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Stylus Mass and Elliptical Points
Elliptical points give higher measured distortion than conventional styli. An argument is put forward that this is largely due to a greater preponderance of stylus mass distortion over tracing distortion. It is claimed this theory can explain the occurrence of -modulation noise- on elliptical styli.
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