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Step 1: Plot summary up to this point...
"Bicycle powered shredder" thought I. First I would try it by hand just to get a feel for it.
I had a crank handle from an astronaut-torturing machine that happened to fit over the shredder's drive shaft.
There was a hole for a retaining pin in the driveshaft. I drilled the crank to match, pounded in the pin, and Voila! Hand-cranked shredder.
Then I clamped it to a table and everyone started shredding documents until we couldn't find any more paper.
It all happened so fast I didn't take pictures of the steps, but your junk shredder and your crank will most likely
be totally different. Try a handle from an old meat grinder or a crank from a bicycle.
Hand shredding is so satisfying and convenient I don't know if I'll make the pedal grinder.
If you do it let me know how it turns out.
Next came the process of fitting it under a table in just the perfect way. Continue...
Step 2: Saw off the Extra Stuff
My granddad used to say: To carve a wooden bear take a piece of wood and cut off everything that doesn't look like part of a bear.
Step 3: Two Double Drawerslides
Step 4: Setting up the Assembly
The slides needed to be level and parallel. Fungus mikes out our tolerances.