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npu17/12/2018 09:12:11
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hello,

can anyone suggest me a place online (europe) where i can buy a spare motor for a mini lathe?

thank You very much

Neil Wyatt17/12/2018 12:54:32
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You can try Warco, Chester, SIEG, Amadeal, Arc Euro Trade or Axminster in the UK for a start.

Howard Lewis18/12/2018 18:57:45
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Am pretty sure that Arc EuroTrade will be able to supply, They certainly used to list spares for the C2.

Hopefully, any Importer of C2s will be able to supply spares, for Cieg machines.

Howard

npu18/12/2018 19:40:28
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thank You very much for a fast replay.

i tried arc euro trade( sent 2 emails in the last 2 weeks, no response, perhaps they are on holiday), warco said that they only support their products. i sent a mail to amadeal too (i see a motor on a web but the tech data are not the same as mine..), i tried paulimott too, the answer is the same as warco...

my mini lathe is from 1978....

perhaps You know some other dealer from europe, not only uk dealers...?

thank You

Howard Lewis19/12/2018 14:31:05
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Unusual, Arc Euro are usually very prompt.

Suggest that you check the E mail address that you used.

Howard

Neil Wyatt19/12/2018 14:43:40
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Posted by npu on 18/12/2018 19:40:28:

thank You very much for a fast replay.

i tried arc euro trade( sent 2 emails in the last 2 weeks, no response, perhaps they are on holiday), warco said that they only support their products. i sent a mail to amadeal too (i see a motor on a web but the tech data are not the same as mine..), i tried paulimott too, the answer is the same as warco...

my mini lathe is from 1978....

Very strange for Arc not to respond, try their contact form: www.arceurotrade.co.uk/contact.aspx

I didn't realise that the Chinese models dated back to 78, or is yours a Russian one?

Not suire of any European dealers.

Neil

Ketan Swali19/12/2018 16:04:25
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Hello npu,

I have just been directed to this post by Howard.

SIEG factory was born in 1988. So, if your machine is a 78 model, it is from elsewhere probably?

If your machine is a SIEG C2, the spares for it are on this page. You need to check and make sure that the part you have looks exactly like the products in the pictures on that spares page. If they don't, please don't make a purchase.

We do not appear to have an email requesting a motor for a C2. However, please send me a personal message with your email address, by clicking the 'Message member' link below this message, or give Arc a call and speak with Ian.

Ketan at ARC

npu19/12/2018 17:03:30
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as i understood, my lathe is from 12month of 1978 year. (i will put a photo). definitely it is a usual chinese mini lathe and a motor from the arc site will suit..

hello Ketan, perhaps i lost Your reply in a spam somewhere, sorry. i tried to buy from ARC but firstly my card was denied (visa electron- the same used for paypal, so maybe this is a problem). i tried to enter somewhere my Vat number to get a discount (the shipping cost for croatia are high so this was an option), but i did not figure out how to do it. now i have a new visa card so i can eventually try again to complete a purchase. i bought some equipment and tools 5-6 years ago from ARC and all went well.

thank You

npu19/12/2018 17:08:53
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i tried to post some pictures...

Edited By npu on 19/12/2018 17:13:59

npu19/12/2018 17:11:57
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http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=34ism1c&s=9#.XBp7myx7mUk

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2qwe808&s=9#.XBp7DSx7mUk

Edited By npu on 19/12/2018 17:13:30

npu19/12/2018 17:15:04
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npu19/12/2018 17:16:20
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Ketan Swali19/12/2018 17:21:15
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Hello npu,

What I am saying is.... if the machine is from '78, it is not from SIEG.

You say that the motor from ARC 'will suit'. It is up to you to check from our website if it will suit. However, if you buy it and if it fails to suit, then there is no returns option. We sell this product as an electrical component. It is checked before dispatch, and we do not accept returns of electrical spare parts. Also, we are unable to check if this motor will be correct for your machine. So, if you purchase an electrical spare - such as this motor, it is at your own risk.

I say this with the greatest of respect.

Ketan at ARC.

Ketan Swali19/12/2018 17:23:23
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The number stamped on the bed is a serial number.

I will ask SIEG if it is one of their machines, and let you know once I have an answer.

Ketan at ARC.

JasonB19/12/2018 17:35:17
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You might also want to contact one of these dealers of Sieg machines that may be a bit closer to home

Sieg Distributors

V8Eng19/12/2018 17:40:22
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Isn’t “Wemas” a German Machine Tool manufacturer/supplier? Just a thought.

npu19/12/2018 17:43:50
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npu19/12/2018 17:44:28
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npu19/12/2018 17:47:54
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i tought that the number was a year of production... all the spares from ARC fitted the machine (bearings, gears, etc... ) so i am sure the motor is the same too..

thanks

Ron Laden19/12/2018 18:43:38
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npu, the ARC motor in Ketans link certainly looks the same as yours and you can also check the motor details (sizes etc) in the link. The only thing I noticed is the ARC motor is 250 watt whilst your lathe label quotes 400 watts but that could be just wishful thinking by the manufacturer at the time.

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