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- UGears PNEUMATIC ENGINE is a small but fully functional mechanical model of a steam engine.
- One just needs to blow into a special socket or use an ordinary air balloon, and Pneumatic Engine will start its operation.
- The most amazing thing about 3D puzzle is that this craft set is made entirely of plywood! The engine has a built-in air pressure tachometer and two built-in compartments for spare parts.
- MADE FOR SELF ASSEMBLY, NO GLUE REQUIRED – Follow the instructions provided in the booklet and assemble 3D puzzle with some exciting and engaging fun.
- PERFECT BIRTHDSY GIFT – Present it to a teen or someone fond of music; it is also great for those who like to collect unique items and exhibit interesting products in their living room.
- Kit contains all required components and no glue is required
- Precision laser cut plywood. Only requires assembly.
- UGears Mechanical Models are self-propelled, mechanical wooden model assembly kits.
- Perfect for family projects, puzzle enthusiasts, and hands-on STEM learning
- 81 parts
- Assembly time: 2 hours
- Model size 162x78x100mm
Ugears DIY wooden self-propelled 3D puzzle Pneumatic Engine
Be a part of the once great era of steam with just a breath of air. The Pneumatic Engine is a small but fully functional example of a steam engine, except it uses air pressure instead of steam to set it in motion. Use an ordinary inflated balloon and watch the pistons and gears chug along just like the locomotive engines of yesteryear. The model comes with a built-in air pressure gauge and two compartments for storage and spare parts.
Self-assembly: No glue required
Ready to Build
Ugears models are made from sustainably sourced, laser cut plywood sheets. Everything you need is inside the box, so you can get building right away.
No batteries, no electricity, just Ugears. All mechanical models are powered by the ingenious mechanisms built by you. Just wind up your model and watch it come to life.
Pieces have been designed so they will either click or slide into place. No glue or any other kind of adhesive is needed to build your model.
Models take inspiration from real life inventors and engineers, such as Da Vinci and Galileo. Learn the history behind the model as you build.