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how do you set up for a cone baffle?

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Old   July 29, 2014, 18:06
Default how do you set up for a cone baffle?
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In the model setup for cone baffle there seems poor defined parameters. one one hand you have the cone angle (bcone), then on the limiter you have upper and lower cone angle, i.e. bconeh, bconel. Where are there cone angle limiter at all? Is the cone apex always assumed at the origin, if bx, by & bz not specified? In the cone angle half cone angle or full angle? Is the apex at lower position than the top?
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