141 parts production

 The sheet metal is stretched into a long, thin plate, giving you a nostalgic feeling. The length and thickness of the plate are made by cheats. The hardness is done with a custom-made model.
 Since it is only a matter of stretching the steel, the first piece is made quickly. About seven different lengths are needed for each spring, so I prepared stretched ones in the same way. Only the longest one is rounded at both ends to make it look like it has a small tube.
 If I were making a knife, I would probably shape it like this, but today I'm going to quench it in the state before it becomes a knife. By the way, I remember that in the previous world, truck springs were good for making knives from.
 Now I'm making a plate spring from a knife material. When I think of it like that, it's kind of interesting.

 Since it was only a matter of stretching the sheet metal and a little bit of work, I finished the work very quickly, but since I was taking time to make a prototype of the front wheel part, my time was up for the day. We'll have to wait until tomorrow for the detailed parts and assembly.

 The next morning, I decided to use the prototype mini-cart when fetching water. I put the lid on the water bottle and fixed it to the mini cart with a rope. This is also a simple reproduction of how a cart is used when transporting goods. We did the same experiment yesterday, and if it works, we are confident that it will work.
 This morning, Krull was waiting just outside the house. I tie a rope to Krull to pull the mini cart.
"That'll do for today.
 Krull pulls the mini cart with a rattle and starts walking with me. It's an empty water bottle, but it's heavier than an empty barrel. It's quite stable and doesn't become unstable except for the occasional bang.
 Krull doesn't seem to have any difficulty in towing it, so for the time being, I judge that there is no problem. The real work begins when we load the water bottle with water.

 When we arrived at the lake, we filled the water bottles. When we put it on the mini cart, it sinks a lot. It's a lot of weight. .......
 Put the lid on the water bottle and tie a rope around the neck to secure it to the cart. Now, how about this?

 As it turned out, the mini cart itself worked just fine. Since it's covered with a lid and secured with a rope, it doesn't leak water, and of course it doesn't fall over, but it doesn't shake much. The same effect can be expected if it is attached to a cart.
 The only mistake I made was that Krull seemed a little bored. Apparently, he wanted to carry the water in the morning by himself, not by cart.
 I chuckled and promised to let Krull carry it tomorrow.

 After completing the morning routine, my task for the day was to make parts. Once again, Rikke and the others are dividing up the work of making shortswords and longswords.

 The parts we will be making today are things to hold the springs together, things to secure the springs to the cart, wheels and axles, and thin plates to reinforce the cart in places. Using the mini cart as a reference, we will use cheats to make the size of the parts to be attached to the actual cart.
 If I didn't have this cheat, I would have had to measure every single thing and make it ......, but that's the cheat. The parts that fasten the spring to the cart have a complicated shape, but you can create the correct shape with the correct dimensions in one shot.
 I might be able to make an early car if I knew how it worked. But I have no intention of making such a thing at the moment. I want to make only good things that fit this world as much as possible.

 Next to the smooth flow of work, people are creating one-off parts at a rapid pace. The exact opposite scene looks a little strange. When the parts were complete, I said, "Here we go," and headed for the cart with them.