Danie Jacobs
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Open Ring Roller - Homemade ring roller constructed with one side open to enable removal of complete rings without the necessity of dismantling part of the machine. Rollers are formed out of multiple roller bearings, so varying sizes can be inserted simultaneously to create different profiles.

Open Ring Roller - Homemade ring roller constructed with one side open to enable removal of complete rings without the necessity of dismantling part of the machine. Rollers are formed out of multiple roller bearings, so varying sizes can be inserted simultaneously to create different profiles.

This project was inspired by a friend asking me to build a go-kart for his kids...got a bit carried away. Flat-packable and incorporating a foot brake, CNC routed from plywood, mostly snap together with just a few screws. Road tested down the port hills in Christchurch, including a spectacular crash (durability testing...). Inquiries welcome on this, we would love to make a few more

This project was inspired by a friend asking me to build a go-kart for his kids...got a bit carried away. Flat-packable and incorporating a foot brake, CNC routed from plywood, mostly snap together with just a few screws. Road tested down the port hills in Christchurch, including a spectacular crash (durability testing...). Inquiries welcome on this, we would love to make a few more

Dust Collection for Dedicated Bench by the.hogman - I have a dedicated bench for deburring and polishing. as such, I took some special liberties with it that some shops might not be able to afford the room to do. To minimize dust floating, I drilled holes through the bench and attached a PVC piping system to a shop vac. As you can see, I made troughs under the wheels to catch the throw off. This is immediately sucked down and out. The end of the trunk line under the bench was heated wit...

Dust Collection for Dedicated Bench by the.hogman - I have a dedicated bench for deburring and polishing. as such, I took some special liberties with it that some shops might not be able to afford the room to do. To minimize dust floating, I drilled holes through the bench and attached a PVC piping system to a shop vac. As you can see, I made troughs under the wheels to catch the throw off. This is immediately sucked down and out. The end of the trunk line under the bench was heated wit...