The smallest Stirling engine?

This is a follow-up to my last post about small Stirling engines. This video shows one that might be the world’s smallest.  It was made by Günter Bettinger, who has a web site which shows some of the very beautiful and interesting engines he’s made.   It’s in German, but you can see Google’s English translation of it here.   By the way, Günter is a paraplegic.

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