Vibratory tumblers

Has anyone ever made their own vibratory tumbler? Does anyone use one to tumble small steel parts?

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Michael Koblic
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No need to build one, Harbor Freight sells two sizes of perfectly useable ones cheap.

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Pete C.

I've seen a plastic bucket siliconed to the cone of a larger woofer, face up, and hooked to the shop 100-watt stereo. filled with walnut hulls or similar, sometimes with liquid for a sort of (non-ultra)sonic cleaner Efficiency dependent on choice of music.

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I made one from a 20 lb propane tank & treadmill motor:

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Works well, but is VERY loud.


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Bob Engelhardt

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Gunner Asch

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