I have been searching for some some time for plans or ideas on a homebrew deburr tool. I had made up my mind to go with the type of unit that Unabiker detailed in his awesome build log. I began searching for parts on ebay and in the process found a large bowl type unit for a very low buy it now price. Less in fact than the short list of parts I had put together. It was a long drive to pick it up and the weather made the roads scary for pulling a trailer. The unit is made by an Austrailian company; B.V. Products. The only reason I knew it was a B.V. unit was a faint imprint left by the original decal in the paint of the base. The bowl diameter is 64 inches and the bowl height is 26 inches. The weight of the unit is guesstimated at 3 to 5 thousand pounds. The unit was forked onto the trailer when picked up. In order to get if off the trailer with my A frame gantry, I had to take off just the tub first. Next, the plate which supports the tub and also houses the motor and the eccentric weights. Last to come off was the base. The hardware is large in size and as one would expect because of the usage, the nuts and bolts were corroded and frozen. Luckily with a 6 foot cheater and some heat and 1" Harbor Freight sockets everything broke loose without breaking. It is now in pieces on the barn floor. I do not have any documentation but have talked to the support group at B.V. and they are going to send what they have on the old girl. The motor was advertised as 220VAC. The cable has Red Black White and Green conductors. I see around 3 Ohms between the red and white and the black and white. There are not any start capacitors. The motor bearings and seals need to be replaced. The springs have all taken a set and will need replacement. There are a number of broken bolts that need to be drilled and and possibly retapped. The gussets that support the tub plate from the retainer ring are almost all cracked and will need to be welded. All in all not much to the machine. There is no pump unit, timer or controller. The tub is huge, I do not think I can afford to fill the thing with anything but pea gravel without breaking the bank. Any comments, suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!