After about two weeks I’m stunned with the fact there is so little animo in the Netherlands. In my direct environment I tried to initiate some enthousiasm in my direct colleagues and friends but …….mostly I only get surprised faces…..
Anyway I’m now checking commercial shredders as well.
If you have any experience with commercial…[Read more]
Leuk van je te horen! Alhoewel er een wereld vol enthousiasme is, lijkt het echte animo me ver weg.
We willen allemaal wel inzetten op het milieu en dan met name het plastic probleem maar als men er daadwerkelijk voor moeten werken en persoonlijke inzet gevraagd wordt………dan zwakt het al snel af. Dat is mijn ervaring tot nut…[Read more]
I’m new to this community and to the world of PP, however not new to machinebuilding or engineering. During the last 20 years I was working around the world but now, came of age, trying to settle down in my hometown.
The idea is to set up a shredder shop. Maybe set up some extrusion shop and optiize the process to a kind of continuous…[Read more]
Hi there Kamel!
I did not check the drawing yet (no time) but out of your description it would be assumable that the problem indeed is caused by too high friction.
Check the gaps between knives with a filler gauge for starters.
This evening I’ll check the drawings if there is any given tolerance besides the general ones. You bought a 8.8 rod, so…[Read more]
Is your shredder (according the PP design) equipped with stainless steel blades?
Because of the higher thermal expansion for stainless steel type 304 the friction between the blades will increase fast, resulting eventually in jamming of your shredder.
Of course it will cause wear and the sharpness of your blades will be affected f…[Read more]