.019"
 
 
 
65 x 4" x 30 fingers 2" deep and weight hole in double thumb position 1 1/4" x 3" deep
 
 
 
RG-2.535" Total Differential-0.061" Intermediate Differential- 0.032"
 
 
 
65 x 4" x 30 fingers 3.5" deep and weight hold in double thumb position 3/4" x 3" deep
 
 
 
RG-2.549" Total Differential-0.057" Intermediate Differential-0.031"
 
 
 
2" deep fingers Low RG 2.533 Total Diff .047 Int Diff .019
 
3.5" deep fingers Low RG 2.547 Total Diff .043 Int Diff .019
 

Revision as of 20:59, 29 October 2010

At times it is suggested to drill finger holes deeper to maintain static weight limitations when using certain balance holes. A study was conducted to determine the effects on mass properties when drilling finger holes 2" deep compared to 3.5" deep. I used CAD software to model a double thumb drilling and study the effects of drilling finger holes deeper. The ball used in the study was a MoRich Frenzy at 15 pounds. The dual angle layout used is 65x4"x30 based on a PAP measurement of 5" over by 3/8" up.

Frenzy 65x4x30 DT Finger Depth Study.jpg