Mars' Winch Rides!

Mars hooked up a winch so he could hoist stuff to the ceiling easily, creating instant ceiling storage space. Of course, we had to test it first. For structural strength.

Topic by stasterisk 


Loft Winch for Fun

Hi, I want to make a fun lifting mechanism which I can use to raise critical beverages, light office supplies, etc., to the loft in our house, where my office is.  It could be manual or motor driven.  It can brace, lean against or grip the square handrail and square balusters,  but can't mar or be screwed into any woodwork or flooring.  Ideas?

Topic by mahoopes 


Convenience Winch for use in Home Loft

I would love to get ideas for making a winch that I can mount as needed on the railing of my home loft (without damaging the railing), for use in exchanging cold drinks, snacks, office supplies, etc.  between family members on the two levels of the house without needless stair climbing.   Apologies for my terrible SketchUp skills. 

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SLOWING DOWN AN ELECTRIC MOTOR USING GEARS ONLY?

I have a motor with an input voltage of 12vDC and  the final drive RPM is 172. i need to create a winch to lift a specific weight at a specific speed. ( 1kg in 70 seconds) from 1 meter off the ground. can someone tell me how to do this or explain gear ratio and drum diameter. i am completely lost and don't know what to do. your help will be very much appreciated and you will be rewarded

Question by Morganf9   |  last reply


Could I build a giant crossbow?

using a section of a leaf spring from a truck, put it on a substantial piece of lumber, pull it back with an electric winch and remotely fire broomstick sized bolts

Question by t0mbutler   |  last reply


Running 12 volt off 240 volt

Any one have any ideas how i can (as cheaply and easily as possible) run a winch made to be ran off a 12 volt ATV battery off Australian mains(240 volts)?(this winch to be precise)Cheers, Will

Topic by willj89   |  last reply


Motorcycle Shed Turntable

Im making a log cabin in my back garden, im short for space so its 16ft wide and 10ft deep.  I dont want to reverse the bike out of the shed each time so im going to make a turntable, id like it to be electric but I dont know how. Here are the engineering plans for the turntable, dont worry about how im getting the 50mm circle in the concrete, im doing that with a polythene plug. Im going to use the largest "Lazy Susan 24" to hold and turn the middle of the table, then im going to use min i fixed casters to keep the edges stable. Im an engineer so I can maipulate any metal on my lathe/mill etc.  Ive thought of 2 ways to use the winch to turn the table: 1- Bellow the table: exchanging the wire for a pulley system which will turn the lazy susan, im not eqactly sure how this will work. 2- Above the table, Very easy, exchange the wire for a rubber wheel that will turn the edge of the table. Question: If anyone can think of any better, easier ideas id love to hear from you? Regards ant... anthonyhague@gmail.com

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How to add reversible dc motor to cheap rc car?

I have a cheap Rc toy car that I was going to hiack the turbo pin to get another channel. I want to make it into a tow truck and use this extra channel to operate the winch. BUT I have to be able to reverse it. Giving up and down for the winch. Can it be done?

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Motion platform. Flightsim

Gidday does anyone know how to set up a system to send signals from computor joystick to two 12 volt winch motors to use as servos for flightsim motion platform. These will give x - y motion. Hopefully.

Question by Blackarrow 77   |  last reply


how to raise the titanic?

 From this suggestions , can the titanic be raise? 1.Fill with table tennis balls. 2.Using nitrogen , make an ice block to float the ship. 3.Make crane-boat the winch the ship. 4.Using giant rubber to raise it.

Question by koyo   |  last reply


Help with project design please

I am building what amounts to a miniature winch.  I have a small, but powerful, battery powered gear-motor, which can wind thread or wire onto a spool.  My problem is the motor shaft does not turn freely because of the gears so I need to find a way to allow the wire to spool freely out before it is then wound back under power.  One-way bearings do not work because they are designed to allow a shaft to rotate freely in the same direction it turns as it does when under power, like a helicopter rotor.  I need the shaft to turn under power in one direction but to spool out freely in the opposite direction.  Suggestions? Christopher Taylor info@taylorimagineering.com

Topic by willowtaylor   |  last reply


How can I build a house on the top of a steep hill?

My main tools would be two trucks, only one of which has a winch. I am especially keen on the idea of placing a home on a mesa or flat butte.

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12v automatic lid opener

I have a dc 12v winch that I want automatically open a lid of a feeder at a specified time, remain open for a spercified time and then reverse the motor to close the lid for a specified time and the procedure will repeat itself  the next day. I have a timer that will work but I want the motor to reverse automatically.Any info appreciated. Thanks

Question by yulc   |  last reply


What LEDs for a light signalling system that needs to be visible at over 1000 yards?

I'm building a light signalling system for a gliding/soaring club that will be used for indication to the winch driver. This is done by means of flashing lights where the on/off timing indicates the launch phase (take-up-slack, all-out or stop). The original plan was to use car spotlights (2 x 55W) but I am considering LEDs. Assuming LEDs would be suitable for this application (I have no experience of using high intensity LEDs) can anyone enlighten me (pun intended!) on what would be the best type to use i.e. colour, brightness, quantity etc. The light will be located at the launch point (i.e. where the glider starts from) and needs to be easily seen by the winch driver who is over 1000 yards away. It needs to be usable in bright ambient light conditions e.g. on a summer's day (yes we do occasionally get them in the UK!). Thanks

Topic by Biffo Bear   |  last reply


Help with getting a car on a trailer (More difficult then it sounds)? Answered

I recently purchased another car to restore, a 1962 Ford Fairlane, for $200.  Its in great shape, however, the brakes have locked up and none of the wheels turn, other then that I would drive it the 300km to my home.  However, I can't drive out there continually to work on it until it is road worthy, and because snow is coming I planned on hauling it home on a trailer.  The problem lies in getting the car on the trailer.  We tried winching it up the ramps onto the Low-boy trailer, however, because the wheels don't turn, it pulled the trailer and my friends 1 ton truck around.  So my question is; How can I get the car onto the trailer, which are both on a level surface (The trailer is about a foot off the ground) using a winch?  It does have to be readily and cheaply available fix, but anything will do (Jacks, winches, anything!  If you can think of a way to get it on there with dog sh1t then I will use dog sh1t!) I need a good, solid, well though out/engineered plan preferably by the end of the week!  And I thank everyone ahead of time for anything you may post, because it may not be the solution, but it may pave the road to a solution! ***I have included a very detailed sketch of the situation, done by a professional artist, and the scene is very accurate to the circumstances.  Level ground, accurate representation of the type of trailer I am using and the car I intend to put on the trailer.***

Question by Electric Spectre1   |  last reply


URGENT need help building a power supply for a 12v winch motor max rating 30A URGENT

Im trying to build a power supply for a parts tumbler ive been working on (instructible coming soon!) ive been using a battery charger to run it right now but it doesnt have enough power, i would need something that can output 12v about 30A max ( thats the value of the fuse the motor uses) im trying to mod a computer power supply right now but i dont think that this will be enough either, i want to build something from the ground up designed for this purpose that would cost max 30 bucks or is there anything else i could adapt? ive searched everywhere but only power supplies i can find plans for or any advice are either bench top ones for electronic projects (5v), any help would be greatly appreciated and thanks in advance to anyone that can help me out

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how do i wire a dual altenator in a 91 jeep wranglr for a onboard welder?

I already installed the second alternator i have a dual battery setup with one battery taking care of the jeep and the second battery powering a winch and air compressor i want the second alt to run the second battery and the welder but i dont know how to wire it up i have a ultima externaly regulated alternator help would be appreciated

Question by chikenjojo   |  last reply


Tree Speakers, Melon Brain, Pumpkin Silly String Shooter

Tree Speakers Melon Brain Pumpkin Silly String Shooter NES DVD Player Lady Gaga Caution Tape Costume Restoring Old Sneakers Cardboard Costume Helmet Supercapacitor USB Light Lady Gaga Bubble Costume Lady Gaga Baby Suits DIY Christian Louboutin Petal Sandals Sugru Mouse Grip Homemade Wakeboard Winch Gruesome Zombie Makeup Build a Full Tang Knife

Topic by randofo 


Mythbusters Rock !!!

Don't ya think this show is awsome?It is one of my favourite shows, and is very entertaining. Some of the rigs and machines they build are amazing:e.g one of my favourite:Jamie's " Graplling Gun Ascending Winch " ( Episode- Superhero Hour )The myths are very good aswell such as "The Ice Bullet" .Im Sure you people on instructables watch this show. C'mon!What do you think of it? Fave myth? Fave rig / machine?Did any of the myths help you in life situations?( BTW, Can't wait, going to download series 4 XD)( Too bad they don't show much new episodes in England!)

Topic by Baron A   |  last reply


A bullpup SR-v2 (just the desin of it )

To start I know the true definition of bullpup is mag behind the handle but i does not matter. I made it on MLcad as you can see, it will probably be my last sling shot i make so i want it to be the best i have made so If you have any thing that would improve it, tell me (sorry for using bold but people will see it) i will probly try and put a... safety a winch( to make loading easier) 2 bipod locations ammo storage and what ever else anyone can think of

Topic by ninjusk   |  last reply


British pensioner out-does Skunkbait!

WHEN the Smith family want to get away from it all they simply hop on the bus.Father Graham has spent the last 20 years turning his 1968 Daimler Fleetline double-decker into an all-mod-cons base for his wife, Julia, and four sons.He even winches his classic 1968 Fiat 500 car on board where it fits neatly into its own space.Engineer Graham, from Sible Hedingham, Essex, said: "We use it for family holidays and have clocked up thousands of miles in England and France."I have spent a lot of time and money kitting out the bus but it's been worth it - we never pay hotel bills. The children are grown up now but when they were teenagers they loved going on board."We've been to Scotland, north Wales and the Lake District as well as the Loire Valley."The 38ft bus has a kitchen, bathroom and main bedroom downstairs with a lounge, dining area and more beds on the upper deck. Graham, 62, has also kept some of the original seats as well as the ticket machine.The bus has a top speed of 40mph but only does 11 miles to the gallon. However, once they reach their destination they simply winch out the economical Fiat.Julia, 61, said: "We are used to getting odd looks when we are mistaken for New Age travellers."Graham added: "I thought if Cliff Richard could do it in his film Summer Holiday then why can't we!Daily ExpressMail on Sunday

Topic by Kiteman   |  last reply


Automata Weevil - Creating a Giant Moving Weevil for the Stage

Crazy internal gears and hidden winches went in to creating this amazing non-motorized spectacle for a stage production of The Difficulty of Crossing a Field. A team at Texas Performing Arts at the University of Texas at Austin (my alma mater!) came up with the elegant solution shown in the video above.    J.E. Johnson speaks more about it here. The video is awesome, but maybe next time the outstanding UT crew could make an Instructable of something like this?  C'mon, J.E., throw a girl a bone - it's an excellent educational process! Nonetheless, it's brilliant work, and I love the opportunity to see inside the finished weevil! p.s.  you may recognize someone else's name in the credit's too!

Topic by scoochmaroo   |  last reply


TV Lift Ideas Please

Hello Instructables Community, Looking for ideas on a TV lift. I have a workshop/shed/mancave that has 2 floors. What I'd like to do is frame an opening in the second storey floor for a TV to move through between the first and second floors. Framing the hole is the easy part (licensed carpenter). The part that I need help with is getting the TV to move up and down. I would like it to work with either a wall switch or button on a harmony remote or something. My first thoughts went to cables and pulleys with a winch of some kind, then a garage door opener turned vertical, then gear racks and pinions ... I don't know what to use for the motor or controls. Would love to hear any ideas! Appreciate the brainstorming help!

Topic by mjccox   |  last reply


TV Lift Ideas Please

Hello Instructables Community, Looking for ideas on a TV lift. I have a workshop/shed/mancave that has 2 floors. What I'd like to do is frame an opening in the second storey floor for a TV to move through between the first and second floors. Framing the hole is the easy part (licensed carpenter). The part that I need help with is getting the TV to move up and down. I would like it to work with either a wall switch or button on a harmony remote or something. My first thoughts went to cables and pulleys with a winch of some kind, then a garage door opener turned vertical, then gear racks and pinions ... I don't know what to use for the motor or controls. Would love to hear any ideas! Appreciate the brainstorming help!

Topic by mjccox   |  last reply


Speed Limiting hinge? Answered

Ok, I'm building a motorized projector screen, almost exactly like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgIqx-iKNcw , except on a much larger scale. The actual screen will be made out of blackout cloth (what the back of curtains are made out of), and the screens construction will be similar to this: https://www.instructables.com/id/Cheap-DIY-100quot-Projector-Screen/ . The screen's size will be somewhere around 20x20 (feet), because it will be used in a fairly large auditorium. The screen will hinge up and reside (when not in use) above the stage. The top of the screen will have some hinges attached, so the screen can "fold up" into the ceiling. Toward the bottom, on the back of the screen, there will be a steel cable attached to the frame. This steel cable will be fed into an electric winch, which will be mounted on the ceiling. So, when the electric winch is activated, the screen will either hinge out, or it will hinge up into the ceiling. I know its hard to understand, I've done all the explaining I can. Ask questions if you have to. Anyway, the problem is this: What if this steel cable broke/got frayed and snapped/got chewed up by a darn rat, etc? The projector screen would come hurtling forward, knocking out anyone in its way. So, I need something that limits the speed that the screen can be lowered. I need some kind of hinge that limits how fast the screen can be lowered, so if the cable does snap among other things, the projector screen will make a graceful descent and people will have enough time to get the hell off the stage. Now, Do I think the steel cable is going to snap? Hell no. In fact, the steel cable I'm planning on using will handle over 1000 lbs. The total weight of the projector screen? Maybe 70 Pounds, at the most. These speed limiting hinges are just for that "extra" step of safety. So, does anyone have any suggestions?

Question by tyler9613   |  last reply


How can I lift a 38kg hang-glider wing on to my van's roof-rack (without help) without breaking my back? Answered

Hi, I fly a microlight, the trike of which fits nicely in my van (see link). The wing folds into a sausage shaped, zip-up bag, which can be carried on a roof-rack made by bolting a ladder to the roof of the van....but getting it up there is an issue. I can get help from a neighbour when I set out, but I am on my own at the airfield, when it comes to getting the wing down....and later putting it back up.I have wondered about a pulley system, a stepped system, a winch, etcanyone got any suggestions?http://tinworm-wings.blogspot.com/all help very much appreciated-Tinworm

Question by Tinworm   |  last reply


need help with design/placement of actuator or similar to raise and lower trailer gate.

My dad lost his leg but walks with a prosthesis he also only has use of 1 arm. What we are trying to do is make it so he can raise and lower his trailers gate using one simple control. He uses the trailer to transport his scooter which he rides when he cant walk long distances. Right now i have a hand powered boat winch going from the fender to the gate but its difficult to operate. What id like to do is use an actuator or something similar and have it powered by his wiring harness or even a battery on the trailer with a solar charger. I cant wrap my head around the design and placement atm so im asking for help. this is basically the same trailer model http://tinyurl.com/c32dlw

Question by viamptor   |  last reply


When creating an instructable, Publish tab does not work.

Hi, I've been on Instructables for over 3 years and thought I'd create my first instructable today, through the video instructable template.  I have managed to create a draft fine, exactly as I wanted it. But when I click the Publish Tab, the little updating bar comes up for about 1 second, then goes away, and that's it, it's still on the EDIT tab, and has not been published or changed anything. I've tried it in current versions of Firefox and Chrome, but it's the same in both browsers. Everything in the EDIT and SHARE tabs work fine, it is just a problem with the PUBLISH tab. My OS is Windows 7. It is really puzzling to me as to what is happening and any help would be very much appreciated. The Instructable's name is: "How to diagnose & rebuild an electric vehicle winch Part 1 (Warn XD9000)" . Regards, JD

Topic by JDs DefenderCam   |  last reply


Giving old power tools new life

I have an old ass (at least 20 years old) circular saw that is just too old. It makes a crazy noise when I stop sawing, which I'm pretty sure is the electric brake or something taking a crap, but it works well. I was cutting concrete with it this summer, and somehow it still runs regardless of me basically trying to burn it up. Also, I have a old cordless drill, 12V that the batteries have crapped out on. It was maybe 20 dollars new and I'm not interested in the work-from-an-outlet mod being as I have a new 18V Toshiba drill. What I'm interested in is finding a new use altogether for these tools. The first idea that came to mind was turning the saw into a lightweight winch, and using it to lift a shelf on a pulley in my garage. But like I said, this was just the first idea. I don't have a clue what to do with this drill and I'll use them as paperweights before I throw them away. So what do you think? I'm open to anything that might last more than five minutes once put together and is almost halfway safe. v

Topic by steimel386   |  last reply


How can I build a 4 wheeled device on which a harley sportster can be loaded and transported?

The device would be operated by one or more 12v dc motors.  Power for the motors will be obtained from a pickup truck battery. I want to use the device to load a harley sportster, which weighs 500 lbs., onto the box of a pickup truck.   Loading will be enabled by a platform, angled from ground surface to truck box.  Presently, I'm able to use a 12v winch, attached to the front end of the truck box,  to pull the bike up a ramp onto the truck box. To hold the bike erect while it is being pulled up the ramp, I use two 8 inch air filled wheels attached to the bike,( by a very makeshift wooden settup) one wheel on each side of the bike.  However, the bike must be pulled backwards onto the truck box so that it can be more safely offloaded by riding the bike, in its forward position, off the truck and down the ramp .   In order to keep the front wheel straight, this method still requires more than one person to hold the bike while it is being loaded.  The bike's transmission must be in neutral, but the back wheel, drive belt and xmission gears still turn and provide some resistance.  A 4 wheeled device loaded with a motorcycle, and operated by seperate electric motors would have free turning wheels and could be used to move the motorcycle around without its need to be pushed manually.  Perhaps it could be controlled remotely. 

Question by p2otoole   |  last reply


Servo Mod help

Hi Every one thanks for looking at my post. I have a specific project where I need 8 servos which would need to rotate up to 360 degrees. Please note I do not need continuous rotation mod, which would make me loose servo angle control. Given that i ended up with 3 options 1. Buy a winch or sail servo - these are costly about $40 and not sure if they suite my need. 2. Add an additional gear with 1:2 or 2:1 ratio (not sure about the terminology) of the main servo gear ( attached to pot); Servo rotates about 230 degrees now, so limiting it to 180 degrees from code and with the additional gear and modification I can get a 360 rotation on the added gear and use that as my main servo drive. 3. Replace current potentiometer with a multi-turn one ( available for around $2) with similar resistance value, this along with the potentiometer gear stop peg removal would give more than 360 degree rotation. Servo control would not be effected as resistance value is same and angle must be limited from code to keep the potentiometer from going to the end limits. I am just preparing and calculating the current gear values to decide on the specs needs for the gear mod. I need to measure servo pot values to find a suitable multi-turn pot. I would really appreciate if any one could comment on my approach and any alternatives. I wish some one had tried these before and could share their experience. Thanks Satya

Topic by sguthula   |  last reply


DEPLOYABLE FIRE ESCAPES for TOWERING BUILDINGS

The “9/11” World Trade Center disaster horrified Americans as they witnessed people leaping out of 100 story windows to their death. There was simply no available escape system to facilitate a safe yet quick evacuation to the ground floor. Elevators weren’t working and internal staircases were blocked by sporadic debris, black smoke and fires. The situation was virtually hopeless to the point where many chose to jump rather than be burned alive. So here we are, with technology capable of constructing 100+ story buildings but without the means for external fire-escapes. Unfortunately, the public isn’t aware that at our current level of technology we can finally address this problem with our architects. We are talking about a means to rapidly deploy a flexible escape tube-chute from 100+ stories that hangs along a guy-wire which is pre-attached to our escape floor and anchored to the ground (Fig-1). This tube-chute escape system will deliver a person from 100-stories down to ground level and safely outside the building in under 10-minutes. Prior to deployment, the entire system is housed inside a container that is either attached to the outside of the building or built into a structured wall, opening to the outside at various floor levels. When in deployment, the inlet of the flexible escape tube will be anchored to the outside wall of a designated escape window and contain an inner diameter sufficiently sized to accommodate an individual. The tube’s exit end is tethered to a rope-wire that runs down our permanently located guy-wire, through a series of guy-wire slip-rings, and quickly pulls the tube's exit end to ground. The rope-wire is permanently attached to a winch-motor located on the ground. During deployment, the winch pulls the tube’s rope-wire down to ground level by slipping along the guy-wire rings. As the tube-chute deploys downward, it automatically forms a spiral about the guy-wire, creating a very long escape slide that gets anchored to the ground. A fully deployed tube-chute exhibits three basic attachments for stability: 1) a set of flexible slip-rings and tethers attached between the permanent guy-wire and tube to form its downward spiral, 2) a tube-chute inlet anchored to the outside of the building at various floor levels, and 3) a tube-chute exit anchored to the ground and providing a fully deployed and reliable escape system ready for use. As each person enters the tube-chute, they are only aware of the outside winds which buffet the tube plus the internally hanging cloth fingers used to slow their descent as they slide down to safety. They are not aware of any height and feel relatively secure due to their complete envelopment by both the tube and its touching fingers.  A 100-story descent would take about 6-to-10-minutes to reach the outside safety of ground while travelling at a speed of roughly 5-fps (3.5 MPH) as regulated by the spiral-ramp and internal cloth-fingers retarding gravity.   Technical  Details: The tube-chute is reinforced by a sewn-in spiral wire that gives it strength and flexibility. Its tube is made of heavy duty nylon, much like the large yet light air-hoses used on many high stress applications today. The tube cork-screws its way down and around a permanently deployed guy-wire that stretches from the designated floor of the building to the ground. The tube is sized for a person to enter and slide down the spiraling pathway until he reaches ground level. Gravity will act to propel the sliding individual down the tube. To counter gravity, we rely on the tube’s spiraling design to produce a gradually declining ramp that slows and checks an individual’s descent speed. The number of spirals and ramp-angle necessary to reach the ground will be sized to limit the gravity-induced speed so as not to endanger an individual’s sliding descent. That and the internally hanging cloth fingers guard against excessive speeds and will prevent skin-burns from the sliding friction. The tube’s nylon material is impregnated with anti-flammable chemistry and its exterior is aluminized to prevent radiative heatloads from causing a fire due to either direct flames or the radiant heat from indirect flames. A final note on the overall weight for this flexible tube-chute structure. Clearly, since we are designing a deployable fire-escape system, its weight must be kept to a minimum for deployment safety and reliability. Items such as the cloth materials, tube-wire reinforcements, and spiraling tube tether attachments must be carefully chosen for weight, strength and durability. While issues of weathering may not be that important, as it will be housed and protected from the elements, the shelf life of the various materials chosen is of paramount importance.

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Cleaning House....by house I mean machine shop

Ok...finally compiled a list of everything that's going so I don't have to make multiple posts... this is it:Water Heater 10 gal. Electric 22x24" $100CRT Monitors Qty. 4 FreeToledo Scale Vintage Counting Scale $100Electrical Boxes Various sizes, shapes $10eaDayton Right Angle Motors (Davit motors) qty2 (L&R;) 1/35hp from a boat model 5K5355 RPM 1725 $300 for both or $200eaExtrusion Various sizes, shapes, qty. $1/lbCable winch from boat trailer $20Time Clocks Mechanical, broken $20 for bothBrewmatic Junior Industrial Coffee Pot $60Baseboard Heater $15Matsuura tool holders *NEW* (qty2) setting/changing fixtures fits BT40 $470 for both or $275ea2 Spring Testers 1 torsion $Price unknown at this time1BridgePort DRO +Scales Scales OK, DRO broken $100Mitutoyo Touch Signal Probe 192-001 $115Micrometers Mitutoyo 8-9" part# 103-223 $125 & 10-11" part# 103-225 $135 or $200 for bothGarnet Hopper Jet Edge new this runs $8700! $800Spring Wire Various sizes, stainless (17-7, 302) and music wire $1/lb - large coils (pm/email for list)Drill Sharpener Darex M4 w/ accessories $500Drill Sharpener SRD 80-M $400Garmin GPS Old, still works! $10Briggs & Stratton Motor NEW. 18hp cast iron, twin cyl. 964cc $999Metal Desk 60" wide, seafoam green metal $60Hose Clamps 5.25" in diameter $.25/eaCoffing Hoist 1/2 Ton 3 phase hoist. Works, but is dirty. Has controls $450Pepsi Machines 2 older can machines. They work & we have keys $100Lip Cutter/Grinder Alexander 2CG (for engraving tools)w/accessories $600Capacitance Meter Emco Capacitance Meter, old, good condition. $20All prices are obo. It can be shipped UPS (sometimes USPS). I have pictures for most of the things on the list.Email garagesale@pittraffic.com if you are interested. I don't check PMs very often, but PMs ok too!THANKS!

Topic by Rainbowlaces   |  last reply