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This Instructable was inspired by the Universal Nut Sheller invented by Jock Brandis of the Full Belly Project. The original design can be found here...
1. Place the blue board on a flat working surface and get out your marker. 2. Put the larger stator mold top down in the center of the blue board. 3...
1. Take the 1 and 1/2 inch bolts and gently push them into the six marked locations within the circle. 2. Place the smaller rotor form in its groove. ...
I have not spent much time going over the hardware for the project. The PDFs can be downloaded herehere. You will see that the hardware I use has on...
1. Take the rotor form and place it on top of some thing that will allow for the rotor shaft to pass through the 1/2 inch hole. It must also be high ...
Sorry but I don't have any pictures of the actual assembly. 1. Remove the stator from the form before it has completely dried. Roughen the inner stat...
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