Building the Horizontal Pop Can Stirling Engine
http://StirlingBuilder.com - Here are some photos and video from the building of the Horizontal Pop Can Stirling Engine. One of the first videos posted of this engine now has over 1 million views. The plans for this engine are in the book, "Eleven Stirling Engine Projects You Can Build" by Jim R. Larsen. The music playing in the background is an original blues recording also by Jim Larsen. This is an example of a classic horizontal Stirling engine design built with simple materials that are easy to find. You can find more videos of this engine in my YouTube channel and at http://StirlingBuilder.com. Please feel free to hit the Like button and leave a comment.
Introducing MechaniCards Mechanical Greeting Cards
More info - http://MechaniCards.com The original five, mailable kinetic sculptures, hand made by Bradley N. Litwin; primarily paperboard, with few bits of wood, metal, and plastic. The video is of the original prototype pieces. Check out the production versions, new pieces, and more, at http://MechaniCards.com. All the music on this video is performed by Bradley, too.
Innovative front and rear suspension on a recumbent trike
Learn more about ICE recumbent trikes at: http://www.icetrikes.co ICE recumbent trikes are available with custom-designed front and rear suspension. These systems ensure a comfortable ride without compromising power transfer or handling. Designed to be effective, durable and reliable, the only thing you'll notice is the smooth ride. Visit the ICE Trikes channel for more great videos: http://www.youtube.com/icetrikes Subscribe to receive new videos in your feed: http://owl.y/qk1Y6