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...or you could make an A-Frame to put under the boom when the loads are on the big side..
On the other hand, perhaps I should start modelling ruins from the Classical Age (ancient Greece & Rome). ;D
Yep - sell them...
You have to tell us now!
Might I suggest H Greenly's engine? Much better looking...
Say no more..
Shipping from where?
...and fusion360 is free for students and hobby -type users..
I put about 6 hours into DRAFTSIGHT and realized that I was getting nowhere.
Was drawing in 3d using FUSION 360 in less than 30 minutes. Not...
All well and good - what does it look like?
Cannot help but be impressed by this Gents work. One of the best I've seen
Get a cup of tea , sit back and enjoy....
There's another forum???
[ I have no idea how fast the engine will need to turn to push along a boat. I have never dealt with a propeller....QUOTE]
Make the diameter...
Very nice work, and I'm sure you'll do a hull to match.
Nice to see that engine running so slowly. Seems that so many run the guts out of...
but it IS a very interesting thing.
You only "need" one cam for a V...
Where do you live, Ben...maybe someone is nearby..
As for Stirlings, have you looked at the MORIYA (Dr James A Senfit)?
At least it has a purpose...
Super hispeed steam fellers really push the limits of the hobby..you never know exactly when the entire engine is going to melt out of the bottom...
Best I can tell... Double expanding, single acting, piston-valved attempt at a high speed steam engine.
wet sump, and take note
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