Model of a seven-cylinder radial engine for self-assembly. Among them, there are 11 models that can be used to build an engine which can be set in motion with a crank.
The model will be especially useful in technical and physics classes.
In the files for printing you will find 23 elements needed to assemble the wheel model. The files have been prepared so that individual models can be printed separately or as part of one printout.
Among the files to be printed you will find:
Single item files:
- Propeller: propeller,
- Pistons: pistons,
- Engine: engine.
A file with a set of several elements:
- Radial engine - set: a set of all the elements needed to assemble the engine,
- Additional elements of construction: additional construction elements.
Visualization and signatures of individual elements can be found in the assembly instructions for the model: [ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION] Radial engine
Model dimensions (XYZ): folded model - 170 x 132 x 50 mm.
Printing time: set - 12 h 18 min
Filament quantity: for the set (all lever elements and weights) 154 g.
Recommended filament type: SkriPLA / PLA.
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