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Dvr Motor Question

Discussion in 'Grinders' started by Jester4t7, Oct 28, 2019.

  1. Jester4t7

    Jester4t7 New Member

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  2. Magnus

    Magnus New Member

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    It looks like it might work but considering the cost, you'd be spending almost as much as you would for a kbac setup that's tried and tested.
     
  3. dancom

    dancom Dust Maker Best Shop Tool

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    A couple of things that may be worth considering. The speed of the Striatech drive seems to be limited to a range between 100 to 2160 RPM, which is IMO too slow for a belt grinder unless you want to get invest in a larger drive wheel. In the product literature I have seen so far, there is no reference to the motor shaft diameter. NEMA motors are 5/8" or 7/8" typically and off-the-shelf grinder drive wheels are readily available. Also, no details are provided on the C-face mounting holes, which are needed for the Sayber OSG. Probably an IEC standard. And like Magnus mentioned, a KBAC-27D and fairly decent Chinese motor will come in around $850 CAD landed.
     

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