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    I am selling a real nice 10EE for a friend and it is wired 460 3 phase originally. Is there a built in transformer to change to 230 3 phase, as that is what I have. I saw a Youtube video that made it sound like it's that simple, that's why I ask. This is a 1969 machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowmotion View Post
    I am selling a real nice 10EE for a friend and it is wired 460 3 phase originally. Is there a built in transformer to change to 230 3 phase, as that is what I have. I saw a Youtube video that made it sound like it's that simple, that's why I ask. This is a 1969 machine.
    Monarch Lathe have the manual and schematics, specific to the machine's serial number. Strapping for power options is included. If the owner does not already have that manual, he should order it. It covers a lot more than just power.

    Monarch answer the phone. Also email:

    Service and Support | Monarch Lathes

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    Great, thanks. I think he has all the original manuals.


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