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That would be perfect for powering a Bullshit Grinder.
 
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I have to admit that it doesn't have a lot of value - other than demonstration.  I thought it was good at showing how that sort of engine works.

I think it is a good post for a forum called "meaningless drivel"

 
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That is a very cool project to demonstrate how a steam engine works. There are many other projects on the guys web page
http://woodgears.ca/

more machines
http://woodgears.ca/machines.html

Check out the marble ,machines at the page bottom.
http://woodgears.ca/machines.html

 
                          
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I would imagine that this is basically how any rotating air powered tool works.
 
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