schematics for a turboprop engine, aka schematics for a turboprop engine, schematic, turboprop, turbo, prop, and engine
A protocol for assembling aerospace technology.
It tells you how to make a turboprop engine with the following components:
- 30 - o-rings
- 10 - short steel pipes
- 4 - relays
- 4 - piezoelectric ignition circuits
- 2 - rusted radiators
- 2 - bike chains
- 4 - hydraulic cylinders
- 4 - actuated valves
- 16 - titanium plates
- 4 - sheets of aircraft aluminum
- 8 - aircraft aluminum structural members
- 16 - reinforced flex tubes
- 4 - piles of scrap wood
Making this would take decent familiarity with craft and good familiarity with science.
In the upper right corner is a note: 'First discovered by Dr. Nous.'
It weighs about 100 grams. It is a aerospace recipe. You have no idea what it might be worth.