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  1. The jack hammer thought may have been poorly...

    The jack hammer thought may have been poorly worded. I was thinking of tackling it from the outside of the drum, and from the side of the shaft. Itís definitely a big chunk of steel shaft and the...
  2. Does it “need” to come out? I don’t think it...

    Does it “need” to come out? I don’t think it actually does, however they have spent a decent amount of time and effort “trying”. I think it’s just a preference is all. The drum when in operation does...
  3. Appreciate all the replies and points of view...

    Appreciate all the replies and points of view here. Some good ideas.
    This isnít really a field repair. Itís at our shop and access to any equipment needed to complete the job. This is waaay above...
  4. This has been discussed and is plan b. Yes i...

    This has been discussed and is plan b. Yes i believe it’s the surface of the shaft needing buildup and machining. Pretty sure there’s a keyway but can’t remember
  5. Yes, ends are removed. The drum is completely out...

    Yes, ends are removed. The drum is completely out of the blue housing and sitting on stands. There are manhole access points so work can be done inside.
    I like the idea of a bigger weight on a...
  6. 160 tonnes of force and the shaft wonít come out!? Ideas?

    First of all sorry forgot to take a photo to share... so picture this... itís a 30 tonne drum from a bleach plant at a pulp mill. Itís all stainless except for the shaft to be removed and very...
  7. Super appreciate the assessment and advice here!...

    Super appreciate the assessment and advice here! Drove the trailer there today and knowing it was a Chinese import gave me more reason to inspect the details and look more closely... Turns out I...
  8. Interkrenn Lathe made in W. Germany, any good?

    I have a neighbour down the street selling an old lathe. As of right now it requires a 220 power source which I have if needed, he’ll also provide a 110ac motor.
    I don’t have much info about it but...
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