There is a similar hanger on the Dremel workstation they have but the way Simon mounted looks good to me.
Yes Simon’s method could well be the answer, however as you say the Dremel stand does have a hook arrangement on the top of the main shaft.
@Sprkslfly is thinking more along the lines of a retractable style I think.
@Sprkslfly were you thinking about a retractable type of arrangement? and if so would it be that you would have to hold onto the Dremel while it is doing it’s thing?
Given how fast it works…it’s really not a big deal to hold it in place (with a slight downward pressure) for a minute or so.
But then, that’s assuming that the amount of tension can be adjusted (or if not, found something within a range that doesn’t add to the task obviously chuckles)
For myself, it’s more about having it immediately accessible, but without being in the way when not in use. And given the footprint that most presses eat up… I just like the “minimalist” amount of space that the hanging rod type setup provides. Most presses are a 6"x8" footprint minimum. And workspace is at a premium for me. (Downsizing a house full to basically a single BR is no joke!)
At the end of the day that arrangement sounds like a good option.
I think that even just a hanging bracket, not even retractable, where you can just take the Dremel off the hook, do your thing, and then put it back on the hook would work fine.
As you say as it is for such a short duration would it matter having to hold the Dremel in your hand.
I don’t have a problem holding with my hand, I would probably need to plug it on a switch I could turn off with my foot.
Normally I use my generators by hand and most in this size category are used that way. It can get tiresome holding one though as others said its not bad. What I did was cut an aluminum round 2 inches in diameter x 5/8 thick with a .500 inch hole in the center. This is the OD of the stator tube.
It was drilled and tapped for a 5/16 x 18 thread and attached to a .500 rod shown on the right. This slides in and locks with a thumbscrew as shown.
IMO nothing beats this drop-in lift-out setup. A locking collar can be placed under the cross support where you can swing everything out of your way and return to your preset height. This stand is 9 x 12 with a 20" high post.
This is very stable
I checked Amazon and eBay and lab stands and clamps are pretty cheap and then some are crazy expensive. If I know the rod and thread size I can machine a “round” like above pretty cheaply and quickly. Just let me know. There are lots of styles of lab clamps.
Received my GC today. . That handle is genius I can have this going in no time, actually I already have it put together. Your instructions with pictures were perfect.
Now to go to mix room and set up a hook until I have a more permanent solution. ,
Thank you @Guitarded for all you are doing. This is going to be a Game Changer for me. You have no idea.
I will report back soon.
That’s very cool!!! Let us know how it goes!
That’s cool, didn’t know the tacklife came with a side handle like that. Have fun with the Game Changer
It didn’t come with the handle, it was sent by @Guitarded to make it a bit easier for me.
Is there nothing that man can’t do? Is this even a ‘man’, a ‘human’, at this point??
Tam you are using this for Liquid right Not the other thing
Funny you mention her…I was gonna post…"Zippy Jumps in to thread all of a sudden " lmao
Ya just never know what will come to mind… 101 uses…
A. The one closest to the bottom. It has a strong suction so it is pulling liquid up to the sleeve so its debatable how necessary it is but you wouldn’t want to run it outside of liquid. That sleeve is 1 1/8 inches inside the tube from the bottom.