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high pin layout on asymmmetrical balls
« on: June 28, 2024, 11:57:03 PM »
From what I have read, the axis will migrate on a line that has a similar RG as the initial PAP, and can't go to a higher RG.  That being said, will moving the pin say 4 inches above the fingers on an asymmetrical ball change the axis migration and ball rotation/roll differently than a pin in a similar location on a symmetrical ball? Is an axis migration path that goes down, across, or up better than one of the others?
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