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Hoisting Crane for the Home Shop

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  • Hoisting Crane for the Home Shop

    Located the following article and plans..

    Click Here

    At the Home Metal Shop Club site;

    Home Page

    "Equipment Should Never be an Excuse for Poor Performance. If You are Going to be a Professional, You Get the Correct Equipment, then the Only Excuse is Your Ability to Perform." ™

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    i might just have ti look into 1 for my electric hoist.

    i been looking at beter options for it .
    thanks for the help
    hope i helped
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      I have built several. My own is an A frame and finally got around to lengthening the legs as head room became a problem a couple of times. Here it is in use, I built it for one building but made the legs longer for use in this one since. I needed it to move all around so a stationary one wasnt in the works at the time. Even built the wheels from pipe. I built this rotating one for a local mechanic. The wheels follow an arc so it rotates 180 degrees.
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