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Shame - I’ve got this big old girl that I’m going to move on as don’t have a use for. Planer and table saw combo, you won’t wear it out!2223B9F5-6236-4D72-A36A-0421F550867A.thumb.jpeg.0fe2ba6c98a9a15fb8ba046226d8a76d.jpeg
Whereabouts is it? Looks heavy..
I might get 3phase shortly..

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33 minutes ago, Bennovet said:

Whereabouts is it? Looks heavy..
I might get 3phase shortly..

Cheshire. It is, yes!

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Been mulling this single ph/3 ph stuff.

There is a nice Wadkin in the Co. Down, at sensible money, but needless to say 3 ph.

Guessing about 7.5HP(having seen other similar stuff professionally listed  and so described, HP wise)

I appreciate it is a bit "how long is a piece of string" question, but how practical or possible is it to drive such a 3 ph motor off a single ph domestic supply?

With a single ph to 3 ph convertor.

Or simply buy a 3Ph genny?

And figure the genny will pay for itself over 2 or 3 2nd hand 3ph powered items?

gibber

mutter

an

twitch

must be the spring or sommat since I am in the notion of spending money.

 

I supose my serious question is, have electronics or electronic "gizmos" advanced such that these advertised single to 3 ph convertors are now a serious proposition.

marcus

 

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