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    The tiles don't seem to ever end up "upside down" with the
    "U" facing down.

    And I don't see any method to flip them over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    The tiles don't seem to ever end up "upside down" with the
    "U" facing down.

    And I don't see any method to flip them over.
    Some do, watch just past the black plastic wedges, seems to be some kind of rail system or something back there so ones upside down roll off to side and underneath

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    Quote Originally Posted by JP Machining View Post
    Some do, watch just past the black plastic wedges, seems to be some kind of rail system or something back there so ones upside down roll off to side and underneath
    I see a couple getting by.

    Also near the end (of the video) I see a bunching condition, and nothing is going thru.

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    Its just what I found searching youtube for a couple minutes, no idea if the concept will work for OP or not just thought it looked close. Looks like this must be version 2.0, still has some issues but seems like something like it could be scaled up for bricks. Its gonna be loud and probably have some high wear areas and still need 1 or 2 guys to watch and spread stuff out maybe but they shouldn't be worn out at end of day like if they were doing it all by hand with 4x as many people. Could stand a screen deck too to get rid of small broken pcs

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    Yes, I agree, the 90 degree turning water fall would ensure a more even feeding
    (kind of what I had in mid with the first conveyor) and it would make sure
    that none are standing up the 12" height.

    After they are on the second table, and kept spaced out a bit, a 6 1/2" high
    "Knock down bar" would enable them to all be laying flat.

    Thence onto the end, and the "channels" to get them oriented "long ways"

    In a couple of places of both vibrating tables, I would have screened sections,
    to keep them clean, the morter and broken pieces will jam things up.


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