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# Suction is often used in manufacturing processes to liftobjects to be moved to a new

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Problem 2.72

Suction is often used in manufacturing processes to liftobjects to be moved to a new location. A 4-ft by 8-ft sheet of 12-in.plywood weighs approximately 36 lb. If the machines end effectorhas a diameter of 5 in., determine the suction pressure required tolift the sheet, expressed in inches of H2O suction.

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