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RE: Source for new synchronous 1800 rpm motor?
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Original poster: "Coyle, Thomas M." <tcoyle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Thanks to everyone for the pointers and suggestions, on- and off-list.
Concerning the Schulze motor, can you suggest an online source? Schulze
doesn't list their distributors/resellers and I can't find any on
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Subject: Re: Source for new synchronous 1800 rpm motor?
Original poster: "Dr. Resonance" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxx>
Pick up motor part# 1996 from Schulze Manufacturing in Waterbury, CT.
It is rated 1/12 HP, salient pole synchronous, and has a nice torque of
We use it with a 8 inch x 1/4 inch type CE phenolic rotor with good
results. It runs true synchro at 1800 rpm. Use 3/16 inch dia. x 1.25
inch long tungsten rod for electrodes. Works well with 60mA and 120 mA
NST powered systems. Use 3.2 x Cresonant for tank circuit cap value
with this motor for good results.
Do a search and pull up their website.
> > >I'd
> > >rather buy the gear than pay someone to mill it for me, but my >
> >garages > > >are currently full of all of the other equipment I've
recently > > >bought > > >for various projects - buying a big lathe
would stretch my bounds > > >with > > >the wife). I'd much rather pay
for a new one that I know will work.