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Jet Engine

by Xena, published

Jet Engine by Xena Jul 7, 2013

Description

Build your own jet and check it out on youtube.com/watch?v=6rX4xv5-NvE

Put a pressure regulator on the air line or it will blow to bits!

You will need:

10 x 220 mm steel shaft

10 x 14 x 10 needle roller bearing (x 2)

10 x 22 x 6 bearing

10 x 30 x 9 bearing

10 x 24 x 9 thrust bearing (x 2)

14 x 20 x 96 Ali tube (you can print this but it might bend)

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hi, where to feed start and run air line?

hey I am in the process of printing this, and the fan blades are not printing very good, they have a lot of loose filament and warped fins, is there anyway to get a better print of these, I used to work on aircraft in the marine corps, and no even with a plastic engine I don't want any lose fod, and I need tight tolerances, any advice would be great, I am using slic3er and pronterface on a plastibot printer, the bed size is not a problem.

Get the clear filament

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Jet Engine by Xena is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Instructions

Made on an UP plus printer.

When making the air jets "pause the printer" and remove any support material.

Make the air jets with the jets at the bottom.

The perspex cover has a 10 degree fillet at the front

Drink Lots, Fall down more

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clarkmodel on Apr 3, 2014 said:

hi, where to feed start and run air line?

madhacker on Feb 12, 2014 said:

hey I am in the process of printing this, and the fan blades are not printing very good, they have a lot of loose filament and warped fins, is there anyway to get a better print of these, I used to work on aircraft in the marine corps, and no even with a plastic engine I don't want any lose fod, and I need tight tolerances, any advice would be great, I am using slic3er and pronterface on a plastibot printer, the bed size is not a problem.

AlexanderTheCreator on Dec 17, 2013 said:

Get the clear filament

UnClaimedCarg0 on Dec 15, 2013 said:

how did you make the clear cover?

UnClaimedCarg0 on Dec 12, 2013 said:

can you post a exploded diagram to show where each part belongs?

Psnak on Oct 20, 2013 said:

hello, very impressive! may i ask which program you have used to design this ?

bottleworks on Aug 22, 2013 said:

Insanely great!

Maddog3189 on Aug 4, 2013 said:

Awesome video. Any chance you could identify where the needed parts go/assembly directions?

RossRobotics on Jul 8, 2013 said:

Wow, the video was impressive! Glad I could be apart of it!

Is there anyway we could get the rest of the build materials and maybe some info on construction?

koolhandkc on Jul 8, 2013 said:

DANGEROUSLY COOL!

liqdfire on Jul 8, 2013 said:

Interesting, have you built one?

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