This week on HANDMADE.hackaday we’ve seen a pretty good variety of skills.
- There is the guy who makes tiny running engines by hand.
- You might recognize the construction of these triodes.
- A Lamborghini built from scratch in someone’s basement.
- Making edible works of art from sugar on the streets of china
HANDMADE.hackaday.com is growing quickly. Keep sending in those good tips! We have some videos of our own planned as well, keep an eye out for those!
7 thoughts on “This Week On HANDMADE.hackaday”
I’ve seen that guy’s work before. As amazing as the craftsmanship is, they don’t run on fuel. They just turn via compressed air. Here is the real thing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lc6jCGHj6Nc
I wonder how the spark plugs work on that
They are glow plugs I believe.
Like JJ says – these are AIR POWERED. I don’t think an air-motor deserves the title of “world’s smallest V-12 engine”. Let’s see some fuel and spark plugs and a little carburetor and all the things that implies before we call it a “V-12 engine”.
Spoilsport. Can’t you just give him credit for a truly remarkable piece of engineering
his just a troll…
The video I linked has 3 carbs and glow plugs.
Please be kind and respectful to help make the comments section excellent. (Comment Policy)