Angle Grinder HACK – Make A Wood Chipper | DIY

Angle Grinder HACK – Make A Wood Chipper | DIY

You are the first person I’ve seen on youtube who actually uses his cutting tools without a significant drop in rpm while working them. I always wonder why people overload their grinders and drills so they significantly drop in rpm. The cut is so much cleaner when you let it go through under mostly its […]

You are the first person I’ve seen on youtube who actually uses his cutting tools without a significant drop in rpm while working them.

I always wonder why people overload their grinders and drills so they significantly drop in rpm. The cut is so much cleaner when you let it go through under mostly its own weight. Much praise!Add a tapered washer between each blade.

Offset the blades So that the blades each touch at opposing 180 degree points on the circumference. This way the material will get fully shredded without having to present at an angle, and wont have to be kept moving about on feed.Very nice build. Super scary. All the better for being scary.

Love it! I think a beating in the outboard plate might have been a better solution than just the washer fitting in the hole, but that’s just me. I am also thinking some 10” saw blades I have laying around and the 7 hp motor from an old lawn mower would be a lot of fun.

Great builds. Subscribing for sure now!Nice work. This type of gadget would be very useful for composting – You can feed it food scraps, leaves, etc. I can see it was tricky to keep the wood pushing against the blades, but you could resolve that by adding some type of feeder (mouth) that uses rubber or plastic to push the wood against the blades (instead of having to manually redirect it).

I would also try to incorporate bolts into the blade housing so you can more easily change the blades when they get dull. You don’t want to have to partly destroy and rebuild it to maintain it. Great start, though!It would be good to see a feeding system for this so you don’t have to hold it/ protects you from kickback.

I guess you can’t ramp up the torque and slow it down as those blades don’t work like that. Creates really fine dust rather than chips. Excellent video. I learned a lot. I actually need to build a very similar wood chipper. My idea es making a two-grind axis system, but I really do not know how much space should I let between the saw discs and the upper parts of the box

.Brilliant, nice work. And exactly what I was looking for. If the blade shroud/cover assembly was bolted to the base it would make it easier to maintain. Perhaps add an input chute to help direct the wood & minimise kickback, especially if this was at an angle to the axle.

I will make one, and add a collection bin type arrangement. Subbed!It seems to me that the cutters might grab the work and pull it in. I think the work entry level should be raised to just below the centre height of the cutters. That way the cutters shouldn’t grab a tough piece of wood and pull it underneath themselves. With a raised work table only the chips will go under the cutters an be thrown out the back

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