UGears 70009 Engine / Model Pneumatic Engine - Mechanical Construction Kit


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A Peek at a Bygone

Wouldnt it be thrilling to actually
travel back in time and witness some of the greatest inventions? For example,
the steam engine is one of the most famous innovations in its era, so to see it
from up close would be a different experience than just reading about it or
seeing pictures. While we dont have a time machine, we can certainly offer you
a mini replacement via this Engine construction kit from UGEARS.

  • The pneumatic motor is a smaller
    version of a
    functional model of a steam engine, which is operated by blowing into a
    specific socket or using a normal air balloon. The heat propels the
    pneumatic engine and it starts!
  • An air pressure
    tachometer is integrated into the design for correct measurement of
    working speed.
  • No need to wrack
    your heads about storing spare parts all you have to do is use the two
    built-in compartments that offer ample space for those components.
  • All parts are
    made of plywood that enhances longevity you dont have to worry about
    them getting corroded or rusted.
  • No drill,
    screwdriver or any other tool required while assembling. In fact, you
    dont need glue as well.
  • The steam engine
    is designed in a vintage style, so you can easily use it as a decorative
    item in your living room or dining hall.

The mechanical kit comprises precision produced parts that are
carefully checked and packaged before being delivered, so you can rely on
us. If you are passionate about building trains and engines, then this
miniature will be a great addition to your collection. The kit can be a
great gift for someone who shares your zeal just present it to them and
they will appreciate your thoughtfulness big time.

Go ahead and order soon!

Model for self-assembly without glue.

Material - plywood.

Size Model: 6.5*3*3.5in (165*77*90mm)

Package size: 14.6*6.7*1.2in (37*17*3cm)

Number of parts: 82

Models assembly tips

  • If you hold the
    board with its front side directed to you, it is better to remove the
    parts by pulling them. In this case, if a burr is pulled together with a
    part, it will make a pit in the board, not in the part. The best
    solution is to incise the hangers with a knife;
  • If you have
    difficulties in inserting a toothpick in the assembled gearwheel, rub
    the toothpick with a candle;
  • You may also
    lubricate all the projecting axes of the gearwheels before installing
    them on the frame. In this case the friction during rotation will be
  • However, do not
    lubricate the parts of pendulum connection with a candle two
    projecting sticks in the tractor or timer. In this case the pendulum
    will not swing but skid;
  • Try to remove
    big burrs on the gearwheels, if any. The motion of some models is very
    delicate, and they may hinder it;
  • If any
    gearwheel creaks or squeaks, lubricate it with a regular candle,
    paraffin or wax. If the plywood edge is too resinous and some teeth tend
    to seize, which happens quite rarely, lubricate the gearwheel in the
    same manner;

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