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'Negative stiffness' used to damp vibrations

4/19/2007 03:00 PM EDT
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re: 'Negative stiffness' used to damp vibrations
Rockettsingh89   7/5/2011 3:24:38 PM
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So how do these compare to the traditional vibration isolators? These sound interesting, but I'm not sure if I'm ready to make such a major switch. Thanks! http://www.missionsupplyonline.com

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