iwantosavemoney: this is very cool I can see where it would come in a handy for a few things
like sifting rabbit manure, material to go into a pellet mill, sifting rock
out if clay (water might need to be added) what is cool about this is when
using natural material nothing goes to waste clay can be use to build many
things the rocks can be use for concrete same with the material for a
pellet mill the stuff that does not go threw can be ran threw a hammer mill
again and nothing goes to waste. good job
TheInkinJapan: Works well, but I am wondering if something half the size , or smaller,
would do the same job. I guess you could check the optimal size by how much
dirt makes it through to the other side.
Jay Martin: Where can I find a round cylinder like one pictured here? I would love to
build one of these.
Banguts: Seriously, just go buy a Mantis. All the work building the thing, move a
tractor around, shovel the whole time. You're out of breathe that entire
video and your chic is the one with the shovel......
SwollenRhino: Throw your coffee grounds in the dirt !
Eduardo Garcia Valsi: hola quería saber que medidas tiene de largo y de diámetro los aros y si
tienen alguna inclinación para que parte de la tierra que no se tamiza va
hacia el carro y que potencia tiene el motor, gracias
joe b: gold rush episode? no gold?
Antoine Kerfzhan: add some vermiculite and some peat to that soil and it will grow plants
bigger than godzilla
Dusky Rooster Dee Anna: I used to sift my compost, but I have found all the little wood bits,
clods, and rocks are great homes for the microbiology that makes no till
bio-dynamic gardening so great. Chunky is my style, and the roots love
Mark O'Donohoe: #lethal would you ever pop an emergency stop button on the system.....!
Otherwise pretty cool :)
clark davis: good stuff
dan staves: i'm going to make one out of an old dryer
Bicycle Yoda: my suggestion is turn the whole thing 90 degrees and throw the dirt in from
the side. then as u fill the raised bed you can slide the whole thing
down the the length of the bed.
Banguts: Lazy mother freaker
goodcat1982: get another small caster wheel, spin it 90 degrees compared to the other
wheels and use that to hold the trommel in place. Attach it to where you
have the metal brace. No more squeaking :)
ENG AHMED ADLY MOHAMMED HASSAN: قبل 3 أشهر
Eddy Somair: No use when the compost is wet!! Nice construction
socialyenept: your wifes a machine on the shovel
KAIAPOGAN: REALLY GOOD! HAHAHAHAHA! Hey man you let your girlfriend doing the heavy
Mark Donaghy: I'm in the final stages of building one very similar to yours but with dual
screens - 1/4" and 3/4" so mine is 6' long and powered by a B/S 4hp gas
motor. Also mine has a hopper so I can load it with my small tractor.
Thanks for the ideas and excellent video
Jeff Beck: I like the way the outer wheels form a rotatable container for the big
cylindrical screen. That is a pretty creative solution to that mechanical
Robert J Bulmer Jr: Truly amazing. A lot of hard work careful planning and thinking went into
this project without any doubt. Much praise for the end result.
goodcat1982: Where did you get the 10" pulley? I'm struggling to find one with the
appropriate attachments on it :(
Phillip Ramirez: looks like the drum is 28" bike rims and 1/2" hardware cloth.
Jeff Beck: I just love this machine the more I watch it run.
melvin bar: good idea
jbkibs: nice! sure beats manually sifting... love it. i just might have to make one
of these that reduces from a 540 PTO ...
Larry Carbaugh: Where did you find motors and pulleys?
What HP for the motor and shaft size?
Prepping Angel: Any updates????
gino oreste cassinelli del sante: very good
Tom Knowles: How did you build it?
EMMA PENYA: How much cost this Homemade Rotary Soil? We are interesting in buy it,
tell me something about it please!!! it´s very cool! THANKS!! emma
patrick donegan: XLNT!
George Martin: You only made this video to have that woman do your bidding. GENIUS!!
eudamullah: What gauge was the mesh? Is it welded wire or galvanized wire cloth?
Brian Scheer: how do you build the trommel itself. i like your setup very cool!
Alejandro Sanchez: Where u got the center bearings?
namuh223: Did you make the drum? If so could you share the construction. Otherwise
where you got it? Thank you in advance.
Dana White: Nice, Thanks!
Gordon McCoy: Interesting, David... Thanks!
suziequeue1964: In this video you mention a number of features which were still under
development such as the motor platform, the guard to keep the drum from
running forward and the copper axle locking yoke.
Did you resolve these issues and if so - what was the final outcome? Do you
have a video of the final result?
I am very keen to replicate this
TheRoachHut: Hi dont suppose u have some plans for this or a step by step guide, would
love to build one of these for my allotment. Tony
Kevin SulaeArts: This is super nice. Where did you find/buy the drum?
WiresAnSteel: could the whole thing be turned at right angles to the raised bed and move
along as the bed is filled to save shovelling?
Chris Towerton: I like it... Thanks for sharing
David Waltman: I hadn't looked at this in a while, and didn't realize there were so many
questions. 1) I would recommend a 1725 RPM AC induction motor. This one is
only 1/2 hp, which is plenty. These are everywhere; often in blowers and
fans. This one is borrowed from my metal buffer. 2) weave wire through the
spoke holes to attach the mesh 3) these are 26 in rims, but it doesnt
matter what you use. They just need to be the same. 4) yes, my wife was
shoveling so I could make the video :).