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    Where are the spider pics??

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    They were far to scary to take pictures of. One of then wiggled a leg at me
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    Default Re: Rotten to the core

    Out of curiosity, is there a thread here or website that provides the plans and instructions to build a cabinet that houses three machines like what you have, or did you custom make it yourself?
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    Sorry I just made it up as I went along, Brought a couple of thin wall mounted cabinets, then modified/ built around them.
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    Well I rebuilt the power distribution board.
    Now features

    2x 24vac @ 250va outputs
    2x 24vac @ 300va outputs

    Controlled via a internet enabled smart plug.

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    Last ball lifter mounted today. It's a silver brand lifter instead of the Daito that all the others are. If I find another Daito I'll swap them out.
    This still needs the hopper made to collect the overflows from each machines own lifter and the ball outlet from the ball counter.

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    So it seems my wood work skills are rotten too. So the cabinets been replaced with a steel racking system. I got the fourth Daito lifter coming from Japan, but due to budget. It's on the 2 month slow boat. But all the mounts are in place as well as the feeds for it.

    Before I swapped job roles, I got some scrap 100x45 U channel from the factory. Perfect for balls to run in.

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    Interesting DC
    Be interested to see some more photos of the racking system

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    Looks awesome. I'm still working on the dispensing gutter for the tops of mine. I work really slowly. Hows the noise level with steel balls on metal?

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    Quite a nice lay out DC when you putting theys in to production ill be the 1st customer shut-up-and-take-my-yen.jpg

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    Next to the machines is a ball counter and printer.
    The printer wasn't working. Or to be more precise. The papaer was jamming due to the eject motor not working. But all fixed now.

    The nice lady says "Thank you"

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    Cool!!

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    Lifter no.4

    Striped, cleaned, regreased and painted. Plus a new lead on it too. Although it is a Daito lifter. It is slightly different to my others. The ball overflow is different. It has an on/off switch too and minor difference in the covers.


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    Do you like it any better or worse than the others you have??

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    Not plumbed in yet. But the motor, gearbox and lift chain all seem to be the same
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