Hello all. I’d like to begin by saying I am but a lowly mechanic with MINIMAL sketch up skills. I use to play around a tad with simple shapes. I am making a concept for velocity stacks for my CV carburetors. I have looked online (maybe not hard enough) but am needing to make a curved inside chamfer on a pipe. I have attached my file for reference. Hopefully I am not so out of date you can see it.
On the 56mm end, I’d like the inside of the tube to have an inside curved chamfer. The wall diameter is about 6mm. Ideally the curve is uniform and bell shaped and the transition ends smoothly 6mm from the end face. Is there any way someone can either instruct me on how to model this or complete this modification for me?
The idea is to run larger diameter but shorter length filters and put the stack opening inside the pods to
- Allow for filter movement and allow tuning for the end cap to “choke” the inlet
- Prevent crosswind airflow from causing turbulence
- Create a more uniform vacuum with a Venturi effect, speed airflow across the emulsion tube and atomize fuel better.
Here is the file, thank you in advance!!!
VelocityProto.skp (197.7 KB)