advice and maybe a small gloat
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  Re: advice and maybe a small gloat by jeffss ([url=https://s1306.p...)
I see a Griz 1-1/2hp sitting there.
Steve

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#19
  Re: advice and maybe a small gloat by jeffss ([url=https://s1306.p...)
Thanks for the advise. Lots to think about. Yes, small shaper. Grizzly 1.5. Working expanding top and building a base that keeps the weight of the feeder within the wheels when it’s swung out of position. I see growing out of it soon.
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#20
  Re: advice and maybe a small gloat by jeffss ([url=https://s1306.p...)
either way, you've a feeder that will grow with you!

I really want one (or 2) for my bandsaw and separately for my shaper / jointer.

michael
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#21
  Re: advice and maybe a small gloat by jeffss ([url=https://s1306.p...)
Wonder if Powermatic makes a single phase motor that would fit right on there?
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  Re: RE: advice and maybe a small gloat by daddo (Wonder if Powermatic...)
(12-03-2018, 03:32 PM)daddo Wrote: Wonder if Powermatic makes a single phase motor that would fit right on there?

The Powermatic is made by Comatic which makes feeders for almost all the companies except some of the Europeans.  The 1ph motor will likely fit but the last time I priced one it was over $450 shipped, I used that as a sign to replace it with a DC Easy Feeder.
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  Re: advice and maybe a small gloat by jeffss ([url=https://s1306.p...)
Yes. Probably wouldn't be cost effective
Steve

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  Re: RE: advice and maybe a small gloat by Huxleywood ([quote='daddo' pid='...)
(12-03-2018, 05:03 PM)Huxleywood Wrote: The Powermatic is made by Comatic which makes feeders for almost all the companies except some of the Europeans.  The 1ph motor will likely fit but the last time I priced one it was over $450 shipped, I used that as a sign to replace it with a DC Easy Feeder.
my post didn't appear for some reason. Wanted to thank you for the DC feeder, I wasn't even aware of that style. I'd only ever seen or used the gear models. the variable option solves many of my challenges. Thanks!
Michael
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