Electronics Bay Design - Sealing, and why 'two' rods?

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Is Steve from Mach 1 around, I've got another elevator pitch for him.
Steve & his partner sold the company earlier this year (or maybe last year). New owner has been pretty quiet since acquisition.
 

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Yes, it's possible. But honestly, you have to look on the bright side.
 

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Steve & his partner sold the company earlier this year (or maybe last year). New owner has been pretty quiet since acquisition.
I stopped wondering some time in the past couple of years 🙃
 

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Yes, it's possible. But honestly, you have to look on the bright side. I know that most people think of flow resistance reduction as simple, but as with anything, there are some pitfalls. For example, under certain conditions, there will be a lot of flow in your system that is too weak to pass the vital force. Under other states, there will be a lot of too strong flow to give the required pressure. I read on Seal With Ease about sealants that can be used for such rockets. I think it's a cool hobby, especially when you know the technique and the results are promising.
 
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Yes, it's possible. But honestly, you have to look on the bright side. I know that most people think of flow resistance reduction as simple, but as with anything, there are some pitfalls. For example, under certain conditions, there will be a lot of flow in your system that is too weak to pass the vital force. Under other states, there will be a lot of too strong flow to give the required pressure. I read on Seal With Ease about sealants that can be used for such rockets. I think it's a cool hobby, especially when you know the technique and the results are promising.
Agree with you
 
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