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Home made Uncapping machine (video)

Discussion in 'Hives & Equipment' started by Spomenko, Aug 6, 2013.

  1. Spomenko

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    made himself,...
     
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  2. Janice

    Janice Guard Bee Donor 2015 Donor 2014

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    That's certainly quicker than my breadknife (y)
     
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  4. Trevor Gillbanks

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    That's how I do mine. Fantastic.
     
  5. kevin moore

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    he's got the same safety shoes as me too
     
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    Very clever.

    What's that car repair thing in your other video Spomenko?
     
  7. Kiwi Bee

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    Russians have several home-made versions.
     
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    And another one. Uncapping from min 2:26
     
  9. Martin Garside

    Martin Garside Pupa Donor 2014 Bronze Donor '15

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    Hi Alistair, I am sure that it is the steam generator which heats the knife blade and, maybe, the capping tub as well!
     

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