Build your Own DM119 Turbofan Engine Kits with NadaQueHacer | Stirlingkit

Build your Own DM119 Turbofan Engine Kits with NadaQueHacer | Stirlingkit

Build your Own DM119 Turbofan Engine Kits with NadaQueHacer | Stirlingkit

This $1,000 turbine isn't just a toy, it's a challenge that requires patience and skill. Its high-quality components and precision design make it more of an engineering art than a simple recreational product. While many may view it as an entertainment tool, in fact, it is far more complex and feature-rich than a simple toy.

First, let’s start with product packaging and accessories. The packaging design of the turbine is eye-catching and the interior of the box is richly detailed and impressive. The included screwdriver and various keys have different nut tightening functions, making assembly easy. The simple design of these assemblers makes the assembly process smoother. In addition, the manufacturer also thoughtfully provides a complete and detailed instruction manual with a total of 1,000 parts and a difficulty level of six stars, suitable for users aged 14 and above. Assembling the turbine is said to take at least 10 hours and is a challenging task.

During assembly, the various parts of the turbine take on an impressive sense of texture and weight. The manufacturer used metal parts, some of which are even made of steel, rather than 3D printing like other products, adding to the overall sturdiness. This not only improves the accuracy of complex models, but also makes them appear stronger. The various components are carefully packaged in different boxes to ensure neat and orderly assembly. The details in product design are particularly outstanding, and every part is precision manufactured. In addition, the product is also equipped with control devices, allowing users to operate more flexibly.

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It took me two hours to put everything together, and everything was where it was supposed to be, with clear instructions even in the packaging. Next is attaching the many screws and blades together. In the process, I'm trying to show you this green area, this part looks pretty good.

Connection of parts

Then I started connecting the various pieces together. There are some parts called blades that need to be installed carefully and ensure they are tightened correctly. This process needs to be done with caution because if it is not oriented correctly, it can cause parts to come loose.

research instructions

By carefully observing the colors and shapes and names of the parts in the instructions, I successfully identified the correct location of each component and how to connect it. This helped me avoid some common mistakes.

Continue to assemble

I continued putting the pieces together, including the compressor, etc. Along the way I noticed a few small adjustments that needed to be made, but overall everything went pretty smoothly.

Errors and corrections

During the assembly process, I made a few mistakes, such as initially installing some parts in the wrong orientation. Fortunately, I caught it in time and corrected it to make sure everything was on the right track.

Of course, care needs to be taken to ensure the correct orientation and tightness of each component throughout the entire assembly process. The order in which you tighten the screws is also important to ensure everything is securely fastened.

As the assembly progressed, I noticed the delicate connections between these blades and components. What looks amazing is that these blades are made of cast iron while other parts are made of aluminum. Overall the design and construction of this turbine is very satisfactory.

Next, I set about assembling the other part of the compressor. This part was equally fascinating, especially when I attached the rings to the blades, making sure each blade was placed correctly and tightened.

During this process, every tiny component needs to be arranged carefully to ensure everything is in order.

First, each part has a specific location and orientation. Some small holes must be accurately aligned, and small pieces also need to pay attention to their tilt direction when installing. These tiny details are very important to the entire assembly process.

Inside the turbine we find some key components such as the inlet and spinner. Even though some parts cannot be seen directly, they play a vital role in the operation of the turbine.

In the area of the burner, the fuel is mixed through the nozzles, forming the core of combustion. During this process, I paid special attention to some key gaskets that prevent friction and ensure the turbine can operate properly.

Finally, we come to the drive section of the turbine. The various parts are interconnected by cleverly designed bearings, allowing the entire turbine to rotate smoothly. While tightening all the screws I made sure every detail was taken care of.

During assembly, I found a few minor errors, such as the gauge and color markings of some screws. Despite these minor issues, they didn't hinder the overall assembly process. The tools and instructions mentioned in the manual are critical, especially for such a complex model.

Through assembly, I was able to see how the internal parts of the turbine connect to each other to create power. There are many key parts inside a turbine, such as the compressor, combustion zone, and turbine, that work together to compress air, burn it, and ultimately generate power.

The manual also explains some ways to separate the turbine without completely disassembling it. This design allows us to gain greater insight into the inner workings of the turbine.

Finally, I managed to put all the parts together into an impressive turbine model. This guy is quite spectacular, the overall weight is around 5kg and has a pleasant control lever through which we can smoothly control the speed of the turbine.

This turbine has a cool boost potentiometer, as well as a start button. When I pushed the button, it started roaring into life, and with the joystick I could easily adjust the speed, as if I were at the controls of a real jet engine.

During the experiment, I found that at different speeds, the turbine would emit completely different sounds, and the rotation speed would also change accordingly. What’s particularly interesting is that when I put my hands near the vents, I can feel the breeze blowing, as if real power is being born in my hands.

The turbine also shows some ingenuity in the design of the air outlets when it is running, which makes the entire body more realistic. Of course, this is just a model and different from a real jet engine, but it provides a very vivid scene for learning and education.

During assembly, I noticed a few minor issues, such as the gauge and color markings of some of the screws. However, this did not affect the overall assembly process, on the contrary, these small challenges made the whole experience more interesting.

I even considered making some personalized modifications to it, or adding some LED lights to the body to make the whole model more creative and interesting. Through this sharing, I hope you can also feel the unique charm of this turbine!

Throughout the process, I realized the amount of engineering effort required to build a jet engine, as well as the knowledge gained from working on a model like this. This was a very educational project, and by assembling this model by hand, I gained a deeper understanding of the structure and workings of a jet engine. This model is extremely well made and I enjoyed every step of the way building it. Overall, it was a satisfying experience.

1 comment

  • Pat: January 24, 2024

    Just taken delivery of mine. I see on AliExpress there is a new “super” version of the DM119.
    Does anyone know what additions this has?
    Anyone know what additions this has

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