Originally Posted by corners
So is the problem that only data on the stiffness in the plane normal/perpendicular to the stringbed - as the RDC machine measures - is publicly available, and not stiffness in the plane of the stringbed?
Travlerajm corrected himself up-thread - it was the N6.1 (65 RDC), not the K6.1 (69 RDC), that he found relatively stiff in the plane of the stringbed compared to its stiffness in the plane perpendicular to the stringbed (65 RDC).
Yes, so even if the theory is correct, we still can't really use it much. Still have to demo to find out