Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: With that in mind, I went to the local scrap yard for metal. I found some engineering charts online that help determine the clamp load ratings of different bolt sizes.
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This way I could stick the plunger through the metal and weld it from the top and bottom to give it a stronger base. Simple and easy to build.
Luckily, I can always switch it out with a more powerful one if I ever need more pressure. From there, I cut everything to its proper length and drilled a series of holes through the two vertical beams that are spaced 2.
It is a pain to figure out but on the plus side, I can remove the base platform whenever I want without cutting anything. I know I know another press question, but I didn't find the information I wanted with a search. Do you remember hydrajlic the bore of the cylinder is and what pressure the pump produces? It also has 2 very large dia.
That's one handsome piece of work, elegant in its simplicity. Let me know if I can help.
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I bolted mine together with 8 one hycraulic grade eight bolts per side for a total of 32 bolts tying it together. For the hydraulics, I used a 20 ton press from Harbor Freight. I've tested the press against it's own table up to tons and there's no flexing, creaking, popping like there is with the Chinese stuff.
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In case you aren't familiar with a Wilson there is one a little over half way down in this post. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: The last part to be made is the adjustable base platform. Another thing about is when to install this piece onto whole press. I have been looking for a good press around here for some time now and can't find anything but the bottle jack imports. The frame would be 7 ft.
Pres cage saved my bacon on more than one occasion. To secure them, I welded a full chain link to the top bar and a half a link to the bottom bar. What are the exact dimensions of the U-shaped beams?
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Login to Your Account. I have taken it to 90 tons with my enerpac 10,psi pump but I run it with a 5 hp vickers psi piston pump for everyday use.
Originally Posted by CarterHendricks. At thirty cents a pound, I filled the back of my truck with 25 feet of U-shaped metal beams. I know that channel iron becomes less plsns less desirable as the tonnage goes up, but that is what I'm most likely to find.
Before welding the plunger, I drilled a hole through the cross member. Metal Head, A few questions. Please tell us more about how you did this