Wagar Carey: If you put a second bucket inside the mounted bucket you could remove the second bucket for loading and unloading thus not having to screw and unscrew the parts. Just a thought.
Nemo Cacihlas: innovation and imagination at its best...great stuff.thx.
Nathan Falco: what did you use for the motor?
Jim Basler: Nice design,partner....... Very uncomplicated,and I really like it.
RS: just amazing !
T862 F672: Did you slow it down? That looks like about 80rpm when most are saying 30rpm is optimum.
Is your motor a wiper unit?
Outlaw Rocky: Man I want one!!!
Moises Koch Dias: Parabém isto é simples pratico e eficiente...
DINO X: Nice job Man....
Hans Lund: Great! What kind of polishing media?
Dart388thVFW: good job!!
Roadghost88: Great design. Very simple and effective.
G56AG: Well done!
Josh mansfield: Could you build one for me? I'm willing to pay
Cast Net Channel: Very cool video! Subscribed.
CannonMan: The max speed of the motor used was around 60 rpm we installed a potentiometer which gives us a variable speed from 40-60 rpm. About 45 is ideal for a tumbler. I don't know how fast you'd need to go for a 5 gallon bucket but you can experiment with it once you install the potentiometer.
hpfr33k: Another Question, how did you slow the motor down enough? what rpm are you runnin do you think? i was given a 3/4hp motor that runs at +- 500rpm. i want to use it even though it is way over kill. it is used on a 5 gallon bucket btw
CannonMan: All depends on how shiny you want your brass. A couple of hours gets most of the grime off but anywhere from 6-8 hours to make them shiny. The media I have been using is half crushed walnuts and half corn cobs.