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Crow Pickens
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11 November 2017 10:56 pm

My attempt at a portable stone crusher, been working on it for the past couple of weeks. welded to a piece of channel, leather over out let to try and stop the dust so much. ( and I use a dust mask)1510400315_4639.jpg1510399720_4636.jpg1510400461_4638.jpg
My attempt at a Miller Table, using my 8 inch sluice frame, used green chalk paint, using a small pump to reuse water, all can been run off my vehicle batteries and solar panel on top of vehicle and to recharge the batteries on grinder.1510400872_4642.jpg 1510400894_4649.jpg1510400912_4654.jpg
Now all I got to do is FIND stones to crush.
Thanks for looking
Cheers Crow Pickens


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Muk
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12 November 2017 06:48 am

Looks the goods can you put a photo of inside of the crusher good luck with the gear cheers Muk.

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Goldfreak
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12 November 2017 07:21 am

If you have access to a power supply try letting the contents fall into a bucket then position a vacuum cleaner nossle near but not too close to the outlet and the bucket It will take % 99 of the airbourne dust particals from the bucket and crusher for you. Obviously you will need to tap the filter out later but you can do that inside a plastic bag or somewhere less annoying. I had to crush some rock up in the suburbs once and had to do this. Looks like a great little crusher by the way thumbsup

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Goldfreak
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12 November 2017 07:22 am

Just noticed you have a makita. Maybe one of there 18v vacuums would work if you dont have a plug to use.

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#5

Jaros
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12 November 2017 08:37 am

I like the idea of the rock crusher. thumbsup


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Dolphin
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12 November 2017 04:05 pm

Great ideas mate, your a thinking man,
Dolphin.


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#7

Crow Pickens
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12 November 2017 10:20 pm

Hi.
Thanks for your comments.
Muk. photo of inside. I have only put in two sets of chains, but I have drill the spots for two more if need, it seam to work well with just the two sets.1510484782_4655.jpg
GoldFreak. thanks for your thoughts on vacuum clearner ideal. I seen one being used on a bigger crusher on YouTube. it worked very well for him.
Today I added a PVC pipe bolted onto the end of (sluice) Miller table to catch the heavys before the water goes down into the pump bucket, and I can save on water now. ( less water to carry now, boy water add up in weights very quickly).
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Thanks Jaros, Dolphin for comments, and for the PA member for the Likes.
Thanks again.
Cheers Crow Pickens


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Muk
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13 November 2017 07:59 am

Thanks for the inside photo has given me inspiration to knock one up been thinking about it for awhile now was going to use a old chainsaw for motor but grinder looks the goods lot less noise cheers Muk.

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13 November 2017 08:24 am

That all looks very well made mate, I reckon you'de sell that stuff easy if you were interested in doing so.


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