I've just acquired a MAHO MH600C (with 2-axis rotary table) and moved it into my shop (with single phase 220V 200A service.)
I'd like to start a thread discussing the procedure for bringing a used machine of this type, back online under new ownership. The machine looks to be in great condition by it's appearance, and was used in production by another local company for many years, but may have some minor unknown issue.
It's last settings, fluid levels, and general state are all unknowns.
The manuals are intact.
I believe I need to acquire a rotary phase converter next.
I suppose the next thing to try and discover, is where the power connects to the machine. ...I "think" I know, but it is not confirmed in the wiring diagram, ...at least from what I can tell. The terminal block is labeled X1 in the electrical cabinet, and marked 35 , L1, L2, and ground ...I would have expected more simply: L1 , L2 , L3 , and ground. (The three phases plus earth.)
You can see this in the photos (lower left.)