You can make this awesomely complex motor in your own home

3D printers have revolutionized the process of explaining complex ideas with visual aids, and now that someone has done all the hard work, thank you, Eric Harrell, and designed a working, 3D printed WRX motor, it’s time to get that new living room center piece you’ve always wanted.

Engineering Explained does a great job breaking down how the flat four boxer engine works, outlining the advantages to the unorthodox layout. Take five minutes and treat yourself to some engineering know-how.

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