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Continuous Type Jaw Crusher

03/23/2012 3:38 AM

I have a plan to design continuous jaw crusher which is having 1 fixed jaw and 2 movable jaw. Also should have two double eccentric shaft for driven mechanism. Suggestions and advices plz.

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Re: continuous type jaw crusher

03/23/2012 5:34 AM

there is an interesting paper on the net EXACTLY on this subject try under "continuoous jaw crusher".

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03/23/2012 9:52 AM

Hi rajesh,

It sounds like you have an idea not a plan.

You should do the design yourself, if your degree is going to be worth anything.

As suggested elsewhere, put your "title" in google and you will find existing manufacturers.

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03/23/2012 9:52 AM

Well, go ahead and design it. We are not going to do it for you.

See this:Design of Toggle Plate In Jaw Crusher

DO YOUR OWN HOMEWORK!

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Re: Continuous Type Jaw Crusher

03/23/2012 4:51 PM

Suggest you try making such a crusher on the principle a ' half-'moon' or crescent type liquid pump is constructed,ofcourse you will have to make some modifications in design. You can also modify Root's blower for a try. Design it for top feed with bottom discharge

A modified version of this pump might solve your problem...

Instead of one central rotary jaw crusher you can install two eccentric ones on a double eccentric so that with every revolution the one moves away while the other crushes.

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03/23/2012 5:36 PM

thx alot......

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Re: Continuous Type Jaw Crusher

03/29/2012 12:53 PM

This design is more in line with acone or hammer mill then jaw crusher.

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03/23/2012 5:04 PM

here arre so many other choices for you,,,,

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03/23/2012 5:43 PM

thx.i preferred the 2nd one.Bt with the help of two eccentric shaft how can i carry out the up and down motion of the fixed jaw?

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03/23/2012 5:51 PM

Why do you want to move the 'fixed jaw' up and down???

You may snatch yet another idea from Jordon mill.....

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03/24/2012 2:06 AM

oh srrry.that was my mistake. I mean movable jaw is located between two fixed jaws.so how can i perform up & down motion of the movable jaw which is been located in the centre?

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03/25/2012 9:22 AM

you can use a crank or a double crank or even a cam fitted with a connecting rod!

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03/29/2012 1:03 PM

The design your looking at is called a cone crusher.

A jaw crusher is much different. you have a hard steel plate that another hard steel hits this is run by a piston hook up to a drive shaft.

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03/29/2012 12:58 PM

Again most of these are not jaw crushers.

Just go on google and type in jaw crusher designs there are tons of pictures out there. Our better yet contact a manufacture of crushing plants they should be able to help also.

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03/24/2012 9:07 PM

fwiw, study the continuous crushers used in rock crushing plants where they make gravel.

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