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One of the biggest problems with building your own DIY equipment is the space that it takes up. If you happen to live in a small space and ...
To begin with you need to construct the inside frame for the roto-moulder. This can be done using normal purple connectors and white sticks. You also need to ...
For the opposite side of the inside frame, you need to insert a motor (to do the first set of rotation). This is why you needed the wheels ...
You need to build two of these parts. These connect the motor part and the counter balance part together together to complete the inside frame. These parts can ...
The next stage is to build the support structure for the inside frame. This allows the inside frame to rotate (thus spinning the material you are moulding around ...
These pieces make the main bulk of the support, raising the inside frame off the ground enough for it to rotate.
These parts connect the two main frames together, merely to give structural stability. Otherwise, when the motors are running, the machine becomes unstable.
The final part of the rotomoulder, this sits inside of the inside frame. This itself rotates, allowing for 3 dimensions of spin. When you come to moulding, you ...
Once assembled, all you need to do is click the motors on and watch it spin! The best technique is to start the inside frame one first, then ...
Attach the mould you wish to use to the rotating piece using elastic bands. You can then start the machine rotating. Here, it may require a bit of ...
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