by Odiferous @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community
32 posts in 5122 days. # 2 posted 03-04- 01:30 AM. I crush my cans here in FL and take them to a recycleing place. I take them in about twice a year and make about $100.00. Not that much but I do put it all towards my woodworking, so to me it is worth it. Like your crusher. -- Steve, Zanesville, OH. Odiferous.
19/06/ · 2 low-profile jar lids. 2 short [COLOR=blue! important] [COLOR=blue! important]screws [/COLOR] [/COLOR] 1 heavy-duty screen door handle. Look at the diagram to see how to put the crusher together. The jar lids will prevent the can from slipping out. The cans will crush easier if you bend the sides in slightly with a squeeze.
Wall Mounted Woodworking Plan. - WoodworkersWorkshop Home / Indoor Furniture and Misc / Miscellaneous Woodworking Plans for Projects / Wall Mounted Woodworking Plan. Submit a Review Better than store-bought crushers. Longer handle and unique design make it far easier for children to use. Plans are drawn FULL SIZE.
Crushing aluminum cans is quick and easy for Mike Steele, South Elgin, Ill., who made a heavy-duty, hand-operated out of treated scrap wood. "I just push down on a hinged handle to crush the can against a diamond steel plate. The compressed can falls through a slot at the back of a trough and down into a bucket," says Steele.
Aluminum being a relatively soft metal, can be easily crushed, and hence, you can use hardwood to build a for home use. You will require two 16-inch-long 2×4 boards of wood, a drilling machine, hinge, screws, two jar lids, a cabinet handle, and roughly about half an hour of your precious time. Drill holes using a drilling machine.
wood screws (pieces 8). Separate the pieces to spread glue in the butt joints, then permanently screw them back together. Next, drill three countersunk pilot holes in the base for screwing the crusher to the wall, and rout the front edges of the base with a 3/8" roundover bit. Our author recommends finishing all the wood parts of the