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16511Re: [multimachine] Re: Jeremmy in Kenya has a problem

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  • John Kiely
    Dec 2, 2012
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      Sometimes you have to use what is to hand.
      But agreed a simple standard drum would be too thin, so in that case you could fill it with concrete and fix a metal shaft through the center?
      This would give the weight needed, an axle through the center, if metal is in short supply it need only go some of the way through and even if the outer metal skin starts to break and wear it shouldn't matter to much.
       
      John Kiely (IRL)

      From: Pat Delany <rigmatch@...>
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      Have to  find out for sure, but I think Jeremmy was told to build a roller from a drum. Really too thin material in my mind.

      From: Wes Jones <wes@...>
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