http://www.lambert-modellturbinen.de/ claims to have the smallest.
Does anyone has Smallest Jet Engine plan ?
as small as "Nano bee" ?
I would love to make small thing.
send it to my email firstname.lastname@example.org I prefer Solidworks file.
9Mb at a time, you can send me up to 1Gb.
IF someoe is doing the smallest project now let me know, I would love to see small jet in progress.
thank you for the reply/info, man my i have been asking this since 2005.
I have a problem accessing the site, may be it's on construction or something, I'll try agian
I just be able to view the site, wow so small.
I wonder if there is the drawing plan ?
I have a CNC to build and I'm willing to DIY.
any suggestion ?
Since it is a commercial design I very much doubt the designer would share the plans.
If you are not scared of designing something yourself, I would suggest looking at Kurt Schrecklings book, and using turbine parts from a small automotive turbocharger. I am considering a similar project and sourced a charger from a "smart" car, which is tiny.
thanks for the reply, from smart car ? tiny ? how tiny ?
can you send me the photos ?
I'm still looking for that http://www.lambert-modellturbinen.de/html/english.html
size plan, well I can wait till someone share that smallest size jet engine plan !
curious about your tiny project though .... send me the photos
btw, I think I will get that kurt's book
Sure, there is this other German guy building these tings, and he has a page about these microturbines here: http://www.technologie-entwicklung.d...ne__kp31_.html
I think most of the "cheap" turbochargers that you can get off eBay are about that small, since most hobbyist use huge charges from race cars or industrial diesel engines for their projects.
Joe, thanks for the info.
I haven't got the kurt's book yet, but willing to find it.
I'm a new for this stuff and my CNC need upgrade if I want to make this.
but "Smart car" parts are tiny.
I wonder how you put it all together and make it running ?
let me know if you finish it or WIP photos will be great.
I saw that german guy... just makes me curious how it works.
I need alot to learn and browsing ...