Power Hammer Rebuild

Bujold

New Member
New to the forum thing. I’ve been making and breaking things for a long time though. Machinery rebuilding is what I love best. My latest is a Canadian Giant power hammer. Knock off of the little giant. Who knows. It’s cool cause it’s made in my province. Ontario Canada. Anyway it was in a fire and the Babbitt was melted out and clutch burnt up.
Did I take before pics. Um no. Usually do but got carried away fixing and forgot. Ended up modern and better than day one. Hundred years or so later that is.
 

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Bujold

New Member
Thanks. Next is a table top heavy duty hydraulic forging press. Last one was huge and took too much space in my little shop. Gonna put a a rolling mill on the side too for drawing out.
 

EdCaffreyMS

"The Montana Bladesmith"
Looks great! Just remember..... if a Little Giant hammer isn't "dripping" with oil/grease.....then it needs to be lubed! :) (chainsaw bar oil has always been my choice for mechanical hammers)
 
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