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    Drum toothing - GIFs

    Drum toothing.






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    Inside an asphalt plant dryer drum - photo
    Quenching a pile of hot excavator teeth - GIF

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    That looks downright medieval. Like some horrific torture device.
    Sorry, my mind goes to dark places sometimes.
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    That certainly made to tear something up ! Gives me the creeps.

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    presume it's some form of shredder - for fibrous materials - too coarse for carding

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    Looks to be exactly what I need for a plastic shredder I need to build someday so I can prepare to melt down over 200 lbs of drink bottles
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    I like the high tech weight system! Is the guy at :07 only wearing socks?
    Last edited by meyer77; 01-10-2021 at 06:20 AM. Reason: more info

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    The teeth are not fixed to the shaft must be for rippping cardboard or plastic ( or fingers).

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    They will be made into individual circular blades...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IntheGroove View Post
    They will be made into individual circular blades...
    Not sure how that would be accomplished since the tooth pitch is wound around the drum as a spiral helix from a continuous ribbon
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    and the tooth pitch is not welded to the shaft. It would be interesting to learn more. The counter weight is great.
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