|Main Veiw with extra Lampboard!
|Side view. I used hardwood with butt
joints fixed with brass screws
|End view of lid hinge
|Stecker flap detail
|I added an extra internal rib
so the keyboard and plugboard
don't flex in use.
Now added a soundcard!
|This is the serial port
I used a 1/4 inch jack
with the bush machined down
|The lampboard.This uses small wedge bulbs
mounted in a wood block painted black
so the lamps only shine on one letter- a trick
from the NEMA - saves using those
expensive flat top Enigma glowlamps!
A stencil is mounted behind a black
aluminium front panel
|Detail of the lampboards matching serial
input jack and power jack
|G312... Please don't steal me!....
note circular polarized filter
to increase LED contrast and extra reset
button on left, to run a boot loader......
|This is the Naval M4 we all know
|and also the M3
|Then the Abwehr G Machine
|Next the Swiss K Machine
|The Tirpitz Enigma
|and The Railway Enigma
|and if these won't do -
a user defined mode which
has wiring programmed from the serial port