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You can make a piston and ram on your lathe, etc. Then you just insert the can, throw the valve and it crushes the can. It's suitably complex and just enough overkill. 04-10-2005, 07:40 PM #6 jfsmith Guest Use a cast iron skillet, one good wack and the can is flat. Simple and easy. O.K.
This guide comes packed full with everything you need to know to build your very own air powered can crusher. This includes 88 high definition pictures and 51 pages with detailed step by step descriptions. You will be able to build your pop for right around $30 give or take depending on how resourceful you are.
The calculator tells us that a 63mm bore size at 100 PSI should generate about 490 pounds of push force, which would provide more than ample crush pressure. Searching on , I found 2 SMC NCDGBN63-500 pneumatic cylinders for $32.40 (including shipping).
This is a basic design for a pneumatic can crusher. An air hose is attached to the open port below the red button. Air is then pumped into the cylinder, and it is released by pressing the red button. That drives the rod forward into the can, crushing it. I allowed for an opening in the bottom of the device so that the can falls out the bottom when crushed. This was modeled in Fusion 360.