Gearz' Galactica Build...

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by doc_harvey, Nov 5, 2006.

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    Looks like I'm going to have to re-do the engine module.....:(
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    decided to stick with it...

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    Ooo Noooo... ( sobs into hands) Please tell me its not a design problem...
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    design

    I don't think it's totally a design problem. If the inside of the engine module had bulkheads against the port and starboard walls, then there would be something to push against when mounting the shoulders. Another possibility would be to make the lower shoulder out of two parts vs. one. (in other words, the first part would be the long box shape that is actually mounted against the engine module, and the second part would attach to the lower side of the block...if that makes any sense at all....
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    here she is...(mostly)

    Whatcha think? I haven't finished working on the duct work yet, but so far it hasn't been as bad as I thought it would be.:)

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    Loooks goooood.... :twisted:
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    top, center duct work

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    top center duct applied...

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