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Primož Resman


3D modeler, Designer, Product designer, Maker
Mechanical engineer, mountainbiker, smartass.

Primoz commented on LazyBone: Stem Cap Mount for Garmin Edge by ogeecrew
October 15, 2016
LazyBone: Stem Cap Mount for Garmin Edge
Primoz @ogeecrew the nylon deforming must have been a hell of a relevation... Never heard of stress relaxation and creep in polymer materials? Newsflash, this mount, if mounted between the top-cap and stem/spacers, will deform just like the complete top cap design, loosening the steerer bearings (unless the stem is overtightened).


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