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    Mini Tube bender.

    Terry I´m also interested in building a pipe bender with multi capabilities. This one looks like it can do the job. I do have some homemade benders for small pipes and they all work more or less good, but none of them has the range to bend pipes from 2 to 8 mm. At the moment i`m working on a...
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    Cooling water for small engine !

    I prefer using only pure Glycol. I don't like having any water around my Cast Iron liners. Even a 50:50 Mixture with water makes the liners rust. It only takes a bit longer. The cooling capacity is the same as with water or mixtures.
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    Harvard/Stickney Jr Model

    My solution for this is, I´m milling a small flat spot on the crankshaft where the set screw left its mark. The screw can sit really thight on this flat and you will have no problem to remove the flywheel if necessary.
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    Harvard/Stickney Jr Model

    Hey Jon Just a hint. Set srews a not a good idea. Please keep in mind, that when you use the setscrews as the plan calls for, they will press a mark in your crankshaft when you fasten them that makes it almost impossible to remove the flywheel from the crankshaft. This is my own personal...
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    How to attach a sight glass?

    Excuse me Please, but what is a "Glass carbochon"? Never Heard that before and even Google cannot translate it.
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    Mini diesel engine.

    You can try to email him, but i know that He won't give out any Kind of technical Information or Plans. He said this several Times in his Videos, which are very hard to understand, because his englisch speaking sounds very "danish ". So you have to watch his Videos a couple Times to understand...
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    Mini Oilcan hand operated

    Hi together Once again, Thanks for your fine comments. As i already promised, i made Plans from this Oilcan for you to download and build one. The set of Plans is free for your personal use and contains 10 sheets of 2D and 3D drawings and the Build instructions. Hope you find this useful and it...
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    Project of the Month - January 2017

    Thanks very much for the nice Comments and making my Oilcan to the Project of the Month.:):cool: As promised i finished the Plans and Building instructions. You can find them for download in the Build thread.:thumbup: Stefan K.
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    Mini Oilcan hand operated

    Thanks all for your replies. I´m glad you like the Oilcan. I don`t know when, but i will draw a Plan for it. When it`s finished i will post it here and publish the Plan. The dimensions of the body and the lid are not critical at all, but look better the smaller they are. But there are the...
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    Mini Oilcan hand operated

    Hi together Happy New Year 2017 to all readers, builders and people here! I just finished a little Project from which i saw a picture on the internet. Some of you might have seen it on Find Hansens website. I couldn`t find any further Information about it, so I started to build it from...
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    Tiny I.C. finished

    Hi This little sign is a Casting made of Brass. I soldered a holder on the backside and painted it red. After drying, I sanded off the excess paint to bring out the upstanding Brass. The sign itself was ready available in a model railroad-shop.
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    Tiny I.C. finished

    Hi This little sign is a Casting made of Brass. I soldered a holder on the backside and painted it red. After drying, I sanded off the excess paint to bring out the upstanding Brass. The sign itself was ready available in a model railroad-shop.
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    Vapour carburettors

    Hi Andy Yes it means the engine will lack lubrication. In case of a Nitro engine I would not recommend a Vapor carburator, because they need between 10 and 15% of oil. Vapor carbs a mostly used for gas engines not running unter load or high rpm's. In case it's a Nitro engine I would always...
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    Vapour carburettors

    Hi Andy The Vapor carburator will work with Nitro fuel as well, because the working principal is the same. And yes, you are right , the dissolved oil in the fuel is left behind. Only a very small amount of oil gets, beside the fuel Vapor, sucked into the engine. Stefan
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