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  1. Frightening Man

    Horizontal electronics bay

    The usual electronics bay consists of a vertical slab with all kinds of sensors strapped to it. Question is, if I have a large enough ID, could I fit all electronics flat onto the bulkhead in one or maybe two layers? Would this increase the chance of the acceleration mess with the electronics...
  2. kbRocket

    Three Electronics Bays

    I have spent some time evolving thoughts and designs for electronics bays. What I desire in an electronics bay is: RF transparent because I want to put telemetry broadcasting electronics inside the bay. This means no threaded rods the length of the bay that block RF. Maximum space for...
  3. Zeke Johnson

    Ebay with Metal Bulk Plates - Wildman

    I received an electronics bay from Wildman Rocketry. It is a very basic kit, 1 32mm fiberglass coupler and two bulk plates (See Pictures). I have never worked with metal bulk plates before. I was wondering if I could get some ideas on how to pass the electrical signal from my altimeter inside...
  4. K'Tesh

    Small, 38MM Minimum Diameter AV Bay

    I'm looking to make an AV Bay that would fit inside of a tube coupler for a 38 MM body tube (~5" long), with a redundant system, but space is limited. Am I dreaming? Can just such a system safely fit in that small of a space (including batteries)? Pictures greatly welcomed. Just to be clear...
  5. M

    Need advice on what to get/how to put together an electronics bay

    I want to go to the next step and add electronics to my rocket. I don't know where to begin is there any good step by step tutorials that could walk me through the process. Thanks in advance
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