30 Best Pictures of Machine this Week – June 19th to June 26th, 2012

1. A BIG F*CKING Turbocharger 



2. Because of its large size, the C-5 Galaxy must eat twice its bodyweight in smaller aircraft per week to maintain its active lifestyle.


3. Wartsila-Sulzer 12 cylinder Marine Diesel Crankshaft and Crankcase


4. Cast, unmachined crankshaft for a 12 cylinder Rolls Royce Merlin Engine


5. Got a chance to look at Orbital’s antares Rocket.


6. SR-71 Blackbird – Pratt & Whitney J58


7. Crankshaft (Evergreen Aviation Museum, Oregon)


8. 1949 Cadillac V8 OHV


9. Monstrous bucket wheel excavator 


10. Schwerer gustav, circa 1940. 


11. DC 3 still flying freight on Cape Cod MA


12. G-BOAA Concorde, Museum of Flight, East Fortune 


13. A night shot of the AC-130 Spectre Gunship


14. A caultron “racetrack” uranium reinery at the Y-12 plant in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, during the Manhattan Project. This is where the fuel for our early atomic weapons came from.


15. Cross-section of a high-performance Carl Zeiss Microscope Objective


16. The 150 brake horse power 1cylinder Crossley gas engine. Manufactured in 1915. 


17. The Gepanzerte Transport-Kraftfahrzeug (GTK Boxer) main engine & chassis 


18. By Request Sulzer RTA Cylinder heads.


19. S-IVB – The 3rd Stage of Saturn V


20. Monumental crane ndsm-werf – amsterdam, the netherlands

21. rc camera helicopter – eindhoven, the netherlands


22. Douglas C-47 Skytrain 


23. Wartsila-Sulzer RTA96-C pistons and connection rods


24. If the C-5 Galaxy ever runs low on aircraft, it is common for it to eat boats.

25. A nice cut away of a turbocharger 


26. NASA Guppy riding out a snow storm in El Paso, TX


27. For perspective, here is a really small turbocharger


28. Gas Works Park, Seattle WA 


29. Close up on Zeppelin strut construction 


30. US Navy Landing Craft Air Cushion-class hovercraft. With 12 HMMVVs on board.