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06: Shopmade Combination Belt-Disc Sander powered by a washing machine motor. Combination 1 in Belt, 12 in Disc Sander, using pulleys from an exercise machine, and a washing machine motor.If you want to support this channel or just see If you like washing machine motorMore
DIY Mini Belt Sander : I made a simple Belt Grinder Machine using scrap material.The electric motor was an original 550w hydromassage pump.At 2400 rpm, the belt goes to 15 m / s.The base is made of 120 mm "C" iron profile.The wheels are original spare parts of 1More
Jun 5, 2020 #DIY #machine #grindingmachine Well, here is another machine for my workshop, now it is the grinding one. I will keep making machines in the near future, let .. Saved from youtube. DIY grinding machine out of a washing machine engine. #DIY #machine #grindingmachine Well, here is another machine for my workshop, now it is the grinding one. I will keep making machines in theMore
Disc Sander. Motor from the washing machine 180W. Dec 25, 2018 Hello. Disc Sander. Motor from the washing machine 180W. Dec 25, 2018 Hello. Disc Sander. Motor from the washing machine 180W. Explore. DIY and Crafts. DIY Techniques and Supplies . Antique Tools.. Saved from homemadetools.net. Homemade Disc Sander. Hello. Disc Sander. Motor from the washing machine 180W. Washing MachineMore
The purpose of this site is to demonstrate a very simple belt sander that can be made from an old motor very quickly in your shop. I encourage you to use as much “local resource” as possible. By local resources, I mean any old junk you’ve already got laying around. If I say “use 3/4″ plywood” but you’ve got 5/8.then use what you’ve got! These machinesMore
If you do get a washing machine motor try and grab the whole machine then in the comfort of your own home you can take your time to work out how the wiring went. If like me you were on a time budget to get it away from your parents sub-Arctic outside shed just cut it out and get as much of the electronics as possible. To extract the motor, turn the machineMore