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Motoman Flamethrower Fuel Tank Pump System

October 17, 2020

Mark Pauline: Assembling the fuel tank pump system for the Motoman flamethrower. The fuel tank is only 10 gallons right now, but it’s modular and you can bolt on extra capacity by adding volume segments at the bulkhead to get up to 40 gallons. It may not seem like much at 9 gallons per minute […]

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Spray Nozzle for the Motoman Flamethrower Arrives!

July 1, 2015

Many pages of paperwork later, Mark finally got the Parker Macrospray ITAR ( International Treaty of Arms Regulation) regulated fuel spray nozzles for the Motoman Flamethrower. Note the restrictions listed on the invoice. These are test nozzles for combustion research. The same macrospray design is used in all the latest fighter jet engines. They generate […]

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Motoman Smoke Test

November 1, 2014

This is a smoke test of the MotoMan Flamethrower. This lightweight Flamethrower will mount onto a Motoman UP50 arm and move around while generating a 20 ft flame. A smoke test is useful for determining the flame length of a blower type flamethrower. The flame will be about 20% longer than the length of the […]

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Motoman Flamethrower Engine Test

October 13, 2014

After fabricating the flamethrower attachment for the Motoman, Mark mounted the engine and tested the irritatingness of its sound effects. Next, 25 ft fire! This is the first start of the 550CC Two Stroke powered Flamethrower for the SRL Motoman UP50 Robot Arm. This is a light weight unit with a mixed flow axial fan […]

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Motoman Expansion Chamber Exhaust Pipe and Radiator

September 7, 2014

Work continues on the Motoman! This month, the Expansion chamber exhasut pipe and radiator are mounted. Almost ready to start. 550cc of two stroke goodness! Track the Motoman progress here  

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Motoman Flamethrower Update

August 18, 2014

Motoman work in progress. This month Mark Pauline has been working on the belt adjuster system for the Motoman Flamethrower. Bottom pulley will spin at 8500 RPM. Watch your fingers…

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Motoman Flamethrower Attachment Update

July 13, 2014

Mark continues to replace the baseball bat gripper on the Motoman (see it in action at the An Explosion of Ungovernable Rage show in Santa Rosa) with a motorized flamethrower. Here are the air flow sheet metal for the flamethrower attachment. The high pressure diesel fuel sprayer will attach to the tip of the cone. […]

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Motoman Flamethrower Attachment Update

July 13, 2014

Mark continues to replace the baseball bat gripper on the Motoman (see it in action at the An Explosion of Ungovernable Rage show in Santa Rosa) with a motorized flamethrower. Here are the air flow sheet metal for the flamethrower attachment. The high pressure diesel fuel sprayer will attach to the tip of the cone. […]

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Motoman Flamethrower Attachment Update

July 13, 2014

Mark continues to replace the baseball bat gripper on the Motoman (see it in action at the An Explosion of Ungovernable Rage show in Santa Rosa) with a motorized flamethrower. Here are the air flow sheet metal for the flamethrower attachment. The high pressure diesel fuel sprayer will attach to the tip of the cone. […]

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Motoman Flamethrower Attachment Update

July 13, 2014

Mark continues to replace the baseball bat gripper on the Motoman (see it in action at the An Explosion of Ungovernable Rage show in Santa Rosa) with a motorized flamethrower. Here are the air flow sheet metal for the flamethrower attachment. The high pressure diesel fuel sprayer will attach to the tip of the cone. […]

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