Typical LEGO machines use motors to directly drive gears or belts. Brick Technology shows us how LEGO parts can be assembled to move pistons to move a crankshaft, which spins gears attached to a wheel or propeller. They start out with a 1-cylinder engine and gradually ramp it up to a 12-cylinder radial airplane engine.
Do you use pneumatic tools in your workshop or garage? This clever storage system keeps all of your air tool heads organized and at the ready. Each tool head locks securely in place in any orientation, thanks to universal quick-connectors. Sold in packs of five, they include mounting hardware for wood or metal installations.
Despite the science that proves that wearing masks can dramatically reduce transmission of COVID-19 and other illnesses, some people are still refusing to wear them. To solve this problem, engineer Allen Pan decided to build a device that can pneumatically launch a mask onto someone else’s face from a distance.