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    Spin Screed

    Spin Screed, a lightweight power roller screed for concrete. Uses a 1/2" Makita angle drill for power. Here screeding a gutter:



    Screeding a steep slope:




    More: Spin Screed | Light Weight Concrete Power Roller Screed

    Previously: Screedsaver MAX - laser leveling screed machine

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    I'm going to have to study this screed further. I have several gasoline trimmers that I could probably get running easy enough.
    And I've repaired enough of the huge auger screeds to know the principal or their functions. that concrete was obviously pumped in place as it is way too wet.
    watching the video again and again this appears to be vibratory only
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    I agree, Frank, this looks pretty soupy for flat work... I don't know how well their float would would work for 5" slump, but what they have there looks to be 6" or more.


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