Paul Kim of PK Designlab is working on a suppressor design. You may recognize the name. He was Senior VP of Engineering at SureFire. A couple years back he separated from SureFire to start up his own company, PK Designlab, He is most well known for his work on flashlights although he has worked on non flashlight projects with companies like Lionheart who made the LH9.

 

Engieering due diligence is one of our core missions. My previous Gen 1 suppressor was never analyzed to this level of scrutiny. This time we are doing it right.

Here is a sneak preview of the finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamics analysis of our Gen 2 VORTEX suppressor design.

Can’s reveal too much but expect a new revolution in suppressor design.

 



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  • Cal S.

    I remember doing FEA and simulations in school. Oh, those were the days. These images bring back memories…

  • bert saxby

    The quoted portion makes better sense when read with a Chinese accent

  • Brett baker

    There can never be too many can makers.

    • Herr Wolf

      Right- all selling cans for $700

    • LGonDISQUS

      If you walk up to suppressor designer Denise Jennings at SHOT Show 2018 and tell her ‘nice cans’, would it be worth the slap to the face?

      • Brett baker

        Don’t know.

      • Sgt G

        Yes, totally worth it

      • mig1nc

        Yes, but make sure you video it so we can all comment 🙂

  • Blake

    How do you write an article about this and not even discuss the unique porting on the design? You people have become a news ticker and it’s embarrassing.