I don't think padding is necessary or even desired. You want the scale to sit flat & ideally, never move, keep out of any drafts. On the wall should eliminate most bench vibrations or at least really limit them.Fred..
I really like the dedicated shelf idea. I have some padding from my wife's attempt at working out that I've been using to put under my concentricity/squaring gauges and my spine gauges I built for my arrow building bench. Would this padding help with vibration? What about static, frequencies?
I want to set it up right the first time. Thanks!!!
That is more likely air currents, not vibration, unless your bench is on an elevated wood floor??The gempro comes with a mousepad that does absorb some vibrations. I should do the same for my A&D FX120 as it changes readings if I am walking around or using the press
Lol, it is a great scale and GTJon actually suggested it to me when I was in the market. The only complaint is its too accurate and OCD habits get in the way.Carl
If your friend GT is going to be in the dog house the gempro would be great to have seeing how its so compact. Lol