Predator Arm Safety Test

From Mark Pauline: “Testing the predator arm at higher pressures. Shown here running at 350 PSI. Smacks the enclosure pretty good. I’m thinking 900 psi for max pressure.” And “Here’s a shot from the other side at 240 frame per second slow motion. Same chamber pressure of 350 psi. You can see the forearm compressing to absorb some of the shock as well as the movement of the spring loaded Lexan sheet.”

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Here’s a shot from the other side at 240 frame per second slow motion. Same chamber pressure of 350 psi. You can see the forearm compressing to absorb some of the shock as well as the movement of the spring loaded Lexan sheet.