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from Version 1.0 - 10/02/05 to Version 3.4 - 11/17/08
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|v3.4 - improved precision!
A Senior Dozen - 8.1MB mpg file
Four by Six - 17.5MB mpg file
Takes Six to Make a Welt - 8.5MB mpg file
Sixteen in the Middle - 7.7MB mpg file
|v3.3 - precision, at
white cane 1 - 3.9MB mpg file
white cane 2 - 4.7MB mpg file
black cane 1 - 3.2MB mpg file
black cane 2 - 3.3MB mpg file
|v3.2 Vertical Oscillations - 3.5MB mpg file|
Loaded Cane -
5 strokes - 3.5MB mpg file
The completely redesigned and very low weight cane holder yielded far higher velocities. Unfortunately, unwanted vertical oscillations remained and were considerably larger than at lower velocities. That is, any slight sideways component to the impact was magnified as the cane lifted off the surface. These oscillations did not damp out in time for the next stroke and affected both accuracy and repeatability.
The velocities achieved were much higher than in V2.0.
This was a very good spanking.
|v3.1 stroke count / enjoying .MPG|
6 mm / 1 mm oak
rod - 20.4MB mpg file
the pictorials at right are not arrows, they show the cross-section of each rod / bar
the surface to be struck is to the left of each pictorial
the apparent "sharp edge" of the lower pictorial is actually rounded to a 1mm radius
Fiberglass Rod 9 mm
side - 14.7MB mpg file
the machine has few vertical positions that are easily selectable in this version
these are approximately 1 inch apart and quite accurate except for my body motion
Rods - 6.8MB mpg file
a 1 inch diameter pine rod, a 5/8" diameter phenolic rod and a 3/4" (18 mm) fiberglass rod are used
the fiberglass rod has been milled so that it also has a 9 mm side as shown at right
this is a very heavy, deep impact rod, even after machining
only the 18 mm side is applied in this .MPG file
|04/23/06 spanking||v2.0 - a "universal cane holder" was made for
this session and thoroughly tried
it is very kind to all canes - it has no sharp edges in the holding clamp to fatigue or break the cane
however, the weight penalty for this design was very high and there was significant loss of velocity
some .MPG files of this caning will be posted as soon as I can find the time
a thorough redesign of the positioning system and the cane holders is now underway
rod - 6.3MB mpg file
This is 5/16" (8 mm) fiberglass rod. It is very, very sturdy. For me, it is an almost addictive feeling to have it land repeatably on the same spot. There is something about the steady build up of sting and "bite" that is very satisfying.
rod - 6.1MB mpg file
This was 5/8" poplar dowel rod selected for straight grain. I was starting to get a good idea of how to turn to even out the impact on both cheeks. Poplar is a light wood. The machine is very strong. Wood will crack.
3/4" dowel rod - first
try - 5.4MB mpg file
Moving impact point down slowly. Two strokes per change.