Hello, My name is Andi and comes from Germany. My English is
really bad so I use a translation program. I found your side in search
of construction manuals for the model, or canned Stirling. I can be led
by the ideas and tricks the other builder and out there came this
This is my more only functioning Stirling engine (grin). The
working piston is the condenser of an old camera flashlight. The
cylinder an easy water pipe. The displacement compressor cylinder is an
old insect spray can. The displacement compressor an empty tin of
lighter gas. The stove and coolant container are tangerines tins. I
have the flywheel with camp from a broken video recorder. The rest
still lay about thus...
I have developed the pressure-thick guidance from an old " floppy
disk drive 5 1/4. It was the guidance for the reading head, 2 brass
shells and a chrom pole.
With tea lights or candles he does not run so well, mostly not at
all. There I must make sometimes even a well-arranged spirit distiller,
so that to me the fire not always as goes through as in the video is to
be seen .:)
In such a way, wars only from me, would please me soon to see also
a German Stirling engine on your side.