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Hydraulic lifting table

Discussion in 'Other Builds' started by Joonie65, Nov 30, 2017.

  1. Joonie65

    Joonie65 Well-Known
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    Joonie65 published a new build:

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  2. Mark Carew

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    Such a cool Build! Thank you for sharing @Joonie65 :thumbsup:
     
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  3. pizzaman85

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    this is an excellent design, is there by chance any plans for this
     
  4. Joonie65

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    No i am sorry, it is not that difficult, it is important that you have good tools
    to make it possible.
     
  5. Denis Lapratte

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    Coool project, looks like a pro table; probably better than many tables sold.

    I'm using a similar system to build a scissor lift table to make concrete countertops. How do you secure the wheel on the moving part of the lift to the scissor leg? I see you have some pins and washers that fit the size of the wheels. Are the wheels removable or do you put the pin through the scissor leg and wheel and then weld the washer on the other side to the pin?

    Again very inspiring build.
     
  6. Joonie65

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    Hi Dennis,

    Sorry for my late response.:sleepy:
    Yes all the wheels are removable and the shafts are secured with a bolt through the plate that is welded to the shaft.
    You can see it in my video on 00:17 min. if that's what you meant?
     
  7. Denis Lapratte

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    I'm about ready to start my build, but I noticed that the pivot point of the scissor legs are not centered. Any reason why they are not centered? My design has it right in the middle, so I wonder if your design has something I should adopt.
     

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