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( Podcast Released 2019/11/25 )

Here are some images that show the development progress of the original Oysi Inline Skating Chassis

2016/02/28 Revision 2 70/60 Wheel Combo 288mm Wheelbase
2016/03/12 Revision 3 72/60 Wheel Combo 280mm Wheelbase
2016/04/09 Revision 4 72/60 Wheel Combo 284mm Wheelbase
2019/04/09 Revision 4 72/64 Wheel Combo 280mm Wheelbase
2016/04/10 Revision 6 72/60 Wheel Combo 280mm Wheelbase
2016/04/21 Revision 8 72/60 Wheel Combo 284mm Wheelbase
2016/08/09 Final Revision for 3D Printed Prototype 72/60 Wheel Combo 282mm Wheelbase
2016/07/15 Final Revision for 2nd 3D Printed Prototype 72/60 Wheel Combo 281mm Wheelbase
2018/05/08 Current Production Version After some tooling Modfications 72/60 Wheel Combo 281mm Wheelbase

Here is what our jig fixtures look like. We use four assemblies like this for a total of sixteen fixtures. As each part comes out of the injection tooling, they are placed into the jig fixture and clamped in place. This ensures that, as the parts cool, they do not warp. The bar in the middle sets the specific rocker. The inserts that go between the sidewalls maintain the distance between the two inner surfaces of the sidewalls.

A jig fixture assembly was also designed to ensure we maintain the correct rocker for the Chassis. This fixture can be used for both the Oysi Inline Skating Chassis and the Medium Chassis