I have two switches that have different throw angles the switches have shafts coming out of them which are connected the the cams that can be seen in the attached pic. One needs to rotate 95 degrees to throw and the other 83 degrees to throw, the motion of the left shaft will be limited to 95 degrees via a pin in the cam and is drived via an external handle however the right shaft will not have this pin and will be driven via a link as seen in the photo, the distance between the two cams is 255mm.
I need help calculating the length of the two small arms that will connect the shaft to the link.
I have looked at both using gear ratios using the angles to estimate the length of links 1 and 3 as well as completing analysis for a 4 bar double rocker mechanism however got stuck with the calcs as it has been a while since I studied this and can only find examples where all link lengths are known and angles are to be calc'd (happy to supply my calcs).
I have attached a basic diagram of the system, any advice would be great, thanks!