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Homemade Mill Belt Drive Conversion
mikesworkshop on mikesworkshop.weebly.com
Homemade mill belt drive conversion of a Sieg X1L intended to both reduce noise and increase speed range. Motor drives a layshaft with a 4-speed multi-pulley, which then drives the mill spindle. Supporting structures constructed from 10 x 50mm flat stock. Features an AG11 tachometer and Persplex protective guards. Spindle speed ranges are 500, 1000, 2000, and 4000 rpm.
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