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    Hard for me to explain the issue in english...hope dont tell bullshit

    There is a missmatch if you want to fit a flat bottom cone to a cone with angled top...even when both cones have same general angle. ..solution...avoid that...angle top and bottom same way...then the elips should be the same Circumfence ...

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    If you asign the same angle to the next cone it will have the same elliptical shape in Cone Layout, a perfect joint will be possible in 2 positions and the actual hydraulic dia will vary with the angle. The more you think about the cone stuff the more complicated it gets

    CAD with circles as in-/outlet should give a more repeatable solution IMO but as always - it's a 2stroke so who knows...

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    Quote Originally Posted by koenich View Post
    So what you do Wob looks the same as Cone Layout, my issue was fitment cone to cone if you want to turn the next cone lets say 45 to the previous one. Always left gaps (especially in the header if you use the 7 angle). Troublesome for my sub par welding skills

    Other issues I found with Cone Layout was that the developed shapes always were longer than the ones out of CAD.

    d1 = 33,4 mm, Angle1 = 10, d2 = 34,3 mm, Angle2 = -10, l = 20 mm => Green Cone Layout Flat Pattern Export, Black CAD Development:
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    The bigger circumference will give a bigger diameter (think thats why a lot of people are using correction factors).
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    nope, both use the neutral fiber. the circumference difference only occurs when entering an angle in Cone Layout and automatically an ellipse is created.

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    I'm not bothered about the ellipse at the end, that is unavoidable.
    it can not create a circle at the end, and have a circular form across it's total length.
    join any circular tubes together under an angle, and the joint will always be eliptical.

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    pfff, 33 cones ...
    they'd better give me back my 13 % or
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    So here is the cut setup for joining the square ends of two cones at an angle.
    Extend the revolve , then cut it off on the angle needed at the end point on center.
    Two different cones will then join at an angle , making 2 less angle cuts if you do both ends.
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    Ive got a thing thats unique and new.To prove it I'll have the last laugh on you.Cause instead of one head I got two.And you know two heads are better than one.

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    All the best mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frits Overmars View Post
    All the best mate!
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    Plus +1.......

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    80 years old and still thinking about 2 strokes....what a legend

    Happy birthday Jan.
    "Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.

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    Happy birthday Jan !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken seeber View Post
    80 years old and still thinking about 2 strokes....what a legend

    Happy birthday Jan.
    For sure a legend, happy birthday Jan!

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    Cheers Jan!

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    Happy birthday Jan.

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