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Cylinder weights

I'm doing some mental math in my head, and debating what my team could do with the three pounds we have left. Does anyone know weights of cylinders? Most specifically, I'm looking for a 2" stroke 3/4" bore. Also interested in the weight of a 2" stroke 1 1/2" bore.
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Re: Cylinder weights

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Re: Cylinder weights

go to the bimba site (I think www.bimba.com) - you can download the catalog - or specific parts.

One hint, though, they give a base weight, and then an increment per inch of stroke. You have to do some calculating.
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Re: Cylinder weights

I found some 3" stroke pneumatics which will work, they weight about .36 lbs each. The pneumatics manual does have a nice list of approximate weights. Thanks.
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