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question to effect 27

Discussion in 'Force-Profiler Simulator Control' started by seppel, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. seppel

    seppel Member

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    hi all,

    is it possibel to cut off the extreme shiftshaking in effect 27 without loosing the main force effect on 27?
    can someone give me a tip were can wath here in the forum, or is it gernerally not possible?

    best regards
    seppel
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  3. RaceRay

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    Hi Seppel,

    we do not support the Force Profiler any longer. What kind of interface you use? Maybe you are interested in trying out the new SimTools Software?