This process incorporates a free floating action that allows the limbs to bend in a natural way instead of binding them to a defined center such as a jack that is bolted to the center of the unit. The press works the same no matter where the bow is positioned in relation to the center of the unit. That allows you the option of moving only one riser retaining (or limb pocket) pin if you wish and keep the same geometry and function. With other presses you must move both ends and center the bow in the press for it to function properly.
I hope that I clearly explained it. If not feel free to ask away.
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