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Build a old fashioned rotary flywheel Pottery Kickwheel for about 100$ After a lot of searching on the internt, I could not find a decent drawing of a ...
Using standard dimensional lumber (2x4) the build begins with the back and floor frame.
adding the front frame and the seat supports
the adjustabel seat is made of 2 (or 3) 2x4's attached with 7 inch peices of 2x4
additiional peices are attached to the frame.
drawing the 31.5 inch disks from a peice of 8x4 plywood. this is a cheap trick, fit you have a center hole drilled, just poke a hole in ...
you will need to cut 2 31.5 inch disks from plywood. save all the scrap (see measured drawing) use a circular saw to split the plywood into 2 ...
you should have 2 flywheel dosks and 4 half moon shaped peices of plywood. (only one shown) drill a 1 in hole on the center of the disks, ...
using constuction adhesive, glue the bricks t the bottom flywheel disks.
using more constuction adhesive, glue the top of the flywheel down and weight down. imusing a 1 inch hoe handle to aligh the disks while they are drying.
after temprarily removing the base boards, the flang bearing is attached to the flywheel with a 3 inch pipe nipple.
the flywheel is slid into place and secured with screws
the wheel head shaft is a peice of 29 inch galvanized pipe. the 1 5/.16 pillow block is driven on, and secured with a top frame support
more freame peices are cut, the leftover plywood is fit into place to secure the console. the wheel head is another 10 inch disk cut from the same ...
A very tired moose relaxes with his new construction nothing left but painting...
this is a set of ikea style measued drawing and material list. if you have any questions ytou can contact me on facebook at Moosestudiospottery
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