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Hi everyone!

I am strugling to find a slip pump and a ceramic mixer at affordable prices (even used). I was thinking about getting a rotary hand pump (as the one attached) to do the job and a simple 2hp motor (from a laundry machine or something). I am worried that the hand pump wont have enough power/robustness to handle the slip thickness. Regarding the motor for the slip mixer I am strugling on how can I attach the steel shaft.

Would love to know if anyone has ever gone trough these issues.

 

Regards!

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where are you?  and, i assume you want to fill molds with slip, correct?  i may know someone in florida who has slip pouring equipment available.

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Are you trying to mix slip or move slip into molds or both? There is always lots of used slip stuff around as its less popular now than it used to be.

Tell us what you are trying to do.

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