Friday, July 29, 2011

Using Reference Points Nº 1

Please excuse the rash of posts as I catch up here.

To use a reference point, I place one point of my calipers on the reference point and the other point where I want to check.

Recently, I changed the size of the balls in the joints, from a 2.00 inch diameter wooden ball to a 2.25 inch diameter cue ball. It required that I cut a lot of the lower away in order to get the new cue ball to fit.

I still need to do one of two things, according to my measurement, using the reference point. Either I need to add some wax to the right side of the torso ,or take some away from the left side of the torso.

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