Introduction: Adjustable Pipe Roller and Transfer Wrench

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If you have a problem to rolling and transfer the circular

sections(round pipe and shafts) without varying the centre with less friction these will find an suitable replacement for it.

I too have the same problem so I have made it. In 3rd Image you can see your conventional method used for these purpose. It can roll the section well but it can’t transfer and height adjustment also tough.

By using these wrench we can roll or transfer pipe of outer/shaft diameter 50mm to 300mm.

Step 1: Bill of Materials

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Bill Of Materials

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM

Standard available materials

2002 Ball Transfer---------------- 2 pieces

Button head M6 x 25 bolt------ 6 pieces

(High Tension)

M6 Nut------------------------------ 6 pieces

25mm square clamp------------- 8 set

M10 x 35 M.S hex bolts--------- 16 pieces

(In some cases available with clamp)

M24 x 240 M.S hex bolts-------- 2 pieces

M24 M.S Nuts---------------------- 4 pieces(6 if lock nut is needed)

25 MM x 182 forged rod--------- 1 piece

Fabrication raw material

M.S hot rolled steel plates

10 x 100 x 252---------------------- 2 pieces

16 x 100 x 300---------------------- 2 pieces

16 x 100 x 300------------------------ 1 piece

10 x 300 x 450----------------------- 1 piece

10 x 300 x 350----------------------- 1 piece

Round section

Ø 50 length 48 M.S shaft--------- 2 pieces

Ø 24 length 40 M.S shaft--------- 4 pieces

Inner Ø 27 outer Ø 32 M.S Pipe-2 pieces

Square section

25 x 25 length 100 cold rolled M.S shaft------2 pieces

FOR EACH PART DETAILED DIAGRAM HAS BEEN ATTACHED.

Step 2: Part 1 Fabrication

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Bend and drill the plates of dimension 10 x 100 x 252 as per

diagram.

Bore 26mm in 50 mm shaft.

Now Place the plate and shaft in the plate of dimension 16 x 100 x 300 and weld it.

2---- sets ( have to be prepared)

Step 3: Part 2 Fabrication

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Take the plate 16 x 100 x 300 make the drill and bend.

After make the rivet at the holes with inner diameter of 26.

1----set ( have to be prepared)

Step 4: Part 3 Fabrication

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An 25mm x 200 rod forged at an end and makes length of 182.

1---set ( have to be prepared)

Step 5: Part 4 Fabrication

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An M24 nut has been taken both ends are welded with Ø24 x 40 rod.

2---- sets ( have to be prepared)

Step 6: Part 5 Fabrication

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Both ends of 25 x 25 shaft have machined to diameter of 24mm

length 30mm on each end.

And the pipe inner Ø 27 x outer Ø32 has to be welded at centre of the shaft.

2---- sets ( have to be prepared)

Step 7: Part 6 Fabrication

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The plate 10 x 300 x 450 slotted at both side of dimension

45 x 40 with fillet 10 and bended as per diagram.

1---set ( have to be prepared)

Step 8: Part 7 Fabrication

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Plate 10 x 300 x 350 has been chamfered at four corners.

1---set. ( have to be prepared)

Step 9: Assembly

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1) & 2.)Ball transfer has been mounted on part 1 and fastened.

3 )Part 1 get mate with hole provision of part 2 and pivoted using part 3.

4.)Part 5 get assembled with 25mm square clamp as dimension shown in diagram. square clamp welded with part

5.)At both ends of part 6 square clamp welded as per dimensions shown in diagram and part 4 assemble with the square clamp.

6.)Part 6 and part 7 are welded as mate in the diagram.

Step 10: Finished

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Now it ready you load pipe of outer diameter from 50mm to 300mm.

Comments

VinithC (author)2016-02-11

Awesome Janartharaja Awesome

jayeshshinai (author)2015-05-19

Good idea agreed. Are these bearings dust proof? rust proof? i have never used those kind before..

Here I have used type of bearing called as ball transfer it will resist towards dust. Not towards rust. For rust proof ball transfer are available visit website http://www.skf.com/us/products/other-products/skf-ball-transfer-units/index.html you can get it..
Thank you.

Bhagatji (author)2015-05-19

Good idea but I think it is not practical for heavy jobs(pipes)

janartharaja (author)Bhagatji 2015-05-19

For the pipe wall thickness upto 12mm this design is more enough. If you need this for heavy pipes and shafts we can make some changes if you need it for those purpose I can do it.

tomatoskins (author)2015-05-15

This is really cool! What software did you design this in?

janartharaja (author)tomatoskins2015-05-15

solidworks 2013 bro

tomatoskins (author)janartharaja2015-05-15

I knew that it looked like Solidworks! I'm sadly still back in 2011 with my version.

janartharaja (author)tomatoskins2015-05-16

hmm..

Chris Logan (author)2015-05-15

That's a pretty slick design with the spherical transfer bearing implemented. I wonder if the market would bear the cost for you to make and sell them...? I think my company would have been better off to purchase your design, rather than the traditional rollers we recently purchased.

janartharaja (author)Chris Logan2015-05-15

bro contact my email id : janartharaja.jr@gmail.com

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