STEERING WHEEL SHAKES AT HIGH SPEED - STEERING WHEEL SH
Steering wheel shakes at high speed - Accuride steel wheels - Just 4 wheels galloway nj.
Steering Wheel Shakes At High Speed
High Speed Photography - the poor man's 5 minute bullet switch
This is the heart of the high speed photography setup - the event trigger. The cardboard was a square piece, ripped off a shipping carton (Thanks, Digikey Corp!) with a 4" x 6" or so rectangle window cut out the middle. It's the standard 1 ply corrugated cardboard. On both sides are taped a sheet of aluminum foil, held on with blue painter's masking tape. I happened to just have a roll lying around in my shop.
Wires connect the foil pieces to pocket wizard - actually, I used the FlashZebra pocketWizard hot shoe adapter, but this time around, the pocket wizard itself is pled into the hot shoe. I didn't want to gimp a perfectly good adapter, so I just stripped off about 4" of insulation and wire wrapped the bare wire around each of the terminals on the phono plug, and masking taped it down. My perfectionist electrical engineering Dad would disown me if he saw the wiring.
The PW is actually a multi-max. It is set to delay-trigger. This part is key; we can dial in at 0.1ms (1/10,000th sec) interval the delay between when contact is made and when the flash fires - allowing the projectile time to reach its intented target.
I'm using the Irwin clamp here for two reasons; to hold the bullet switch up and most importantly to keep the electrical contact nicely seated. The bare wire just touches the foil underneath the clamp - nothing fancy. In my next version I'll actually add a spring battery clip, but for now, this works.
Firing through the two pieces of tin foil closes the electrical contact - then starts the millisecond delay (we used 6.5 ms, but this will depend on the gun's muzzle velocity and the distance to target). This number was arrived at with rough back of the head calculations followed by fine tuning of the numbers.
high speed balloons 4262
High Speed photography of water balloons exploding.
Strobist Info: 580exII attached via ettl cable with HS Sync at -2/3 power camera left. Large silver reflector camera right. Shutter speed of 1/2000 sec.
Check out the others in the set.
the wheels on the bus download
rota wheels website
mattel hot wheels track
car wheel fitment guide
z racing wheels
beach wagon wheels
what are wheel bearings
used 5th wheel values
hey mama rock me like a wagon wheel
what are forged wheels