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    Mini Lathe Treadmill Motor Conversion, Episode 3 up Now.

    Episode 3 up Now, hope you like it.
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    Hi Aussie, nice conversion,very professional. I have converted my 10 inch lathe to treadmill and am in the process of converting a metal bandsaw.I have tried using a cheap scr and bridge rectifier but could not get a clean signal-brushes arced. I have used a control from KB but very expensive. Couldn’t catch your link to the control you used can you enlighten me?
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    Thanks The Aussie Shed! We've added your Mini Lathe Motor to our Lathes category,
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    you could try adding smoothing capacitor and bleed down resistor after the rectomfrier to clean up the dc


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