It’s fully functional as in all parts move as intended in the real thing. Do not confuse it with a real engine, as this is not. It is a model.The creator flips on an electric motor to turn the crank, and you can see the cams and pistons at work.
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It’s an incredibly impressive project.The scale is once again 35% of the original which seems to be a good size for printing and finding fasteners that work and look right.This Subaru engine is not an actual engine. It’s fully functional as in all parts move as intended in the real thing.read more: 3D Printed Engines
It’s incredibly interesting to watch as the demonstrator pulls apart the Subaru powerplant, piece by piece and shows what lies beneath the surface.
The tolerances are a little tighter and depending on your printer the crankshaft might take some tweaking to get it right so that there is not interference while rotating.The builder has a link to all the necessary files in the clip’s YouTube description.