2022-10-10 (M) PoweredInlineSkates Right foot interface

The interface between the boot and the plates is crucial because it also holds the frame's shape. I chose angled aluminum stock for its rigidity and low weight. I cut three bars to the width of the wheel's base as these will span from plate to plate.
Angled aluminum stock

When I assembled the bars to some 2020 extruded aluminum rails, I saw that they refused to take any shape other than a rhombus. Even if I held them firmly, the torsion would destroy my geometry as soon as I tightened one bolt. I ordered some aluminum plates to make a rectangle.
Oh no, a rhombus

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