http://www.enigma.hs-weingarten.de/drawings.php has some drawings. I
don't know how historically accurate or complete they are.
The enigmamuseum and enigma-replica supposedly sell accurate mechanical
replicas and/or parts - however afaik they don't supply plans, tell
people dimensions etc.
I do not know of any other available plans, but I am not a historical
enthusiast (if you didn't know, I am a cryptologist). If you are eg
serious about building one, I can ask some people.
-- Peter F
Thanks Peter, but currently I'm just curious about the possibilities.
What has (re) triggered this is that a friend of mine (who lives just across
the road from you in Woodlands Edge) has decided that we're both
going to make John Wilding's large wheel skeleton clock, and as he's
got his mill set up for CNC, it'd be a relative doddle to do the multiples-
-of-26 machining that the rotors would need.
How did your project get on, to creats a secure person-to-person comms
facility such that neither end could not ever possibly know the keys and
could not ever be guilty of failing to provide them to the ongoing
of Brit governance?
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