HOT AIR MOTOR. Stirling motor Make your own Stirling Engine (Hot Air Motor) with this kit. The pack contains all the materials needed to produce a fully functional hot air motor. This is NOT a clip together kit! All the most critical parts are prepared but there is a considerable amount of work to be carried out and you will require a few workshop tools. This kit was originally designed for pupils of 15+ but makes an excellent and satisfying project for any engineering enthusiast. (No soldering required) This motor uses a tea-light as the heat source. ** View the kit of parts ** Ref: CDT0093 | Price: £40.65 |
Requiring a lower temperature differential than the tea-light powered Stirling engine above, the cardboard assembly kit contains everything you need to build this amazing machine including prepunched card pieces and all other components. Just add some glue and your own cup (or an ice-pack as this machine can also run from a "cold source")
This motor is safer for younger children as there are no candles or other flame heat sources.
THE DINGHY KIT This model is an Amesbury Style Skiff, a type of dinghy designed for use as a yacht tender. It is easily built using the same parts and techniques as the full size boat. It makes an excellent project for those interested in small boat construction. Experience cutting and fitting parts required. Length 10", beam 4", scale - 1" = 1'. Hull construction - die-cut frames, bottom plank, garboard, middle and top planks. Ref: CDT0230 | Price: £34.99 |
FANTAIL LAUNCH II KIT The Fantail Launch II is a model of the small open steam launch that is typical of the small yachts used at the turn of the century.Suitable for R/C and now including the Running Hardware Kit. This model is designed for use with the Model VI Steam Engine (see order code CDT0232). Length - 19", beam - 7¾", scale - 1" = 1'. Hull construction - die-cut frames and keel, balsa side planking. Ref: CDT0231 | Price: £69.99 |
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