Introduction: Handmade Stand for Flowers- Crankshaft
Using part from the old tractor (Ursus C 330; crankshaft) I did stand for the flowers, to the garden of my mother.
I apologize for the photos but I did not notice that a defective lens. (After replacing lens a little bit better).
Garage pictures can not be repeated.
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Step 1: What You Need
1. Crankshaft from tractor
2. counterweight from crankshaft
3. slice of wood (birch)
4. paint spray(color you need)
5. two-component adhesive
6. impregnation of wood
7. rust remower/degraser
and tools: angle grinder, sander...
Step 2: Basis
Cut the crankshaft to the required sections.
Assemble counterweight at the bottom prats of crankshaft.
Please use rust solvent.
Step 3: Holder for Flower
Prepare slice of wood as my Instructable: clock made of wood disc or cart parts stool/ side table.
In the center of a piece of wood drill hole.
Lower part of wood lacqer paint, and the upper part paint impregnation.
Step 4: Assembling
Prepared items from the previous steps, connect using a two-component adhesive.
Take it to the garden.