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January 3, 2015
London Scissor Lift Hire
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That’s sooooooooooooooooooooooo cool!
Kid, That way guy in the photo (your dad?) is way cool to show you and help
you with this. Remember this many of us were not that lucky to have a cool
Dude to show us stuff like this
Thanks! Comments like this mean a lot to me (the dad)…
Great Work. I know your son will learn a lot from projects like these. I
think I’m going to build one for a small portable table that I’m making.
Using 5 scissor pairs with a width of 1/2″ each, your design should
compress to ~3″. One set of parallel sticks should be on the outside and
the other set should be on the inside to prevent them from binding when
That’s cool. Nobody showed me how to do things(Had to learn it from books
and videos). I’m worried though. That blade is a very dangerous cutting
tool. It’s not safe to cut like that.(holding the short end)
A mighty well done kiddo, I see we have a budding Izambard in our midst,
and NO that is definitely NOT an insult, Izambard Kingdom Brunell was one
of, if not indeed the worlds finest engineers in history, he designed and
built the Great Eastern, and Great Western steam Liners, the Briston
Suspension Bridge, and numerous other engineering feats, so dad take great
care of your budding engineer, you’ve got a good one there. 🙂
i wish i had a dad like you
@Klasharx3x I like him. I’m the kid in the video. But be thankful you have
or had a Dad.
@Klasharx3x Thank you very much. I hope I can live up to that 😀
I am a high school math and physics teacher and would like to have students
build a scissor lift while learning about inequalities and engineering
tolerances. can you post or email me (email@example.com) the list of
materials needed, where to drill the holes, the size of drill bit used,
steps for building the scissor lift, and any other important info? thanks!
@aschermann18 It is really easy. We used regular popsicle or craft sticks,
1/8 inch dowels and an 1/8th inch drill bit. We eyeballed everything but
essentially you drill a hole in the center and a hole at either end. The
problem with the end holes is that they want to split when you put the
dowels in. I’d drill those holes 1/2″ from the ends. Assembly is just like
the video shows. Assemble one side first and then attach two sides to the
@criminyjicket I’d REALLY love to be able to make this today, but on a much
smaller level. I’m looking to create 3 tiny scissor lifts to create the
idea of fish jumping out of a pond around a cake. Can I use this list
method if, say, I cut the popsicle sticks in half? Would it work? If you
can help, I’d really appreciate it!
@criminyjicket I’d also need it to be motorized in some kind of way…I’d
need it to lift on its own
@lnperez1083 you could do it pretty easily but if you need something
reliable I’d look at Lego or the like. I’m not sure how you’d motorize it
except to anchor one leg and then pull and push the opposite leg to raise
and lower your fish. Sounds like a neat idea and I’d love to see it…
How much weight does this hold? We need something in the pneumatic or
hydraulic systems that can lift 20 pounds
Hardly any at all. I think you could easily build something similar out of
aluminum that could do what you are looking for though.
Something to do with your kids this weekend? Mini scissor lift made from
ice lolly sticks and dowels: http://goo.gl/xKDmm
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Hi I have to make a pneumatic scissor lift for my project at school and I’m
clueless on how to make one lol. Can you help me on how to make one?
Dont use a ultility knife for cutting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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