Assemblers are now ready to start building. They have to build a rocket engine, consisting mainly of pipes and pumps. This indicates to build a strong, lightweight structure of complex forms, some of which are capable of withstanding very high temperatures, some contained within the tube through which the coolant flows. Where the need is very great effort, assemblers are starting to make bars of interwoven carbon fibers in the form of diamond. From this they build a structure adapted to withstand the expected load type. Where it is important to heat and corrosion resistance (as many surfaces), they build a similar structure of alumina in the form of its sapphire. In places where the load will be low, assemblers are saving weight, leaving a wide empty spaces in the structure. In places where the load is high, assemblers reinforce the structure as long as the remaining space barely sufficient to themselves assemblers can move. Elsewhere Assemblers put other materials to form the sensors, computers, motors, solenoids, and everything else that is needed.
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