Beam Engine Jake
What is a Beam Engine and How does it Work?
A beam engine is a type of steam engine where a pivoted overhead beam is used to apply the force from a vertical pistonto a vertical connecting rod.
Beam engines were first used to pump water out of mines or into canals, but could be used to pump water to supplement the flow for a waterwheel powering a mill.
Check out my blog post for assembly instructions and a brief history of beam engines
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|Base and components.stl||2 MB|
|Cylinder Pin.stl||81 KB|
|Drive Wheel Arm.stl||42 KB|
|Drive Wheel.stl||105 KB|
|Left Pin Top.stl||575 KB|
|Piston Arm.stl||44 KB|
|Piston pin.stl||81 KB|
|Rocker Arm Pin Cover.stl||458 KB|
|Rocker Arm Pin.stl||77 KB|
|Wheel pin cover.stl||610 KB|
|Wheel Pin.stl||81 KB|
|Wheel shaft pin cover.stl||610 KB|
|Wheel Shaft Pin.stl||346 KB|
|Wheel Shaft.stl||346 KB|
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