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Garage Bridge Crane

Post  747JetMech on December 11th 2016, 3:54 pm

Hello

I have been researching at installing a bridge crane in my garage. Need something around 16 foot wide by 22 feet length. I think 2 ton limit should work. I don't need anything electric, manual is ok for me.
Looks like the expensive part is the End Trucks..

Have any of you built one?  I read a article from The Garage Journal Board... Wow...

http://www.garagejournal.com/forum/showpost.php?p=30477&postcount=53
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Re: Garage Bridge Crane

Post  Doug Rahn on December 12th 2016, 7:46 am

That is the one thing I have wanted in my shop ever since I finished it years ago. I found these guys a long time ago and figured one day I would get there truck and bridge beam kit, then construct the rest myself to keep the cost down. I like the top running model.

http://www.lkgoodwin.com/more_info/series_300_manual_medium_duty_cranes/series_300_manual_medium_duty_cranes.shtml
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Post  747JetMech on December 12th 2016, 4:43 pm

Lots of good info on that site. I was concerned about beam size with span and load.
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Re: Garage Bridge Crane

Post  Tomasw on December 13th 2016, 12:03 am

At work we have some free standing bridge cranes made by Gorbel that are are build fairly nice, I think most of their stuff is custom order to your specs, I have no idea on the pricing.

here is a brochure: http://www.onecranesource.com/pdf/fsbrochure.pdf
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Post  Doug Rahn on December 13th 2016, 8:26 am

Tomasw wrote:At work we have some free standing bridge cranes made by Gorbel that are are build fairly nice, I think most of their stuff is custom order to your specs, I have no idea on the pricing.

here is a brochure: http://www.onecranesource.com/pdf/fsbrochure.pdf

Goodwin has that brand on their website and it's a very cool with the enclosed track and trussed track design.
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Post  dfree383 on December 13th 2016, 9:40 am

Company called Snap track? Is what they have a UNOH where the EMC is done.

http://www.kundelcranes.com
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