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  1. Would this work for an old furnace blower motor where the motor runs a belt? It doesn't have a capacitor start just as said it required. https://www.wolfautomation.com/55ac10e-speed-control-variable-ac-voltage-supply/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIzK6ezPPA6QIVIgiICR294wrhEAQYAyABEgKdIvD_BwE
  2. Pulled motor on Powermatic 65 table saw, made repairs to elevation gears, reinstalled motor, and it will not run. It just buzzes and tries to turn. I checked switch for loose wires, plugged into wall socket that is running fine on belt sander. My volt/amp meter conked out, so I bought another one that has a clamp-on the cord type tester, but haven't checked it out. According to youtube, I can check capacitor with this tester. Will check it and also to see if a connection on the motor might have pulled out. Any other suggestions? Thanks!
  3. Has anyone had any experience with one of these? And if so, how'd ya like it? Pros or cons? King Arthur's Tools Total Sanding Kit I wonder if I could use my slow speed grinder, attach a chuck to it, and purchase just the flex shaft?
  4. Time to mount the drum and motor to the frame. The choice of 2 x 6 sides was made to hopefully eliminate any flexing when work pieces were in contact with the sanding surface. However, that lead to difficulty in figuring out how to be able to mount the drum bearings to the sides. Long carriage bolts can be expensive! The sides are counter bored about 3” and then drilled to match the bolt diameter. An area around the mounting surface was mortised for an aluminum plate. The pillow block bearings will set on the plate, not the wooden surface. Again, my hope is to improve stability. (counter bore and carriage bolts) I was afraid that the soft pine might crush enough to allow the bolts to spin during tightening. Once everything was dry fitted, the bolt heads were Gorilla Glued to help prevent them from spinning. (gorilla Glue) Finally, the aluminum plates are placed in position- ready for the drum to be bolted down. (alumin plates) The motor is mounted to a piece of 3/4 “ plywood. The plywood is fastened to the frame using small “barn style” hinges at one end of the plywood. The weight of the motor creates the tension on the belt/pulley system. I routed slots for the motor mounting bolts in order to be able to adjust the motor side to side to align the belt/pulley. (motor mount 1,2,3)
  5. A nice sale going on for those in the market for a new motor. This Week's Deal! WWW.SHOPSMITH.COM Special Limited-Time Savings From Shopsmith
  6. Hello, My grandfather gave me all of his wood turning tools that he brought with him from overseas before moving to the greatest country, America. I’m wanting to fix up the wood lathe. Do you guys have any 1hp+ motor(s) suggestions? I have even noticed folks using motors from other types of equipment to run lathe. I’m hoping to stick around $200 range. thank you!
  7. Hi, I have an Unisaw and I bought it second hand about 10 years ago. Up until a few days ago it was opperation fine. But after ripping a few boards, when turing the saw on, the blade rotated slowly and then the 20 Amp breaker tripped. I attempted this a few more times and the same thing happened. I have a planer on the same circut and it worked fine. I took out the capacitor and the other fuse and had them tested at a motor shop and they told me that they were fine. I will attempt to switch the breaker on that line with another, but with this information, what else should I look a that would cause it to draw more amps than normaol on start up? The brushes? Also when I took the capacitor out, it was chuck full of saw dust and I had to take a tool to get the sawdust cleard out to see the connectors on the capacitor. Do you think this may have been an issue, sawdust on the points? Best regards, Ron
  8. Old Belsaw motor gave up, so I was given a good used one. I didn't look to see what voltage it is. When I connected it and turned it on, it ran for about 5 seconds and quit. You guessed it: It was 110 V and I plugged it into 220V. Any educated guesses as to what I burned up? Yeah, I know I did something stupid, so lay off of me!
  9. View File Delta Catalog 800 Motor Badge (1937) Delta Catalog No. 800 Motor Badge (1937) Submitter Larry Buskirk Submitted 12/04/2015 Category Delta Mfg. Co.
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    Delta Catalog No. 800 motor badge (1935-36)
  12. View File Delta Catalog 800 Motor Badge (1935-36) Delta Catalog No. 800 motor badge (1935-36) Submitter Larry Buskirk Submitted 12/01/2015 Category Delta Mfg. Co.
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    Delta Catalog No. 900 motor badge (1935-36)
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    Delta Catalog Number 924 Motor Badge Image (1935-36)
  16. View File Catalog 924 Motor Badge Image Delta Catalog Number 924 Motor Badge Image (1935-36) Submitter Larry Buskirk Submitted 11/26/2015 Category Delta Mfg. Co.
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    Delta Catalog 820 Motor Badge (1935-36) Image
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    Delta Catalog 84-510 Motor Badge Image
  22. View File Catalog 84-510 Motor Badge Delta Catalog 84-510 Motor Badge Image Submitter Larry Buskirk Submitted 11/25/2015 Category Delta Mfg. Co.
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  24. View File Catalog 1094 Motor Badge Delta Catalog 1094 Motor Badge (1935-36) Image Submitter Larry Buskirk Submitted 11/25/2015 Category Delta Mfg. Co.
  25. View File Catalog 1120 Motor Badge Image (1935-36) Delta Catalog 1120 Motor Badge (1935-36) Image Submitter Larry Buskirk Submitted 11/25/2015 Category Delta Mfg. Co.
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