Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum and Stirling engines. I just recently purchased Jim Larsen's "Quick and Easy Stirling Engine" and build my first soda can Stirling Engine. Here' a link to my engine on Youtube: Quick And Easy Stirling Engine tribute
I've been searching or Information on DIY Stirling engine projects and found that it's out there but it's fairly spread out all over the internet. This looks like a good spot to glean some real world experience from some veterans.
Also, I've been inspired to create a website to help newbies quickly find good information on the basics of Stirling engines. My hope is to help as many people as I can by removing as many as many information barriers as possible. My website is still very new and I'm still accumulating information and helpful links. So if anyone has any links of helpful information that I can share on my site by all means please send it my way.
My Stirling information site is http://diystirlingengine.com/
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