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November 19, 2014
London Scissor Lift Hire
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Awesome! How’d you plan on getting the boxes onto and off of the lift?
Hi Andrew. We have in construction (currently part final aluminium, part
plywood prototype still) a gripper mechanism which is made as a module
based around a perspex encased gear chain. This module is mounted upon the
lift, and at the input of a command the module opens up to reveal its full
box gripping ability…..
Me and my friend are thinking of doing something like this for an
engineering. Can you give us some advice on how you did this like height,
materials etc. it doesn’t have to be exact it can be simplified if you
would be more comfortable with that but any help would be greatly
Oh god sorry for my horrible grammar an engineering project I mean.
Well materials can be anything; plywood and dowel as seen here, or
aluminium/steel etc. Height is simple. start of with a few layers then add
an extra on or two if needed. It is easy to build upon. Be warned – with
more layers comes more friction, something that needs to be taken into
account when using the lift. Sorry for the delayed reply. Any other
wow, that’s probably the most stable scissor lift I have ever seen!
At the moment I am doing the Warman project where I need to program the
Hoever, I don’t have any clue how to program and run this Scissor lift.
Do you have any advice how will this scissor lift work with working on
What type of chain did you use? Our school group is trying a similar idea
to raise a scissor lift with as little force needed as possible
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