Some parts of Massacre are very designed, while other bits aren't. I purposely did this to allow for reality to kick in as what works in my CAD and in my head may not be transferred to the real world. Designing on the fly always seems to pan out better than relying theoretical stuff. For me anyway. One of these parts was the Rangleboxen, which is
legitness of our motor mounts. His is 5mm aluminium and nice and curvy with 12.9 high tensile M3 for added poshness whereas mine is a big bastard at 10mm thick legit aluminium with M4 bolts. Only stainless so I loose points there. I will be doing more work to my mount, M6 mounting holes and will try and put a pocket in so I can sit the motor further into the mount for strength.
Yeah so I'm milling my gearboxes, all the cool kids are doing it. Don't judge me. There is an unnecessary 2mm or so of material that can go without any adverse effects to operation. Good enough for me!
Well that's it for now. Long and very picture spammed but it could be interesting or useful if you are that way inclined. I'll post again when I've done something else.