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Tipper parts

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Tipper parts

Post by BensPlasmaAu » Thu Feb 22, 2018 5:16 pm

I have been doing a few things for a mob making truck bodies. Mainly tippers and now into beaver tail trailers. Only a few small brackets and pivots at the moment, but the steps I designed up look awesome on the bodies.

The pivot bracket was made up via the guys at the workshop making a cardboard template and taking a picture with a ruler on it to get scale. I brought it into the cad and plotted points on the corners and a circle at the right point for the hole. The radius of the pin was measured and I put that in after the general outline was done. Worked first time.

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Home built 3400 x 1400mm (11 and a bit X a bit over 4.5 feet)
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Re: Tipper parts

Post by beefy » Fri Feb 23, 2018 1:03 am

Good stuff Ben.

I've always been more interested in the mechanical stuff that has some practical use. It's also a good feeling when you know someone will be using your footsteps day in day out, and it's helping them do something.

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