Here is the current state of my "Feldbahnmodule with ship". It is a follow-up from my chronicle in bbf
The bridge module should be as torsion-resistant as possible. In previous modules, I had reached a sufficient stiffness with frames.Hafenmodul_001
(fspg2)Size: 1,5 m x 1,0 m
... Sufficient rigidity?
The new module
is about 2.0 meters long and about 0.9 m wide, so that all parts will fit on it.Brueckenmodul_9
(fspg2)Copyright: Lauenburger Elbschiffahrtsarchiv
(fspg2)First bridge shortly after the construction of 1901 Here
there is some more information to the original.
After I initially thought about a steel frame, I came by chance on a much easier solution: honeycomb
... no, I do not intend to ask the hard-working little helpers, to give me her glue.
The principle of the comb is still used in many doors:found at: http://www.tueren-albrecht.de/tuerenkalkulation/hilfe/images/wabe.jpg
So, such a door has been misused!Module-Montage_001
The principle you can see on the drawing above.
Currently the board is on two sawhorses, it is already so rigid in its current state, as I had hoped ... and it get more adhesions.Modul-Montage_002
Recesses were sawed at the corners for the aluminum legs.Module-Montage_003