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MCS System

Kevin Price

MCS System

Postby Rogue Sub » Tue Nov 09, 2010 10:57 pm

Some of you may or may not know but I have been researching, designing and redesigning a new wtc system for the last 1.5yrs. While I have made a few announcements I have not yet revealed many photos. Except for a few of the people I have been using to test and attempt to break the product not much else is out there. This has also resulted in a lot of emails lately asking for info because of a lack there of.

Here are a few shots of what it looks like and a bit of me going through the motions to get it together and tested.

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Twin 4" ballast tanks

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Building my Ohio BT

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Test fitting in a Thor Permit

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Shot of my newly assembled ER

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A shot of my BT and Battery Compartment in my OHIO

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Testing fit ups and mounting in a Sturgeon

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My prototype BC and BT module test fit with a temp ER module

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This shows how the ER module mounts to the BT module

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Water jet cut lexan equipment tray test piece...very cool stuff

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Group of motors for the testers

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new precision machined planetary reduction gear 4.64:1

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New endcaps molds

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prototype equipment tray made of g10 from templates designed in cad

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Mocking up servo mount for ballast operator
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Re: MCS System

Postby Pirate » Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:47 am

Very cool, Kevin.
What do your abbreviations all stand for, such as ER, Bt, etc.?
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Re: MCS System

Postby Rogue Sub » Wed Nov 10, 2010 6:56 am

ER= Engineroom
BT=Ballast Tank
BC=battery compartment
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Re: MCS System

Postby Rogue Sub » Thu Nov 18, 2010 4:56 pm

Here is a better picture of the drive system for these new units.
The mounting plate for the motors are made on cnc as well for perfect alignment and fit up.
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