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    Default Re: 60" x 40" new build

    Closer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdubya View Post
    This motors rpm is fixed at 8000rpm, they offer the same one with different gears and belts that is 3000rpms
    If the motor is 3Ph then you could use a VFD Drive and change the speeds if could run at

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    Quote Originally Posted by mactec54 View Post
    If the motor is 3Ph then you could use a VFD Drive and change the speeds if could run at
    Yeah, Unfortunately, its only 110v, single phase with 2 amp draw.



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    After further review, i was wrong. Its totally 3 phase



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdubya View Post
    After further review, i was wrong. Its totally 3 phase
    At what voltage it looks like a 3Ph motor is it 220/240 if so a simple VFD Drive will get you going

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    Quote Originally Posted by mactec54 View Post
    At what voltage it looks like a 3Ph motor is it 220/240 if so a simple VFD Drive will get you going
    Its says its 110v 3 phase. I have a 110v 3 phase vfd coming...
    Not sure on delta or wye configuration tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdubya View Post
    Its says its 110v 3 phase. I have a 110v 3 phase vfd coming...
    Not sure on delta or wye configuration tho
    Normally for low voltage it is connected Delta, this is not a very good motor being 110v don't expect it to have a very good performance if anyone else is buying this make sure it has a 220v/240v 3Hp motor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdubya View Post
    Its says its 110v 3 phase. I have a 110v 3 phase vfd coming...
    Not sure on delta or wye configuration tho
    110V 3 phase is unusual. I'd guess that to run it from 110/120V, you would run it in delta. Wye would then be for 208V (much more common in 3-phase.)
    Odd that there are fields on the motor nameplate for frequency range, etc. but no numbers. I'd guess that indicates it's meant for 60 Hz only. It's fan cooled I assume?



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    Quote Originally Posted by skrubol View Post
    110V 3 phase is unusual. I'd guess that to run it from 110/120V, you would run it in delta. Wye would then be for 208V (much more common in 3-phase.)
    Odd that there are fields on the motor nameplate for frequency range, etc. but no numbers. I'd guess that indicates it's meant for 60 Hz only. It's fan cooled I assume?
    Yes, its 60 hz and there is a fan blade in the back of the motor. I have a 110v 1/2hp motor i can adapt if this one does not work well.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdubya View Post
    Yes, its 60 hz and there is a fan blade in the back of the motor. I have a 110v 1/2hp motor i can adapt if this one does not work well.
    The 1/2Hp motor is not going to do a very good job on a 30 Taper spindle this normally would have a 3Hp motor on it I don't know why they sold it like this

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    Quote Originally Posted by mactec54 View Post
    The 1/2Hp motor is not going to do a very good job on a 30 Taper spindle this normally would have a 3Hp motor on it I don't know why they sold it like this
    You may be right. I am not planning to do a bunch of heavy hogging at all. Small bites in steel and aluminum..

    Well see, thanks sir!



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