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facilities:fablab:equipment-custom:plastic_recycling:plastic_shredder [2019/11/13 11:39]
Peter Musk
facilities:fablab:equipment-custom:plastic_recycling:plastic_shredder [2019/11/13 12:00] (current)
Peter Musk
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 ====== Plastic Shredder ====== ====== Plastic Shredder ======
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 +{{ :​facilities:​fablab:​equipment-custom:​plastic_recycling:​grinder_cropped.jpg?​nolink&​400 |}}
  
 Shredder components were laser cut by external service providers according to the design files available from the [[https://​preciousplastic.com/​en/​]] website, with the following modifcations:​ \\ Shredder components were laser cut by external service providers according to the design files available from the [[https://​preciousplastic.com/​en/​]] website, with the following modifcations:​ \\
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   * comparison with re-purposing an existing machine would be worth exploring, A garden shredder might do the job,for example, for a much lower cost.   * comparison with re-purposing an existing machine would be worth exploring, A garden shredder might do the job,for example, for a much lower cost.
   * the motor seems underpowered. While this is constrained by using a 24V system, upgrading to 240V, and installing a 2kW motor would overcome many of the jamming and overheating problems.   * the motor seems underpowered. While this is constrained by using a 24V system, upgrading to 240V, and installing a 2kW motor would overcome many of the jamming and overheating problems.
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 +====Inductions====
 +Draft induction paperwork has been developed, and is awaiting approval.
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 +{{ :​facilities:​fablab:​equipment-custom:​plastic_recycling:​the_edge_sop_plastic_shredder.docx |}} \\
 +{{ :​facilities:​fablab:​equipment-custom:​plastic_recycling:​plastic_shredder_induction_final.docx |}}
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