'W.A. COOMBER'S' ROTARY STEAM ENGINE

'W.A. COOMBER'S' ROTARY STEAM ENGINE
The Rotary Engine on which the model is based was invented by Mr. W.A.Coomber, engineer of Scotland Street, Ironworks, Birmingham, and described in "The Engineer" on January 21st 1876.
The Model is designed by Tubal Cain including a contemporary gramme ring dynamo for it to drive, both are the subject of a detailed constructional series in "Engineering in Miniature".
An unusual and interesting engine to build and fascinating to run at tickover or at high speed.

A Constructional Series in "Engineering in Miniature" commenced October 1990, Vol 12 No. 5 by Tubal Cain

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Versions available:
Drawings - CR201
Full set of 16 castings - CR202
Four ball race - CR203
Construction notes - CR205