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jose19671964
Posted: Sunday, August 04, 2019 5:47:25 PM
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Hello everyone.

I ask you a question.

I am looking for the drawings, drawings or some other document that helps me to size a tire manipulator. Like the one in the picture.

Do you have, or do you know, any of you how to make me with them. ?

Thanks for your help




https://www.tito.com/tire-handler-for-mining-industry/


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Posted: Sunday, August 04, 2019 10:43:27 PM

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Weserhutte
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I was thinking of trying to make one of these, but I just don't have the time to work on such a project. Stellar have the best and most complete drawings I found. There are PDFs with general drawings like the one below and exploded drawings with every nut and bolt on several different sizes here.

craneman13
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i actually have one on my work bench at this time. will advise when it is worthy of a photo.
jose19671964
Posted: Monday, August 05, 2019 6:44:36 PM
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Many thanks for your information.
Yes I can build the model I promise to attach the files so that everyone has the opportunity to build an equal one


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jose19671964
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craneman13 wrote:
i actually have one on my work bench at this time. will advise when it is worthy of a photo.


I appreciate your help.
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jose19671964
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I need to have some measure to calculate each of the pieces that make up the model.
Weserhutte
Posted: Wednesday, August 07, 2019 2:11:06 AM
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jose19671964 wrote:
I need to have some measure to calculate each of the pieces that make up the model.


I couldn't find anything like that online.

Do you know the PDFs can be infinitely scaled up or down as needed?
jose19671964
Posted: Wednesday, August 07, 2019 6:35:57 PM
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Weserhutte wrote:
jose19671964 wrote:
I need to have some measure to calculate each of the pieces that make up the model.


I couldn't find anything like that online.

Do you know the PDFs can be infinitely scaled up or down as needed?


Yes I know.
But I need some real reference to be able to make the complete drawing. I need a measure of some of its components or parts.
Dex
Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2019 5:05:15 PM

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Have you considered emailing the company directly, explaining your project, and asking for schematics? So long as they know it's for hobby, they may share.
jose19671964
Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2019 6:21:38 PM
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Dex wrote:
Have you considered emailing the company directly, explaining your project, and asking for schematics? So long as they know it's for hobby, they may share.


Hi.
Yes, I have sent several emails.
I am waiting to receive an answer from one of the manufacturers.
For now I have not had luck.Sad Sad Sad
Exkvate3140
Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2019 10:19:34 PM
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I tried that with Pipe Master, the company that makes forks for the back of flat beds that deliver reinforced concrete pipe and they told me no because of the competition. That was the engineering office of the company. I had told them that it was strictly for hobby purposes only but that did not make a difference with them.
Steve
jose19671964
Posted: Wednesday, August 14, 2019 7:12:19 PM
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Exkvate3140 wrote:
I tried that with Pipe Master, the company that makes forks for the back of flat beds that deliver reinforced concrete pipe and they told me no because of the competition. That was the engineering office of the company. I had told them that it was strictly for hobby purposes only but that did not make a difference with them.
Steve


For now I have not had luck.
None of the manufacturers I have written to have responded.
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