Hello friends, I added new cufflinks for civil engineers and architects.
These steel beam pieces can be personalized by entering 2 initials during order proces.
The fixed closure mechanism also features a new and fitting triangular truss design.
NEW unmatched unique multi part jewelry: race brake with movable disk and caliper: http://shpws.me/MBGQ
This product represents a miniature model of a race brake. Unlike normal jewelry, the parts of this design are assembled with actual industrial hex key bolts to give it an authentic technical relevance and appearance.
Shown here as tie bar, although cufflinks and lapel pins can also be made.
Further customizable by altering the design of the brake caliper to your favorite car brand.(Edited)
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I reworked the jet engine ring to give it a smoother shape. It now flows like a real jet engine nacelle into the ring band.
The spinner cone features little bolt hole representations and the blades look old school turbine.
I just researched again concerning my second last line. I found that flatplane crankshafts can have smaller balance weights then crossplane cranks. I don't know about a comparision to inline engines, but my second last line in the first post might be wrong.
In any way, as far as V8 is concerned, flatplane crankshafts exist in sports cars. Ferrari has some engines with that type.
I cannot find the picture any more, that I used as base for the model. However I did not try to create a specific certain model of a crankshaft with this part.
Thank you for your words! It is good to hear that you like it.
As far as the engine is concerned, it could also be an inline 4 engine. However on a V engine, there are always two piston rods on one hub, next to each other so the cylinders aren't exactly opposite but slightly offset. So this can also be a V8.
I think often times on inline engines, the balance weights or "cheeks" will be smaller or thinner, because one hub has only one piston.
In any way thanks a lot.