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    removed from a machine I converted. Nice Dresser 3/4 hp,3 phase, 115 RPM output. a reversing drum switch is included. shipping weight is 42 lbs, from zip 13204, asking $120.oo plus UPS cost. guaranteed not to be DOA. please email me, [email protected]
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    Should be about 400in-lb torque, btw.

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    price reduced to $100 plus shipping,

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    price reduced to $100 plus shipping,

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    Quote Originally Posted by surplusjohn View Post
    price reduced to $100 plus shipping,
    Not a bad deal, John, but right-angle ones, dual shaft as well as single output, are fairly common, many AC Voltages, or DC, either one.

    The "sought after" ones for small machine tools are inline shaft goods such as Master. Lima, or Century once shipped, and preferably with 2, 3, and even 4 speeds, not just the one.

    2CW

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    I was going to suggest "pig roaster Drive" but spotted the 115 rpm....well, it would
    get rid of the grease for shure....
    But not what's really optimum for PR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    I was going to suggest "pig roaster Drive" but spotted the 115 rpm....well, it would
    get rid of the grease for shure....
    But not what's really optimum for PR.
    Don't tempt me... I've had one of the Eurotherm/Parker-SSD DC Drive 10EE down below 6 minutes to one revolution. Parlour trick, but then again... slow roasted pork at super-precision? Lamb Sharma?


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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    Don't tempt me... I've had one of the Eurotherm/Parker-SSD DC Drive 10EE down below 6 revolutions to the minute. Parlour trick, but then again... slow roasted pork at super-precision? Lamb Sharma?

    115 rpm might be getting the fat droplets to "atomize" and that might be a problem-o....

    Vertically thinking.....might prove frootfull:
    https://www.amazon.com/Royali-Shawar...SIN=B07MK1QFCH


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