Variable Frequency Drive
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Can anyone recommend where to buy a vfd for my lathe. Thanks
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  Re: Variable Frequency Drive by Herebrooks (Can anyone recommend...)
1ph, 3ph, how big, ?

Factorymation.com is where I have bought a few in the past, good folks, decent prices, great support (if you call their support line before purchasing, they have very well informed folks that can guide you to the right unit based on your application.)

michael
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  Re: RE: Variable Frequency Drive by MichaelS (1ph, 3ph, how big, ?...)
(02-13-2019, 12:32 PM)MichaelS Wrote: 1ph, 3ph, how big, ?

Factorymation.com is where I have bought a few in the past, good folks, decent prices, great support (if you call their support line before purchasing, they have very well informed folks that can guide you to the right unit based on your application.)

michael

Thanks Michael
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  Re: Variable Frequency Drive by Herebrooks (Can anyone recommend...)
+1 for factorymation.com

Got the same recommendation from Michael when I was looking for one.  Good stuff!
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  Re: Variable Frequency Drive by Herebrooks (Can anyone recommend...)
Here is one place

https://www.grizzly.com/search?q=(phase+...agesize=96


https://www.wttool.com/search/go?w=Phase+Converter+
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  Re: Variable Frequency Drive by Herebrooks (Can anyone recommend...)
https://www.automationdirect.com/adc/home/home
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