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I'm fundamentally opposed to cranking an Internal Combustion Engine to shred these leaves, and would rather avoid any type of motors. I cut my grass with a manual reel mower, rake my leaves with a rake (not a blower). It's important to me to do all I can to keep my carbon footprint down.
A search of the Internet for manual leaf shredders yields a few possibilities. The "Dry Biomass Grinder Thrasher" over at http://leehite.org/ewb_project.htm looked to be something I could build. I never built one, since it appeared from the videos that I'd have to run the leaves through at least twice.
A couple of years of wanting / searching / planning yielded the following design criteria
* one pass over the leaves
* handle sticks in the material gracefully (thanks Lee Hite!)
* handle wet leaves as well as dry
* easy to build
* support one person manual operation
Here's what I've come up with
Richard is just in the introductory phase and I don't think the video has
been made public let?
The one thing he learned was to rotate one turn forward and one turn
backwards, rather than always in one direction. The saw blades may not be
effective in reverse? His cutters were big flat-head nails in rows on a wood
drum that passed through a wire brush and then across used hacksaw blades
sharpened on one side, and took the place of your stationary steel slots.
Yes, a bit closer in spacing.
I realize this doesn't make much sense. His info should be out soon.
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