CEB Shaker Assembly

Sketchup Model

Additional Materials Required:

  • Shaker Mount
  • Shaker Motor
  • Shaker Hammer and coupler
  • 1″ Pillow Block Bearings(2)
  • 1/4″x2″ Bolt (1)
  • 3/8″x2″ Bolts (4)
  • 1/2″x2″ Bolts (2)
  • 3/8″ Lock Nuts (4)
  • 1/2″ Lock Nuts (2)
  • 3/8″ Washers (8)
  • 3/8″ Lock Washers (4)
  • 1/2″ Washers (4)
  • 1/2″ Lock Washers (4)



Step #1:

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  • Loosely bolt the assembled motor to the mount, as shown, using washers on both sides, and a lock washer touching the nut.
  • Put the bearings onto the shaft, insuring the eccentric side is facing inwards.
  • Remember to put the eccentrics in between the two bearings.
  • The eccentrics are little collars with lopsided circles inside of them. This makes it so it can lock into the bearings.
  • Insure both collars are facing the right direction (So it will lock onto the lip) and so are the bearings.

Step #2:

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  • Put the coupler onto the shaft.
  • Make sure you can see thru the holes, (it could be off 180 degrees and a little crooked) then put on the bolt, lock washer, and lock nut. Tighten
  • Couple it to the motor, tightening down the set screw.
  • Tighten the motor mount bolts.
  • Bolt the bearing closest to the motor to the mount with a washers, a lock washer, and a lock nut. Tighten these down.

Step #3:

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  • Insure the hammer rotates freely still.
  • It may require some force, but shouldnt need much.
  • If the hammer won't rotate, loosen the motor mount bolts, retighten them, and recheck it.
  • Position the other bearing and tighten it down, still insuring it will rotate without much force.
  • Lock the eccentrics by pushing them towards the lip on the bearing and twisting it.
  • Tighten the set screw on the eccentrics.