Im looking to build a simple mill engine but would like it to be larger than what is currently available typically fly wheel Dia of around 4". I have heard of an engine named Tina which is supposed to have a fly wheel of around 6" Dia. Can you offer any light on this model or indeed know of any other large mill engines to build. Many thanks regards Alan
4" Foster agricultural traction engine running and a 4" scale Foster 7NHP double crank compound showmans road loco under construction with a 5" Gauge Alco WDLR 2-6-2(Mountaineer) under construction as a gap filler.
Most of Anthony Mounts designs are good and quite often a bit unusual, bruce engineering sell the castings for most or you can make some from scratch. I've just done his Benson engine but to a bigger scale see this
Just thought I would say ordered a set of parts to build the Brunel side rod engine having arranged to collect the parts I was spoilt for choice ending up buying the model called the Tandam Compound the parts are first class even got the drawings and a bag of material chucked in thanks for a great visit Graham nice to see the foundry in full flow will be in touch
Hello have just completed the Tandam Compound engine castings bought from Brunel Models one issue with a casting but sorted within a week. Thanks again Mr Brunel will be in touch for round two and cheers for the catalogue you kindly sent me
Morning everyone, I am 81 and have just bought a very nice Myford Super 7B with all that I need to build a simple stationary horizontal engine. I do not have a lot of spare time as I am a live-in carer for a friend with M.S. and also am an organist playing for weddings and funerals plus Sunday mornings playing at church which is where the cash was earned to buy the lathe and mill. I would like a simple design with no castings that I can make from stock. Any suggestions for such a design (preferably to download) would be very welcome. I joined a local club but was made so welcome that I rarely go over there. Many thanks Drawstop.