Building Stirling Engines without a lathe by Kjeld Hoejfeldt

Small reference for those interested in either sterling engine building or scale mechanical building. Also for prototypers, and of general interested to DIY and mechanical engineering people.

How to build a sterling engine without having a machine shop. Large book format, large font (for those with poor vision), and pictures illustrating what others have accomplished.

Good motivational tool. It would take a little more patience and creativity assembling these engines instead of easy assembly of high-tolerance machine-shop created engine parts.



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