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Vibration control on hand-held industrial power tools

@inproceedings{Skogsberg2006VibrationCO,
  title={Vibration control on hand-held industrial power tools},
  author={Lars Skogsberg},
  year={2006}
}
Work with hand-held power tools can be found in most industries all over the world. This type of work exposes the operators to different kind of loads like gripping-forces, feed-forces, exposure to vibration and noise, holding hot or cold surfaces and the exposure to dust. Designing a power tool with good ergonomics is a matter of finding the best compromise. As a simple example, increasing the mass is not acceptable because it will increase the forces needed to handle the tool. At the same… 
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