Lunar Rush

The Inspired Engine

A project in North Parramatta, AU by Martin Garnett

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A 3D printed pneumatic motor that uses a low friction Rolamite piston. This is a proof of concept prototype.
Backers: 29
Average Pledge Per Backer: $95 AUD

Funded: $2,754 AUD of $2,375 AUD
Dates: Oct 26th -> Nov 25th (31 days)
Project By: Martin Garnett
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November 10th - via:
When is achieving a Kickstarter target more than a financial result? Imagine being in a prison cell and having an idea. Not just any idea, but an idea that could really “matter”. An idea that could really “make a difference”. Then imagine... (Read More)

Target Achieved!

November 9th - via:
Wow. Thanks you so very much. The target has been achieved!  Truly, you will be impressed by what you have enabled via your contribution to this project. The prototype is "on track" to be ready by December 23rd. Then the real work begins. The full... (Read More)

First PLA print, an engineering milestone.

November 7th - via:
Dear Project BackersAn engineering milestone is underway as I write this. The first, "fit test" print of the engine case is underway. This is a PLA plastic print, just to check the tolerances and get the crank shaft correctly "seated".  The ABS one... (Read More)

Three weeks to go.

November 4th - via:
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the Kickstarter campaign. The challenge now is whether we can achieve a further 24% in 21 days? Given that we have achieved 76% in just over a week, you'd think the 24% in three weeks would be a "shoe-in"... (Read More)

Day One

October 27th - via:
Thank you Dear friends thank you for the amazing effort you put into day one of this Kickstarter campaign. To have achieved 49 percent on day 1 is beyond my most optimistic of estimations.  Sometimes a Kickstarter campaign is about more than an... (Read More)

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