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Thread: Turning hard stuff
11/04/2013 21:06:20

Helpful post and info,

Thanks Gary.

Thread: Colchester student help please
03/04/2013 21:26:47

Hey lads,

Thanks very much to you all for the advice. I can not wait to get started. Cheers Eric for the number I will chase this up thanks.

I look after a small factory of 7 workers we produce the Tri Air fire damper. We have a little toolroom which I use to produce press tools to help with the manufacture. Here is a little vid of me having a bit play making coin rings.

http://youtu.be/d4ThOQ7GIoA

Cheers Guss.

Edited By Gary Parkin on 03/04/2013 21:30:17

31/03/2013 19:53:09

Hi all ,

I am new to this forum. I am busy getting my workshop off the ground and bought a colchester student round head mk1 lathe off ebay. I was wondering what road to go down as far as running this 3 phase 3hp motor. Should I just convert to 240v single phase motor and fit it, is this a pain to do, or should I purchase an inverter 240v to 3 phase as the lathe is fitted with a dual voltage 240 / 415 motor and run it as it is. Any advice on types of motors, models, inverters and what I may need to do.etc.

I would be most grateful for any advice best regards Gary.

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