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The vacuum motor or even Flame eater 'Nick' is mostly made of brass. The flywheels are made of cast iron. 'Nick' is mounted on a painted wooden plate. He runs with about 200-400 rpm. The burner is adjustable in height so that the speed can be controlled via the hand wheel.
All milled parts have already been processed and must be partially drilled yet. All rotating parts are yet to be filmed in its raw state and need. The construction of the fire-eater and the burner necessary materials, screws, ball bearings and spring elements are included in the kit.
The construction of the fire-eaters "Nick" is a small lathe (min. Opti D180 x 300), a small drill, and a gas burner required for soft soldering larger parts and a torch for brazing small parts. Otherwise, is still hand tools, which should be in every "steam engine workshop" (Taps M2, M3, M8x0, 75 (aka M8), cutting iron M2, M3 and M8x0, 75 (aka M8), Reamer 3H7, 6H7, files, drill bit ) needed.
Dimensions flame eater "Nick"
- Length: 170mm
- Width: 100mm
- Height: 110mm
- Flywheel D.: 80mm
- D. Piston: 16mm
- Stroke: 26mm
You can choose between the standard base plate made of birch plywood or Jatoba base plate. Jatoba is a very heavy timber and has a naturally occurring shine and a reddish-brown color, which is particularly effective in oiled surfaces advantage. Over time, jatoba to darken in color and structure, and existing differences in the grain to be intensified.
- machined milled Raw material for the rotating parts
- -Proof machined and milled flywheels
- - Milled wood base
- -All necessary screws, nuts, ball bearings and spring elements
- -Blueprint flamelickers Drawings (9 sheets) and instructions (6 sheets)
- -burner blueprint drawings (3 sheets) and instructions (2 sheets) (English or German)
- -Kit for the burner, adjustable
Video Flame eater "Nick" Premilled kit
Flywheels for the Flamefresser Nick
You can choose between 3 different flywheels. They have the following flywheels:
Left picture: Casting flywheel (GG20). The standard flywheel of the Flame eater is a clean sand cast.
Picture center: cast flywheel light (cast steel). A very filigree and cleanly cast flywheel, which is produced by the lost wax process. Only very little material has to be removed so that it is better suited for small turning machines.
Right picture: milled flywheel (GG25). A clean CNC milled flywheel made of cast solid material. If you have a small lathe and you are concerned about whether you get the spoked wheel is not a problem with our fully pre-twisted and milled GG25 flywheel can be tensioned inside, outside and even at the waist. The flywheel need only be sized again at the outer diameter; In addition, the drill holes are still to be drilled.