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    Default Are these Moore Jig grinder parts ?

    I bought some stuff at auction , and got a bunch of Moore spare parts ; nothing major , just small odds and ends.

    While I am not very certain , I believe an electronic board I got is for the Moore since the parts were listed as Moore Jig Grinder items.

    Can anyone confirm if the following board is a Moore Jig Grinder part?

    Electrocraft electronic board
    Model # 180733-B

    I don't have access to a camera right now but will in 2 days , and will post a picture then.


    Also got a bunch of rubber hoses with threaded nuts on the ends . The markings on the hoses say:
    41413 SYNFLEX 3600-06 5/16" (7.9MM) W.P 250 PSI ( 17 BAR)

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    My #2 JG has an electrocraft dc brushed motor powering the spindle rotation. The motor assembly (I believe) was a retrofit from the G18 jig grinders. The DC control is an open chassis board/heatsink combo also by electrocraft.

    Electrocraft was NOT HELPFUL when I asked for info on the DC drive/electrocraft motor. Left me with a sour taste in my mouth.

    Would like to see a pic to see if it matches my drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NateA2 View Post
    My #2 JG has an electrocraft dc brushed motor powering the spindle rotation. The motor assembly (I believe) was a retrofit from the G18 jig grinders. The DC control is an open chassis board/heatsink combo also by electrocraft.

    Electrocraft was NOT HELPFUL when I asked for info on the DC drive/electrocraft motor. Left me with a sour taste in my mouth.

    Would like to see a pic to see if it matches my drive.
    Hello ,sorry for the delayed response ; just seeing the reply while using the Search function .

    Here's the info printed on the Board

    2912 ®
    0042-6027-4


    On the back side (the soldered side)
    2912 ®


    Dimensions : 17.1 mm x 14.2 mm (0.67 " x 0.55 ")

    Nothing on it says Electrocraft but there must have been a sticker on the box or paperwork that said it, which I don't have anymore.

    In the Box is a piece of paper with the Business Card of : Taylor Electric Motor Service Inc. of Dearborn Heights Michigan .




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    Default I have books and parts for Moore jig grinders I also have the E-C book as well

    Quote Originally Posted by NateA2 View Post
    My #2 JG has an electrocraft dc brushed motor powering the spindle rotation. The motor assembly (I believe) was a retrofit from the G18 jig grinders. The DC control is an open chassis board/heatsink combo also by electrocraft.

    Electrocraft was NOT HELPFUL when I asked for info on the DC drive/electrocraft motor. Left me with a sour taste in my mouth.

    Would like to see a pic to see if it matches my drive.
    I have info on the Moore g-18 as well as most other models I also have the electro-craft Manuel as well


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