sfbfriend: Beautiful job Sir, really nice. I plan on copying this soon. I love the use
of all brass components. What size battery to you use for power?
Alex C: What does the rollerskate wheel and bearing do?
woodsman1st: Nice looking dry washer; what size is your 12 DC electric motor?
Agus Riyanto: simple & perfect good job...
G Deetan: Hello Can you please email me at YamacrapaTreasures@gmail.com i want to
know how much it cost to built one thanks Giuseppe Los Angeles California
don350x: what did you use for blower
gotwofast1: Nice video . Good job !!! Looks like it will work great
MrEddie715: how did you made the "oscillator"?? do you have some pictures of the
process or something??
go4dryGold: In answer to your question, each of the three components measures approx.
8" x 16". The riffle tray is made with 1-1/2" x 1/4" stock, the grizzly is
2-1/2" x 1/4", and the airbox is 3-1/2" x 1/4". I chose red oak for its
light weight and durability. Almost all of the materials needed can be
found at Home Depot. I spent about 100 dollars on materials and hardware.
Good luck with your project!
go4dryGold: Hey, Giuseppe... I spent approx. 100 dollars for materials and hardware.
dynamicfire99: Thank you for your response back.
dynamicfire99: Wanted to find out more information on creating a drywasher like yours for
high mountain areas in Nevada and California. Right now I just doing by
panning and taking samples. Whats the box size and wood frame thickness.
go4dryGold: Your best bet is to evaluate all the current units, then visualize what you
need to fabricate your own. Size and shape depends on usage.