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- Dec 24, 2020
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- Hawkesbury Ontario
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Well, we've been seeing lots of extra machinery going in the South end, and a week or so ago there were some steel rolls transported that looked like the rolls SpaceX was using. And Tesla said they began battery cell production in Texas last quarter.I meant specifically about CT. I feel like it's been awhile since any major speculation.
There's gonna be single motor, dual motor and tri motor Cybertrucks ... no wait, there will not be a tri motor ... just a single, dual and quad variants ...It's SS...no it's not SS...it's Al...no it's not Al...it's gift wrap...yeah that's it...it's gift wrap! All I want for Christmas is my 4 motor CT...my 4 motor CT...my 4 motor CT...
On the Tesla website there is a very clear break in the panel there. That takes a little more wind out of the sails of the folks that are adamant that the exoskeleton is taking a majority of the stresses. You almost couldnt pick a more critical structural location to put a joint if it were carrying a lot of load. see the image attached. I imagine the exoskeleton is adhered to an internal body ferrous steel frame at this location with a structural adhesive.Good point,
On closer inspection, there is a notch, it was either put there to avoid cracking, indicating a bend, or the saw may have overshot a tad, indicating it may be glued.
Thats the beginning and end of my technical analysis. lol