Belt Conveyor Build - Part 1

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Donn DIY

5 місяців tagasi

Latest video: eepost.info/my/video/o2-LdnVnopKFuos.html
Fabricating a belt conveyor for my homemade firewood processor so I can transport firewood straight into the firewood crates. This means I don't have to stack firewood ever again. I'm using scrap steel and bits and pieces I have laying around on the homestead to keep the project cost down. Stay tuned for the second part on this build.
Check out my other videos on my channel page: eepost.info
#donndiy #homemade #firewood
Soundtrack:
Pomade - Silent Partner (EEpost Audio Library)
Welding equipment borrowed from Spetselektroodi AS, Estonia:
Fronius TransSteel 2700 welder
Optrel Crystal 2.0 Welding Helmet
Hypertherm Powermax 45 XP plasma cutter

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Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Firewood processor build series: eepost.info/face/PLkmF7FAZBzkVRPU6b-IeJVu91-frjF8v3 Check out my other videos on my channel page: eepost.info Welding equipment borrowed from Spetselektroodi AS, Estonia: Fronius TransSteel 2700 welder Optrel Crystal 2.0 Welding Helmet Hypertherm Powermax 45 XP plasma cutter
Бишкек Сити
Бишкек Сити 5 місяців tagasi
@Tatiana Raquel ???,,,,,,????????????$$$$$$$$0
Бишкек Сити
Бишкек Сити 5 місяців tagasi
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Team• Кайфарик!
Team• Кайфарик! 5 місяців tagasi
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ThinkFreely2012
ThinkFreely2012 5 місяців tagasi
I think door hinges for the belt joints may work better.
Tatiana Raquel
Tatiana Raquel 5 місяців tagasi
Te5⅝y6 TT tu
Billy Proctor
Billy Proctor 2 päeva tagasi
Nice work and great video, moves along at the perfect speed. You've had some good teachers along the way and have taken a true interest in your trade. Nice to see these days. Old retired guy in Canada, Cheers, Billy
Nagaraj Naik
Nagaraj Naik 3 päeva tagasi
thank u very much
Northwest Connection
Northwest Connection 18 päeva tagasi
I bet by next year Las Vegas will have odd's on whether or not there is anything that you CAN"T build. You're a machine!! I have learned so much. WOW!
Sunniboi Tv
Sunniboi Tv Місяць tagasi
Är denhär snubben svensk eller norsk?
Casa Del Amo
Casa Del Amo Місяць tagasi
good work but i rather spend $2800 us on a new conveyor than build yours
Russell P.
Russell P. Місяць tagasi
It’s reassuring to know there are still younger people who know how to build stuff. Gives us older guys hope for the future. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
hunt4fish
hunt4fish Місяць tagasi
Love that cutoff saw!
Rancher 1963
Rancher 1963 2 місяці tagasi
I wish my scrap metal pile was as stacked with stuff as his is LOL
Popa Alexandru
Popa Alexandru 2 місяці tagasi
Isn't the welding of rollers in the lathe better? That's how I get there anyway ...
Г. Е. Н Г. Е. Н
Г. Е. Н Г. Е. Н 2 місяці tagasi
И в итоге не получилось, бросил эту затею...
Abu Faris ابوفارس
Abu Faris ابوفارس 4 місяці tagasi
Very 👍🏼 but old tyre was bad choice
Bart De Reu
Bart De Reu 4 місяці tagasi
your motor coupler is just plain wrong.
Roland Knoll
Roland Knoll 5 місяців tagasi
putting a slight crown in the middle of drive roller or idler roller makes this track a lot easier good
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Yup.
Amin Nemec
Amin Nemec 5 місяців tagasi
Зачем я это смотрю?
Ritu's Tech
Ritu's Tech 5 місяців tagasi
I love you bro😍 I like your work
Mohamed Baghdadi
Mohamed Baghdadi 5 місяців tagasi
Donn comment fabriquer une vis sons fin ???
PNW RC
PNW RC 5 місяців tagasi
I wish making belts were as easy for my 14th scale RC trucks & construction equipment! We've tried to slap together some things with ill or no success.
TONG Channel
TONG Channel 5 місяців tagasi
I love video you💝💝💝💝💝+🔔
Mart Ordlik
Mart Ordlik 5 місяців tagasi
Päris hea
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
🤘
Oliwer Zetterholm
Oliwer Zetterholm 5 місяців tagasi
No video the weekend that was ? Great work with all of your projects Greetings from sweden !!!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Yes. But new video this week. 😉 Stay tuned for Saturday! 👍
Rob LeBrun
Rob LeBrun 5 місяців tagasi
I would have cut my leg and probably lost a finger trying to cut that tire like that lol
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
That box knife is a scary thing indeed. But as with the chainsaw - one has to know all the time where the tip of the blade is. 😀
Treebutcher
Treebutcher 5 місяців tagasi
Use a belt off a round baler or big square baler. Most farm repair places have used ones.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
I already found a piece of an actual conveyor belt and the conveyor is working at the moment really well.
Rustam Leesment
Rustam Leesment 5 місяців tagasi
ma lammutan helsingit. mis sind huvitaks. elektri mootorid, roostevaba toru, lihtsalt toru. anna teada . rekka söidab tallin võru
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Kõik huvitab. Ainult, et mis on asjade hinnad ja mis maksab kohaletoomine? Ehk on võimalik meili teel suhelda - donndiy ät gmail punkt com
Xxx _O7
Xxx _O7 5 місяців tagasi
Please make a video on how to make a turboSawmill
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
That's a good idea!
Ana Adam
Ana Adam 5 місяців tagasi
Wow,.argond strong🇮🇩👍🌹
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
👍💪
Андрей Пискунов
Андрей Пискунов 5 місяців tagasi
Непонятно
Андрей Пискунов
Андрей Пискунов 5 місяців tagasi
У и что ты сделал?
Ruudi S
Ruudi S 5 місяців tagasi
Mulle meeldib sinu tööstiil ja ehitatud seadmete kvaliteet. Kas sa teed tellimustöid ka või ehitad ainult oma asju?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Suured-suured tänud! Senikaua, kuni teenust tegemata ära elab, senikaua aega selle peale ei kuluta ja teen projekte, mida olen liiga kaua ootel hoidnud. Seega ei, hetkel teenust ei tee kahjuks. 😳
holger koehler
holger koehler 5 місяців tagasi
Locker 40 Stunden Arbeit....
Tharuka Fernando
Tharuka Fernando 5 місяців tagasi
I like the motor coupling
Soependi Channel
Soependi Channel 5 місяців tagasi
Like 👍
antonio carlos
antonio carlos 5 місяців tagasi
nao entendi nada
TheBeet6661
TheBeet6661 5 місяців tagasi
Скорее всего не сможет протянуть ленту с грузом. Площадь трения будет большая, по сравнению с площадью катка. Нужно будет делать промежуточные ролики, и какие нибудь зацепы на ведущий каток.
Павел Белоусов
Павел Белоусов 5 місяців tagasi
Every thing ok,more english coments go on fffffff
Миша Шуть
Миша Шуть 5 місяців tagasi
Канал если есть станки
vasil shaniuk
vasil shaniuk 5 місяців tagasi
Привет друг ,а инвалидную коляску на резиновых гусеницах ,с дизелем и управление джёстиком ты бы смог сделать? А я был бы твоим первым клиентом. Жду предложений!
Iron Front
Iron Front 5 місяців tagasi
The nylon webbing the ratchet strap is made of would make a better belt. Real conveyors, even a supermarket belt or treadmill. The whole length of the belt upto the roller, rests on a flat board. It makes contact and the weight of the object on belt is taken by the board underneath. In a treadmill I know the board is a low friction plastic and the underside of the belt is like woven textile. Nylon webbing on a steel surface would be very low friction too.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
I already solved the problem. I found an actual strip of conveyor belt I forgot about.
Golden Boy
Golden Boy 5 місяців tagasi
Давай продолжение
Andrew Walsh
Andrew Walsh 5 місяців tagasi
That's a really good coupling design. Great for minor misalignment. Well done.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
I love that coupling style. Easy to manufacture and very forgiving.
edgein
edgein 5 місяців tagasi
Put the belt inside out, maybe they will track better since you get the "crown" on the belt instead of the rollers. Also, instead of overlapping the joints make 6 holes, 3 for each side of the joint?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
I already scrapped the tire protector belt conveyor belt idea. I turned crown on the rollers and found an actual conveyor belt strip that works perfectly. I'll try to finish the conveyor next week and make a video upcoming Friday/Saturday. Stay tuned! 😉
Dharmendra Singh Virk
Dharmendra Singh Virk 5 місяців tagasi
Felt like fooled coz no end.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
That's because it is "Part 1" of the build. Part two will come next week! 😉
Сергей Рещетников
Сергей Рещетников 5 місяців tagasi
Ну уж листогибочный станок ,сам бог велел заиметь.
บรรพต โคแพร่
บรรพต โคแพร่ 5 місяців tagasi
สุดยอด
บรรพต โคแพร่
บรรพต โคแพร่ 5 місяців tagasi
คุณสุดยอดดด
Нурбек Рысбаев
Нурбек Рысбаев 5 місяців tagasi
Қазахстаннан салам👍👍👍
Николай Каракулов
Николай Каракулов 5 місяців tagasi
Малодец! Лайк. Ещё буду смотреть лайки ставить. Да можешь зайти и на мой канал. Удачи тибе.
Рустем Рустем
Рустем Рустем 5 місяців tagasi
Здраствуй ! Что это ?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Конвейер.
Виктор Занько
Виктор Занько 5 місяців tagasi
д а л б а ё б
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Ты?
maya tom
maya tom 5 місяців tagasi
结尾看不懂,毕竟我是门外汉的啦。谢谢。Thank
Ronaldo Bezerra
Ronaldo Bezerra 5 місяців tagasi
I really liked it 👍. thanks buddy
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Thanks for watching! 💪
GeneralChaos1756
GeneralChaos1756 5 місяців tagasi
I like the peoject, i wonder if you'd have better luck using some old snowmobile tracks for the belt instead of the tires? They would ride flatter if nothing else.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Yup. I scrapped the tire idea. I crowned the rollers and found a flat conveyor belt strip and now the conveyor works as it was supposed to. New video next week. Stay tuned!
Estonec Krasnojarsk
Estonec Krasnojarsk 5 місяців tagasi
👍
Вадим Климкин
Вадим Климкин 5 місяців tagasi
ждем продолжение!!!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Продолжение на следующей неделе !!!
Tolyan Zavyalov
Tolyan Zavyalov 5 місяців tagasi
Как всегда классно!!!!ЛАЙК!!!
Ovidiu Ciuca
Ovidiu Ciuca 5 місяців tagasi
Next part?😊😊😊
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Next part next week! 😉
yaciles
yaciles 5 місяців tagasi
many thanks; this can have a lot of uses; basically anywhere a lot of loose material has to be shifted ....
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
This is why I'm building this conveyor separately from the firewood processor. We have to move a lot of dirt from the basement. So this conveyor might come in handy.
Вирш Мазипа
Вирш Мазипа 5 місяців tagasi
У меня есть такой же зелёный моторредуктор. Один в один.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
👍
Madhuntr
Madhuntr 5 місяців tagasi
someone played to much Factorio XD
F3iAKeT5
F3iAKeT5 5 місяців tagasi
続き 早く ( ´艸`)
Brian Johnson
Brian Johnson 5 місяців tagasi
What brand of clamp are you using?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Piher.
B100dyPhr34k
B100dyPhr34k 5 місяців tagasi
So... tank tracks?
Anti -
Anti - 5 місяців tagasi
Wait, you build a conveyor using all that iron but you cant build a metal break using heavy gauge angle for the body then some round stock and tubing for the handles and hinges?
Ottawaan
Ottawaan 5 місяців tagasi
You get right to it!!! Great projects always. Thanks for the content.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Thank you!
fly998
fly998 5 місяців tagasi
Sei un Mago... 😊 bravo!!!
علي الشيخ
علي الشيخ 5 місяців tagasi
عمل رائع شكرا لك اخي
Eric Martin
Eric Martin 5 місяців tagasi
Danger! Spider at 15:30ish....
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
I was hoping someone would notice the spider. Fortunately we don't have venomous spiders here in Estonia. Not that I know of anyway... 😁
6miler
6miler 5 місяців tagasi
Looks cool, one thing I would suggest is to put a crown on your roller. This will help center the belt better on your drive roll. I've found if you try tracking a belt with a flat roller itll either move to one side or the other never in the middle where you'd like it. Keep up the good work!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Yes, the crown is a must.
Freeforester
Freeforester 5 місяців tagasi
Drive chains either side of the 'rollers' (needs sprockets)with blocks as carriers are your better bet for longer lasting low maintenance carrier, look at Palax machine Combi MII, GREAT WORK!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
If the belt turns out to be rubbish I'll convert it to chains. 😀
BarnStangz
BarnStangz 5 місяців tagasi
My old man isn't the best with computers. He is a engine builder and likes to weld. I showed him your channel and he is going wild! At 74 he is back in his shop building stuff! It's great to see a inspirational channel like this!
BarnStangz
BarnStangz 5 місяців tagasi
@Donn DIY Thank you so much for the reply! Yes I will tell him, just last weekend we started up work again on an engine we started building almost 8 years ago! But yes, your videos are great, shot well and will get people interested in building! Humans like to build!!! Have a great day sir!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Very cool! Say hi to your father and thanks for letting me know he got motivated. That is exactly what I want this channel to do. It is very hard to find motivation sometimes and if my videos fill that void I'm very pleased. May he have great projects! 💪
ЮрГри
ЮрГри 5 місяців tagasi
Не перестаю удивляться твоим творчеством. Молодец. 👍👍👍😊
Mark Shymanski
Mark Shymanski 5 місяців tagasi
A very interesting project. We used a shop built conveyor for our gravel operation. We used actual belting and used flat (not barrel shaped) rollers all the way around and had no problems with tracking but they were pretty wide belts so that may have made it easier to track them. Would the tires work okay if you flipped them over so the tread was against the rollers? The tension on the belt as well as the weight of the wood may flatten them enough to work better?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
I found a strip of actual conveyor belt and gonna use it on my conveyor instead of the tire. The current joints don't roll over the rollers that well.
Robi Schellekens
Robi Schellekens 5 місяців tagasi
I don't know if you want to spend money on it. In Belgium there are companies who redo truck tires they can sell you the tread in one pies as long as you want. Regards
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
I already found a strip of actual conveyor belt that I'm gonna use. Don't want to spend money, no. 😀
Evgen Ko
Evgen Ko 5 місяців tagasi
Что это?
dillrepair
dillrepair 5 місяців tagasi
the other thing with this is i'v e been playing a lot with old treadmills lately... the motors are good for repowering things like drill presses and sanders etc.... but you could potentially use the belt and rollers for a project like this too if you ever do another one. yours is great as it is
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
I don't know. 🤔
Kirk Nelson
Kirk Nelson 5 місяців tagasi
Don't know why you sold your metal brake but looks like you need to build a new one, better add it to the list :)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
I sold it so I have to make a version 2.0 that is beefier and wider. So it is in mu to-do list for sure. 😀
gennadiy igumnov
gennadiy igumnov 5 місяців tagasi
Да где нет люфта там всё туфта.
PIHER CLAMPS
PIHER CLAMPS 5 місяців tagasi
Glad to see our Maxipress Clamps in such a great project! Congratulations We hope you enjoy our tools
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Cheers! These clamps are the best! 💪👍🤘
Wilfrid Kolarik
Wilfrid Kolarik 5 місяців tagasi
Good ideas for the job and very professional, quality video. Tank you
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Thank you for watching!
Brenton Paterson
Brenton Paterson 5 місяців tagasi
Woo hoo. Heavy duty sheet metal bender project coming!! Great work.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Yes! 💪
Gašper ajdnik
Gašper ajdnik 5 місяців tagasi
I'm a mechanic 👨‍🔧, i repair cars, motorcycles, lawn movers, chainsaws, snow blovers. I work whit my brother, we work in our dads workshop. I've been working on cars for 16 years. I like watching your videos 😉. Keep Up The good work 👍. Cheers. :-)
BigBlueMotors
BigBlueMotors 5 місяців tagasi
Don't work harder, work smarter. Great job. Looks like you need a set of center punches.
Marcel Baur
Marcel Baur 5 місяців tagasi
love your work - thank you
Eisen
Eisen 5 місяців tagasi
Would angle iron ribs help with the feeding and also to help flatten the tire?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Don't know, have to try it.
MrAJWorks
MrAJWorks 5 місяців tagasi
Master, interesting to watch👍
Francisco Lopez Jimenez
Francisco Lopez Jimenez 5 місяців tagasi
Good job
James Anderton
James Anderton 5 місяців tagasi
Donn, in old time American manufacturing, we called that flexible coupling a “rag joint”.
Jesse Toptech Allen
Jesse Toptech Allen 5 місяців tagasi
Great job I learnt a lot
Avery Senior
Avery Senior 5 місяців tagasi
I wonder if you put a hinge and butt the tire ends together if you might have a better result hoping it works the way it is I hate doing things twice. Keep it up
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
When doing stuff for the first time doing things over is normal I guess... 😀
MARANI MARCO
MARANI MARCO 5 місяців tagasi
🦾🔝
o0julek0o
o0julek0o 5 місяців tagasi
Admit it, you've injected that sweet sweet factorio right into your vein and now you're so hooked you needed to make it in real life...
Evermore
Evermore 5 місяців tagasi
In about 30 years, this guy will have built an entire assembly plant: by hand.
Sascha Weigler
Sascha Weigler 2 місяці tagasi
In 30 Jahren lebt er nicht mehr. Warscheinlich schon viel früher.
I Like Turtles
I Like Turtles 5 місяців tagasi
True
carguy 218
carguy 218 5 місяців tagasi
😂😂😂
PNW RC
PNW RC 5 місяців tagasi
Yeppers!
Paavo Kaleva
Paavo Kaleva 5 місяців tagasi
Concaved belt runs straight on rollers that are a bit spherical! Old days, when steam engines and even diesel engines ran sawmills and rehepeksumasinaid with flat belts, then driver roller was spherical to obtain straight belt run.
Peter Vonavka
Peter Vonavka 5 місяців tagasi
You are absolutely genius in the work you do. You are truly gifted. Keep up the awesome videos!
Paavo Kaleva
Paavo Kaleva 5 місяців tagasi
On Your MIG torch, that +/- rocker switch is for what? Wire speed?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
Yes, that's it. Really comfortable.
Fast Dad Garage - North & South Chamberlain’s
Fast Dad Garage - North & South Chamberlain’s 5 місяців tagasi
I actually built a conveyor very similar to yours but I used the belt from a tread mill, cut it down to width and overlapped a few inches at each joint I also used angle as cleats and riveted them on, again similar to what you did, it was very easy to work with. Figured if it could hold up to a 200lb person a few chunks of wood wasn’t going to be a problem. The processor is on my channel but I never got video of the conveyor
david mccullough
david mccullough 5 місяців tagasi
do you have a plan on paper before you start a project?
Lucas P
Lucas P 5 місяців tagasi
awesome work as always
ZeroLyfe
ZeroLyfe 5 місяців tagasi
Instead of overlapping the belt you could fab up some plates to join the pieces, google - flexco 140 plate fasteners - for an example, you could still use your angle iron on one side of it to act as a steel cleat.
Alexander Peralta
Alexander Peralta 5 місяців tagasi
Saludos desde República Dominicana. Salúdame en unos de tus videos. Siempre los veo.
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