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    1. Kit: , by (Established Member) Bender_13 is offline
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      Hello


      I have times interesting project in attacked taken.

      Daimler 1885 model engine, Replika on a scale approx. 1:3




      (Picture from the original engine Mercedes the Benz museum in Stuttgart)

      “The original, called “the Standuhr”, was one of the first engines built by God-dear Daimler. It was used as drive of the “gasoline-driven engine carriage” and a boat. It was the first “high-speed” combustion engine. At that time approx. 700 rpm were meant.

      Particularly interesting is also the controlling of the exhaust valve. This takes place via a cam disc, whereby a slide ring in a slot of the crankshaft operates the valve via a bumper. Functions also in the model perfectly. “

      Technical data of the model:
      Height of the engine: 320mm,
      Flywheel diameter: 95mm, drilling 20mm

      Manufacturer: classic engine
      Yardstick: 1:3
      Price approx.: 259€ (cast part-corrode 11 parts + accessory kit 4 parts)

      Additional material necessarily e.g.: Brass round material, brass tubes, screws etc. (not in cast part-corrode contained).
      The 15 parts from cast part-corrode must all still be worked on, additionally must still 69 further individual parts be made.
      On the basis the plans provided, for a model construction amateur, with experiences in the rotation and milling, no problem should represent.
      A CD with photos to the individual sections can be acquired additionally.

      Interesting, full-functional model engine from aluminum casting Daimler 1885 model engine, Replika on a scale approx. 1:3, fully functionally , iron and brass. Presupposed one has entrance to a turning lathe and a milling machine.

      First I show you the individual parts like I it from Modelengines, castin kits received. On the side can see to her also a video of the running engine.



      Crank case (exterior)



      Crank case (inside)


      Steering box, wheel, cylinder head




      Crankcheek 2x


      Control disk, bush, piston


      Piston rod, crank handle, piston ring, O-ring, control segment



      When have I the crank case inside turned off first, afterwards have I a wave by the central hole put and bolts. Subsequently, I aligned and pinned the two halves. to the conclusion I could bore the holes for the screws.










      Jens


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  1. Bender_13's Avatar Established Member
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    Hello

    As the first I soldered into my vehicle identification plate still 4 rivets.


    Those are now the last individual parts for my engine.


    And in such a way the finished gasoline line looks out.


    And at the model.





    And to the conclusion still a few pictures of the finished Daimler.

















    The next days I will start times a first attempt the engine to run to bring. Possibly I must still make a few small changes in the carburetor or the air supply.
    I over my attempts will up to date hold you and run a video adjust as soon as he. Afterwards I will then still paint the engine.


    I hope it had fun at my model and you the building report fell.


    Jens


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    Beautiful Wunderbar, let hear it go tuf tuf.
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  3. Bender_13's Avatar Established Member
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    Hello

    It runs!!!

    Necessary material:
    Super gasoline, oil, battery, cable and drill press with rubber role.



    Today I started the first test run.
    I do not have to admit I was safe to me whether it start and run.
    With the first attempt with the Akkubohrmaschine was apparent the maximum number of revolutions too small. With my large drill press and a higher number of revolutions it folded then directly on the first attempt.

    But see even:





    MfG Jens


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  4. 3.Star's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
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    The creature lives!!! Congrats, Jens, was a real pleasure to watch this built.

    Cheers
    Michael
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    Congratulations,
    I have followed your build from the start and was impressed by the high quality of your work. It's always a great feeling when all that work pays off with a nicely running engine.
    gbritnell
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    That's the sound we waited for, bravo
    Now get back to the model T
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    Mensch, das ist Fabelhaft Jens
    Regards

    Ton
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  8. Bender_13's Avatar Established Member
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    Hello

    Thanks for your congratulations.


    @ Egon
    With the model T I continue at the earliest in the autumn.
    The summer over will I again fell time on my bicycle to spend.


    Jens


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    That is some fine model work, and to get it to work is amazing skills
    It's easier to destroy, than it is to create
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