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I am looking for plans to build a shaker table. I saw one on Chris Ralphs web site, but there are no actual plans posted, just a general description. I would like to build one that is smaller in size. If anyone has any ideas, I would appreciate the help. Thanks.

Down sizing it would not be a problem as long as we keep the size proportions in order. I've checked my files and I am having my hard rock partner check his for the plans. There are a couple companies that make a small lab table, 2 foot by 4 foot, that might be right for you. I'll check the Mining Journal for their phone numbers.

Thanks for your help. We have a claim in AZ that produces well, but it is very fine gold and a shaker table would be very helpful in our recovery process. Looking forward to heraring from you. Thank you again and have a great new year.

4.The cam I would use for such a small table would be nothing more than a good quality pulley. Drill a hole close to the outside of the pully, that way you can use different size weights to control the amount of bounce you want. Simple bolt with lead weights will work. When you get the right bounce you wont be changing it all the time anyway. The pulley is fastened to the underside of the table.

I do know one thing for sure!! there not that easy to build. I had a hell of a time trying to figure it all out. If you break it down into each assy. and use quality stuff you will find that it is a great project for the guy who likes to tinker. The little tables dont sell for a grand because there easy!!If you start one and have a question, give me a call 253-299-6423 SteveT

Thank you all for your efforts and information. I will look into the premade ones and see if I can get one for a good price. I see them from time to time on the internet, I will keep my eyes open for used ones as well. Thanks again and Happy New Year to all!

I've been searching for the plans that the British Geological Society said they have for the shaker table. They do not have it on their site anymore and I noticed you have them. Would you share them with me? I would appreciate it very much.

4.The cam I would use for such a small table would be nothing more than a good quality pulley. Drill a hole close to the outside of the pully, that way you can use different size weights to control the amount of bounce you want. Simple bolt with lead weights will work. When you get the right bounce you wont be changing it all the time anyway. The pulley is fastened to the underside of the table.

I do know one thing for sure!! there not that easy to build. I had a hell of a time trying to figure it all out. If you break it down into each assy. and use quality stuff you will find that it is a great project for the guy who likes to tinker. The little tables dont sell for a grand because there easy!!If you start one and have a question, give me a call 253-299-6423 SteveT

I noticed you have experience with making a shaker table. Detailed info is so hard to find. I'm curious to know what works for you. The table layout, riffle details, angles, depth, shape, location, length, etc. are all somewhat mysterious. I'm a machinist and can do it all nicely but want to get it done right the first time.

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