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  1. I didn't put a tach on it, but I think so.

    I didn't put a tach on it, but I think so.
  2. 3 wires only. As it turns out, I tested it on...

    3 wires only. As it turns out, I tested it on 230 and it works fine, jumps right up to speed even with a 16" blade on it.
  3. this one is way oversize so I think it will be OK

    this one is way oversize so I think it will be OK
  4. igor, release the kites! I'm going with the...

    igor, release the kites!
    I'm going with the 1-0-2 configuration. I can't be sure the switches are break before make with the 0-1-2
  5. Dahlander motor rotary cam switch- off between speeds or not?

    I can get switches configured 1-0-2 or 0-1-2 to control my 2 speed single winding (dahlander?) motor, I see both types. Does the power need to be off to change between speeds or no? I was ready to...
  6. "If you take the first two numbers of a motor...

    "If you take the first two numbers of a motor frame, and divide that by 4, it provides the foot
    to shaft center line dimension."

    Thats handy to know, thanks! I'm going to take the table off and...
  7. Definitely not single phase.... 3 power leads...

    Definitely not single phase.... 3 power leads and ground, and he had a 3 pole contactor partially wired in there, but I'll be checking resistances prior to applying power anyway.. I also wonder...
  8. Well, its a beautiful, fully restored (except for...

    Well, its a beautiful, fully restored (except for the control) saw with the blade mounted directly on the specially made, long yet small diameter, and just rewound for the rebuild motor so a new one...
  9. how can I tell the design voltage of an unlabeled 3 phase motor?

    Just acquired a 16" Fay and Egan table saw from an estate. The saw was in the process of being restored, motor was rewound, but no control transformer, starter has a 110v coil. It was still...
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    2 speed 3ph motor switch wiring

    Just got a basket case Clausing 20" drill press with a 440v 3 phase 2 speed motor and no controls. Wiring call out is in the table below my schematic of the switch I think I need (6 pole 3 position...
  11. doubtful that some of the photos are of some the...

    doubtful that some of the photos are of some the actual units for sale, but who knows...
  12. anyone in Hong Kong? Machinery giveaway or scam...

    remember if its too good to be true, it is. Unless it isn't. Good luck getting them home though...:

    BROTHER SPEEDIO R450Z1 used, offer your best price | eBay
    ...
  13. I can get a 630-k-8 (63" x 1-1/8) automotive 8...

    I can get a 630-k-8 (63" x 1-1/8) automotive 8 rib serpentine belt for $14.50 delivered, which is $50+ less than the thin ones from mcmaster. I have a sanding drum that will work in a drill press...
  14. that would be too thick unless I could remove the...

    that would be too thick unless I could remove the ribs, but if there is a ribless version that would be great. Is there?
  15. That was actually the first place I looked. The...

    That was actually the first place I looked. The fabric reinforced rubber ones sound awfully thin at .03", I'd love to use the non reinforced orange weldable urethane but I don't know if they would...
  16. source & type for flat belt for multi spindle drill

    I've got a multi spindle drill for drilling shelf adjustment pin holes and I need a 63" x approx 1-1/4" wide, very flexible, but low stretch belt. I see a lot of conveyor type belts which would be...
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    The thermal unit is self contained & in contact...

    The thermal unit is self contained & in contact with the windings but removable so none of the wires coming out of the stator are from that...
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    30uf 370v, metal case. I THINK it's a start cap...

    30uf 370v, metal case. I THINK it's a start cap because it's wired to the centrifugal switch, but I don't know if it's wired right as it sits.
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    Another motor wiring mystery

    Got a new looking delta 33-830 radial arm saw the other day, a basket case. The motor on this machine is dual voltage single phase capacitor start, and had a switch on it under a cover to change...
  20. OK, got it going, I had to draw a schematic for...

    OK, got it going, I had to draw a schematic for my meager brain to understand what was going on. I realize the start and run windings had to be reversed from their old position in relation to one...
  21. If that was the case wouldn't there be 2 stator...

    If that was the case wouldn't there be 2 stator coil wires attached to either the yellow or blue wire? each is attached to only one (heavier gauge than the others) stator coil wire; does that mean...
  22. If you are referring to the brownish wire that...

    If you are referring to the brownish wire that goes to the centrifugal switch (not the red one) and the lighter color almost dirty white wire at 90 degrees to it with a little bit of a diagonal black...
  23. OK, separated things a bit more for clarity, I've...

    OK, separated things a bit more for clarity, I've got numbered wires that go into the stator coil pack as follows from the top down:
    1) red insulated wire from capacitor attaches to 1 coil lead...
  24. 3 wires in to the stator coil pack, red/yel/blu,...

    3 wires in to the stator coil pack, red/yel/blu, cap, and there is a centrifugal switch & thermal protector. Any ideas? There WAS a sticker on the terminal cover plate, long gone..
  25. no more visible wires. I'll pull it apart next...

    no more visible wires. I'll pull it apart next week Kills me as I have 47 other motors here on the shelf, none of which are suitable for this application...
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