CF100 - Automatic Chicken Feeder Plans Construction - How To Build A Chicken Feeders

CF100 - Automatic Chicken Feeder Plans Construction - How To Build A Chicken Feeders
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Units: Inches - fractions
Area for construction: 3.342 Feet ²
Oversize: 2' 3 1/4" x 1' 5 3/8" x 1' 9 3/4" (height)
Total volume of wood: 1963 4/5 inches3 (= 1 1/7 feet3)
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Units: Millimeters - decimal
Area for construction: 0.31 Meters ²
Oversize: 694mm x 442mm x 554mm (height)
Total volume of wood: 0.032 m3
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How To Build A Chicken Feeders
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CF100 - Automatic Chicken Feeder Plans Construction
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13 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your page. I want to build the automatic feeder for chickens, and I have a question: how high must go screw rod transmission 2?.
    Thank you very much and congratulations again.

    Albert Rocamora

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    1. It is 2.2" and 2.9"
      I have additional dimensions into the drawing 2.9 and 2.9.1
      Two drawings have been posted to this post.
      You can also see them by clicking on "See more at our PicasaWeb Album"
      Thanks for your great feedback.
      Thanks for your nice comment.

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  2. This was great! The only thing that would have made it perfect was if it had a list of all the supplies and tools needed. Other than that, this was very useful. Thank you and many blessings!

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    1. Thanks for your feedback.
      I will make additional "material list"
      Thanks for your nice comment.

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    2. Hi thank you for sharing these plans. We are going to build one and was wondering if you have had a chance to make the additional materials list for the hardware needed to make the feeder?

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  3. Do you have a design, or do you know what the dimensions would be to make one of these to feed Turkeys with?

    Thanks

    Brian

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    1. I do not understand your question?
      My english is not good.
      You can ask more specific?

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  4. Thank you very much for this design. It works! I found I had to add weight to the pedestal so that it opened when my chickens stand on it.
    I may have made some construction errors because it was a little difficult to follow the measurements...we use metric system in Australia. But I got it working great. Thank you! Great design! Can I post a photo?

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    1. Dear Neil!
      Thanks for your great comments.
      It is great feedback.
      I'm also trying to design the unit millimeters for the plans.
      You can send the photos to me at:
      frankvanhnguyen@gmail.com
      I always look forward to the photos and comments.
      Thank you very much.

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  5. I believe an easier building plan is on this site:
    http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/building-a-treadle-chicken-feeder

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  6. Do you have any CAD drawings for the feeder ?
    Dan

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  7. hardwear listing would be useful for treadle

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