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VID's Quick and Dirty Rotisserie Guide


By vid1900

7 years ago



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    Post #1 What is a rotisserie, description and supplies list. Posted by vid1900 (7 years ago)

    Post #2 Step One: Drill & tap sides. Posted by vid1900 (7 years ago)

    Post #3 Step two: Drill & tap tops. Posted by vid1900 (7 years ago)

    Post #4 Step three: Form the axle. Posted by vid1900 (7 years ago)

    Post #5 Step four: Assemble the knob. Posted by vid1900 (7 years ago)

    Post #6 Step five: cut and assemble the perforated angle. Posted by vid1900 (7 years ago)

    Post #7 Step six: finish the legs. Posted by vid1900 (7 years ago)

    Post #18 Clamps for attaching playfields to the perforated angle. Posted by vid1900 (7 years ago)

    Post #24 Leg leveler idea. Posted by vid1900 (7 years ago)

    Post #66 Playfield sizes. Posted by vid1900 (6 years ago)

    Post #79 Variation using plywood ends instead of perforated angle iron. Posted by jgreene (6 years ago)

    Post #120 Video demonstration on using a rotisserie. Posted by vid1900 (5 years ago)

    Post #144 Link to a video on how to remove a playfield. Posted by lb1 (4 years ago)

    Post #170 Link to a wooden design. Posted by vid1900 (4 years ago)


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    #147 4 years ago
    Quoted from jazc4:

    Another successful 30 minute rotisserie build. Under $200 total at Lowes. Thanks to all contributors.

    I have all the materials to make this except I'm not easily locating the sillcock handle. I even called some plumbers supply stores. Is this the Lowe's item #133575 that you used to procure the handle? http://www.lowes.com/pd_133575-33599-M72AS-HASK_4294700944__?productId=3389482
    Other than that, Ace Hardware seems to have some, but only if it is delivered to my local store and I'm not even sure if the handle has a square slot on the other side for the carriage bolt, so I don't know if I even want to try that out.

    #149 4 years ago

    thanks, I'll keep an eye out for that part.

    #154 4 years ago
    Quoted from jazc4:

    I got this one because it was all my Lowes had. It works but I need to epoxy it to the carriage bolt. Otherwise, I have to hold it on the square aligner to use it. Probably worth a trip to HD if they have a better one. My Lowes is 3 miles away and HD is 15 miles, so I'll try epoxy first.
    Here's the link. http://www.lowes.com/ProductDisplay?partNumber=41960-1366-10006X&langId=-1&storeId=10151&productId=50063819&catalogId=10051&cmRelshp=rel&rel=nofollow&cId=PDIO1
    Post edited by jazc4: Forgot link

    that's the one. it fits the carriage bolt spec and is 2-1/2" in diameter. I picked up my materials from HD and didn't see a suitable handle at the time.

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    #157 4 years ago

    so I had a crazy idea and converted the rotisserie into a camera rig, and it kinda worked well so far. details over on the camera rig thread: https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/the-pinball-camera-rig-club-tips-on-building-and-shooting-pinball-videos/page/2#post-2111410
    It's disassembled now as I'm going to convert mine back to rotisserie mode.

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