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Bought Sterling Engine for son

Discussion in 'Computers, Science & Technology' started by William Weiler, Jan 12, 2021.

  1. William Weiler

    William Weiler Ad Astra V.I.P Member

    Oct 9, 2020
    Science toys are hard to find and too expensive. This Chinese site luckily had some. I ran this hot air sterling engine ($47) in the video.

    Here is the site:

    Hot Air Stirling Engine Model Electricity Power Generator Motor Toy Kits Gift

    I got a plasma ball, a plastic organ human, some clicky balls and a newton kind of balance thing. The idea is to get him motivated into science and technology (in this case engines). He isn't that interested in the cars yet, although he made a joke to other kids about asphalt last Sunday.
    • Winner Winner x 4