Craig Laycocks double end piston motor.

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Mudflap
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Re: Craig Laycocks double end piston motor.

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Around here a good design contractor working in motorsport can make around 40 GBP/hour just to churn out CAD models and drawings. Many of them can't work out a bending moment but have a sixth sense for complex composite surfacing and intricate castings, core patterns, etc. Most of the times though they tend to get the --- jobs such as bracketry, wiring harnesses and fluid hoses. Not a bad gig at all if you're into such things.

I for one think it's a real waste of talent.
nah pop no style

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Re: Craig Laycocks double end piston motor.

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Mudflap wrote:
Mon Nov 16, 2020 4:18 am
So the question is what does this design really achieve ?
The usual result - It's different to a conventional engine.
That's about it.

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His concept matured enough to cut metal, I wonder if he will make into reality?
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