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    Make An Electric Lifter - Forklift

    Dear you all,
    Today I would like to introduce how to Make An Electric Lifter - Forklift From Electric Crane
    This Lifter has max capacity 200 kg and lift up to 4 yards (3.6m).
    I hope you all feel interested in my video.
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    Kwando.

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    Thanks Kwandotechnic! We've added your Forklift to our Jacks and Lifts category,
    as well as to your builder page: Kwandotechnic's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    How is the lift powered? I see a power supply in the bluebox and something else are you plugging it in?

    Nice project!

    Ralph

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    Elisha Otis showed us that a brake is needed when lifting people with a cable...

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    Nice, but never saddle a dead horse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IntheGroove View Post
    Elisha Otis showed us that a brake is needed when lifting people with a cable...
    Where's your sense of adventure? I didn't need that tibia anyway. That's why we come with two of them.

    Seriously though, this is an amazing build. But maybe some safety provisions are in order.

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    An excellent build for lifting material, but not for lifting people...

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    Hi. I am new to this site. Great job on the build. Is there a way to get, buy, plans for this left that includes all dimensions etc?
    Thanks very much for your help..keep up the great work.
    Regarding the break system some of the 110 v hoists I have used have one built into them. They lock when not activated. My 2 cents of information.
    Garnet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralphxyz View Post
    How is the lift powered? I see a power supply in the bluebox and something else are you plugging it in?

    Nice project!

    Ralph
    I used 24 V battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razataz327 View Post
    Hi. I am new to this site. Great job on the build. Is there a way to get, buy, plans for this left that includes all dimensions etc?
    Thanks very much for your help..keep up the great work.
    Regarding the break system some of the 110 v hoists I have used have one built into them. They lock when not activated. My 2 cents of information.
    Garnet
    Your comment is valid but for one small detail, if something goes wrong with the CABLE system all the brakes in creation on the winch won't help, the brake needs to be on the carriage.

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