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    Default Re: 60" x 40" new build

    My guess is the thin belt width (9/16") and gears are the limitations on motors horsepower sizing.

    I will see if i can find some gears that will support a wider belt and then think about upgrading the motor.



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    Default Re: 60" x 40" new build

    Quote Originally Posted by Jdubya View Post
    My guess is the thin belt width (9/16") and gears are the limitations on motors horsepower sizing.

    I will see if i can find some gears that will support a wider belt and then think about upgrading the motor.
    Give it a run first it may do all the work you where planning

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    Quote Originally Posted by mactec54 View Post
    Give it a run first it may do all the work you where planning
    Yes. My vfd came in yesterday, i just got it wired and programmed up the vfd.

    It works good. I took a few thou off my old vise jaw to clean it up . The lengh of cut was 1" on a 1/2" endmill in jog mode. No issues..

    The finish looks good. This seems to work sweet so far!

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    The only issue i had with the spindle is when i flipped the motor to the topside, the belt was misaligned and had to shim the spindle gear up a bit. Easy fix.

    I also had to take an die grinder and open up the casting around the bolt holes. Also pretty easy.

    Here are the specs for the VFD that worked on this motor in delta.

    Name:Frequency Converter
    912682
    Specifications:
    Model:YL620-A
    Power:1.5KW
    Input:AC 1PH 110V 50Hz-60Hz
    Output:AC 3PH 0V-110V 14A 2.8KVA
    Temperature: -40°C~+70°C
    Modulation: Space Voltage Vector Modulation
    Speed range: 1:10
    Cooling method: air-cooled, with fan control
    Color:Black
    Size:170mm*160mm*125mm

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    Default Re: 60" x 40" new build

    I flat topped a stainless steel slide like butter. I think it has plenty of power for my needs.

    I have no complaints about the finish either. Amazing for ebay parts and scrap steel!

    I see and hear no chatter.

    Thanks for all the help in here.

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    After rebuilding my z axis plate, i now have room for both spindles.

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