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    Ok I read through that and sort of see (I think)...

    Ok I read through that and sort of see (I think) what you did with bringing in the single phase into the load center then breaker to motor control to motor for each idler. That then goes through the...
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    I did give that some thought but I don’t have...

    I did give that some thought but I don’t have dedicated shop space for everything right now. As I need it I roll it out and the other machine goes back to the wall. Someday I’ll have a dedicated...
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    I think it was one of your post about his shop...

    I think it was one of your post about his shop that gave me the idea for the breaker panel. Do you have a diagram on how you wired it? When it comes to this kinda stuff it really helps me to see it...
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    I went this route because I have the breaker box...

    I went this route because I have the breaker box and breakers for free and it would be easy for me to wire up, Most of my experience is with single phase. What would be an easy way to be able to...
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    3 phase converter running 3 idle motors

    Hi everyone, new to the forum but been lurking awhile. I am starting to put together a wood shop and looking at some 3 phase machines but don’t have 3 phase. What I do have is access to 5,10 and 15...
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