This is realy sucking me in. I'm now actively researching using silican moulds, and eploxy casting many of the smaller parts and anything that requires electrical insulation, and my past experience with alloy castiing is leading me to cast the base and rocker in alloy. (when I can find the time), This is for my own amusement and basicly proving to myself if it can be done.
I recently came across the site enigma.hs-weingarten.de/ and spotted the PDF files. It also mentions CAD drawings being available on registration but not quite sure if they mean these are actual dfx type files or just the ones in the PDFs. Not spotted the registration section. I’m looking to 3D print so figured check if anyone had the cad drawings before I make my own up by using the pdfs
As mentioned, this is drawing me in like a fly to a honey pot. The first thing I did was to make a 4 times actual size indexing gear for making the rotor assemblies and basicly anything that has 26 divisions. By making it oversize I reduce errors rather than magnify them when I reduce them down to actual size. I have managed to find some good drawings on line, but as always, they seem to leave out the critital bits. What I got so far is more than enough to get started. Marks find is a real gem. Thank for you interest.