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X1 & X2 Power Hammer

Bill of Materials

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION: For reference only.
This document is not to be considered an order list or stock cut list for the constuction of an X1-X2 power hammer.

X2 Frame

NO. DWG. REF. QTY. ITEM WEIGHT COST NOTE
1. A- 1 FRAME, Tube : 1/4" x 6" x 12" x 81.25 195 lbs. $ Cut 3 Pcs.
2. A- 6 FRAME, Ribs : 1/2" x 2.5" x 18" (108) 33 lbs. $  
3. A- 1 FRAME, Cap : 3/4" x 7.25" x 18" 28 lbs. $  
4. A- 2 FRAME, Flange : 1/2" x 2.5" x 15" (30) 11 lbs. $ Cut (2)
5. A- 2 FRAME, Flange : 1/2" x 1.5" x 6" (12) 3 lbs. $ Cut (2)
6. A- 2 FRAME, Fill covers : 1/8" x 3" dia. lbs. $  
7. A- 1 FRAME, E-box 1/2" x 2" x 9 3 lbs. $  
8. A- 1 FRAME, E-box Cover 16ga 4-1/4" x 7" lbs. $  
9. A- 1 FRAME, Tool Bars : 1/2" dia x 33" 2 lbs. $ Cut (3)
10. A- 2 FRAME, Top Brace : 1/4" x 5" x 5" 2 lbs. $ Cut (2)
11. A- 4 FRAME, Flange Braces : 1/2" x 2.5" x 2.5" 2 lbs. $ Scraps
12. A- 1 FRAME, Bracket : 1/4" 2 x 2" angle 1/2 lbs. $ Scraps
13. A- 2 FRAME, Anvil Tie : 1/2" x 3" x 5" (10) 2 lbs. $ Weight ea.
TOTAL 282 lbs. $ Less Guides
14. A- 1 BASE PLATE : 3/4" x 16" x 30" 102 lbs. $  
TOTAL 384 lbs. $ Less Guides
15. A- 1 Dry Sand Fill (bottom only) ~125 lbs. $  
TOTAL 509 lbs. $ Less Guides

X2 Anvil

NO. DWG. REF. QTY. ITEM WEIGHT COST NOTE
1. A- 20 ANVIL, Plates : 1" x 5" x 29" (580) 822 lbs. $ 20 Pcs.
2. A- 1 ANVIL, Cap : 2" x 9" dia. 36 lbs. $ Flame Cut
3. A- 8 ANVIL, Straps : 1/2" x 2.5" x 10.5" (84) 29 lbs. $ 20 Pcs.
4. A- 2 ANVIL, Flange : 1/2" x 2.5" x 14.5" 10 lbs. $  
5. A- 2 ANVIL, Flange : 1/2" x 2" x 10" 8 lbs. $  
TOTAL 905 lbs. $ Less Dies

X2 Ram

NO. DWG. REF. QTY. ITEM WEIGHT COST NOTE
1. A- 1 RAM : 3.5" x 5" x 18" 89 lbs. $330.00 1/2 Pcs.
2. A- 2 RAM, Blocks : 1" x 2" x 6" (12) 7 lbs. $  
3. A- 2 RAM, Rockers : 1.5" Dia. x 11" 3 lbs. $  
4. A- 2 RAM, Rocker Caps : 2" x 2" x 3.25" lbs. $   Material
5. A- 2 Springs : .282/.202" x 1.75" x 20"?
MTS-224, MTS-035
8 lbs. $75.00 Trailer Springs
TOTAL 107 lbs. $ Less Dies

X2 Ram Guides

NO. DWG. REF. QTY. ITEM WEIGHT COST NOTE
1. A- 1 RAM Guide: 0.75 x 6" CRS x 18" lbs. $.00  
2. A- 1 Part lbs. $.00  
3. A- 1 Oil Filled Nylon 6/6 (blue) 1" x 1" x 48" 1 lbs. $.00  
4. A- 4 GUIDE, Cap : 1/8" x 1.75 x 7.5 1 lbs. $.00 Wt. 4
TOTAL lbs. $ Less Hrdw.

X2 Misc Material

NO. DWG. REF. QTY. ITEM WEIGHT COST NOTE
1. A- 1 PULLEY : 3" OD x 3.5" Mild steel or A6061 6 lbs. $.00  
2. A- 1 SHAFT and ROCKERS : 1.5" Dia. x 24" CF 1018 12 lbs. $.00  
2. A- 1 SHAFT, Flange 6.75 Dia. x 1.125" CF 1018 11 lbs. $.00  
3. A- 1 ROCKER, Saddle : 2" x 2" x 3.25 lbs. $.00  
4. A- 1 PITMAN : 2" x 2.5" x 3.5" block 3 lbs. $.00 From Ram(s)
5. A- 1 CRANK Parts : 2.5" Dia. x 2.5" & 1/2" 1.5 lbs. $.00 Finished Wt.
6. A- 1 TOGGLE BLOCK : 1.75" x 3" x 1.25" 1.5 lbs. $.00 .
7. A- 1 TREADLE Tube : 1" SCHED 40 Pipe x 40"  5.52 lbs. $.00 .
8. A- 2 TREADLE Levers : 3/8 x 2" x 18"  7.65 lbs. $.00 .
9. A- 1 TREADLE Con Rod : 1/2" dia x 62"  3.5 lbs. $.00 .
10. A- 2 TREADLE Rod End : 3/8" x 1.25 x 6"  0.8 lbs. $.00 .
11. A- 2 TREADLE Connector : 1" x 1" x 2.5"  lbs. $.00 .
TOTAL lbs. $ Less Hrdw.

X2 Stock Parts

NO. DWG. REF. QTY. ITEM WEIGHT COST NOTE
1. A- 1 COMPACT SPARE : T125 / 70D 15 20 lbs. $20.00  
2. A- 2 1-1/2" Ball Bearing Pillow Blocks 7 lbs. $100.00  
3. A- 2 BigBLU QC Die Holders 12 lbs. $.00 Wt. Pair
4. A- 1 BigBLU QC Combo Dies 14 lbs. $490.00 Wt. Pair
5. A- 1 MOTOR : 2HP, 1800 RPM, 1PH, NEMA G145T Frame, 7/8" shaft 56 lbs. $375.00  
6. A- 4 Oilite Bushings .500 ID .625 OD x 3/4" 0 lbs. $5.00  
7. A- 1 Oilite Bushing 1.25 ID 1.50 OD x 2" 0 lbs. $5.00  
8. A- 1 BOLT Hex Head: 3/4-12 NF x 3.5"
L9 or Grade 8
lbs. $.00  
9. A- 4 BOLT Shoulder : 1/2" x 2.5" lbs. $7.20  
10. A- 3 BOLT Shoulder : 5/8" x 3/4" lbs. $10.08  
11. A- 2 BOLT Shoulder : 5/8" x 1-1/4" ?? lbs. $.00  
12. A- 8 SHIMS : .020" x .500 ID .75 OD lbs. $9.20  
13. A- 1 COUPLING NUT : 1-1/8"-5 Acme RH lbs. $28.00 93023A668
14. A- 1 COUPLING NUT : 1-1/8"-5 Acme LH lbs. $33.00 93026A656
15. A- 1 Acme B7 Rod 1-1/8"-5 RH x 12" lbs. $41.35 93410A975
16. A- 1 Acme B7 Rod 1-1/8"-5 LH x 36" lbs. $67.00  
17. A- 1 Part lbs. $.00  
18. A- 30 SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREWS 7/16-20 x 1.25" 2 lbs. $18.75  
19. A- 6 SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREWS 1/2-20 x 1.75" 2 lbs. $10.34 10 MIN
20. A- 21 BUTTON HEAD CAP SCREWS : #10-32 x .5"
Stainless
lbs. $9.34 50 Min.
21. A- 12 HEX HEAD BOLTS : 1/2-20 x 1.25"
L9 or Grade 8
lbs. $20.00  
22. A- 2 HEX HEAD BOLTS : 1/2-20 x 1.75"
L9 or Grade 8
lbs. $9.38 5 Min. 
xx. A- 1 Outdoor Enamel, Brick Red, Quart lbs. $10.00  
TOTAL lbs. $ Less Hrdw.

NOTES:

NEMA G145T "FARM DUTY" motors are specially designed for farm duty applications requiring high starting torque and moderate starting current. Standard features include V-ring slingers in both drive and opposite drive ends, reversible shaft rotation and start capacitors providing versatility for indoor and outdoor use. These had manual overload protection available to protect against extreme overloads offering maximum operator safety.

Suppliers:

We purchased most of the steel from local suppliers. However we purchased the ram, tool steel and some cold finished steel on-line. Most of this was purchased from McMaster-Carr, some from On-Line Metals and some from other's who had what we needed at the time.

Nuts, bolts and screws were purchased from our favorite supplier, Valley Fasteners of Lynchburg and from McMaster-Carr. Valley Fasteners is one of those great places that stocks about everything you can imagine and will sell you ONE tiny #10-32 screw or a truckload of big 1" bolts with the same friendly service. If you fax them the hardware list from our Bill of Materials I am sure they could fill every item. Send them an exact list and you will not need to purchase minimums or odd quantities. Note that they also sell top quality drill bits, taps and dies.

Motors and bearings, Acme rod and nuts, oil filled nylon guide material and bronze bushings (and reamers) was purchased from McMaster-Carr. Motors were also purchased from on-line discount sources. If you shop around you can probably do better than we did. Note however that there are a LOT of variables to motors. NEMA Frame size defines most of what you need but there are voltage, RPM and other options within every frame size. We purchased several small motors from a discount supplier that turned out to be an odd RPM (1075) instead of the 1800 (1785) we expected.

Springs were purchased from TruckSpring.com. Their prices are good and they were fast.

Stock Dies were purchased from Big BLU. I would use no other hammer manufacturer's dies.

Services:

We paid several people to cut material for us. The supplier of the structural tubing did not cut as square as structural is required by global standards. It caused us problems. CHECK cut stock for squareness as well as dimensions. One supplier wasted several feet of stock cutting 45's after cutting to length rather than flipping the stock for each cut. We had a local machine shop broach keyways in 4 pulleys for us - only charged $30.

The flame cutting done by the steel suppliers was fine. Note however that if you give ANY of these guys a tolerance they will generally mess it up and take the tolerance off instead of leaving it on. We have had this happen over and over. We had round flanges laser cut as a "government" job and the guy made the ID almost 1/4" larger than what we asked. . . I could have done better by hand with a torch in poor condition. Drawings, such as our CAD detail drawings often help but not always. Remember that warehouse personell doing cutting are NOT machinists or craftsmen, they are usually just a guy that knows how to run the machine. . . .


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