Cardboard Ww1 Airplane Engine

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Intro: Cardboard Ww1 Airplane Engine

I had no idea  there are others out there......

Step 1: Tools and Stuff

things you need... measuring tape/ good glue gun lots of glue blades,insomnia,OCD...

Step 2: Gather...

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Step 8: Lots of CIRCLES

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use something like the edge of the a washing machine to bend.....

Step 12: Circles

Step 13: Sad

Step 14: Rocker Arms

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Step 17: All Cardboard and Hot Glue Only......

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    27 Discussions

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    polymarkos

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Where did you get the drawings on which you based your design? Did you have a technical layout of the engine?

    A most impressive piece of work.

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    inventor2

    5 years ago on Step 17

    O.K. own up you are the original Tony Stark, if you can build a rotary engine just with cardboard,locked in your cellar. I couldn't imagine what you could do with the right materials -IRON MAN.

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    vast5000

    7 years ago on Introduction

    wow, excellent work man!

    Seeing this makes me think that you might be interested in a group that I co-created called Boxwars.
    It seems you have already begun....

    www.boxwars.com
    enjoy!

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    timmy01angelabchua

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for the positive comment... I'm never bored though,and I will make you anything you want.....

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    angelabchuatimmy01

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Haha well in that case!! Id love a unicorn with a real beating heart. Hahah. No, but really..... phenomenal work. I have forwarded that to everyone I know and they are completely blown away. It's absolutely Amazing!!!

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    shikaku

    8 years ago on Introduction

    nice work! in case you were wondering, that's called a wasp engine im pretty sure. or at least henry ford museum taught me that2

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    This looks totally awesome but it could use a lot more text. I see the pictures but it would be handy if there was text explaining the pictures and giving exact measurements, telling us what to watch out for, etc.

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    Just saw several of these a few days ago and i have to say it's insanely accurate! well done.