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DIY Vibratory Tumbler [Project]
posted January 16 2014 11:03.47 by spic0m




Jake von Slatt bought a vibrator tumbler a while ago for one of his projects, only problem was that it failed shortly thereafter. The solution was one, keep still working parts and replace the defects from scrap laying around in the workshop, even if that includes some VW beetle brake drums!



[Link: The Steampunk Workshop]
 
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