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Project 775 Motor to OB Spindle Mount Adapter 1.0

ER11 -> 775 Motor -> OpenBuilds Spindle Mount

  1. Peter Van Der Walt

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  2. Anthony Bolgar

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    I noticed that the motor is a brushed motor. D0 you have any suggestions of a suitable brushless motor that I could use? Or is that just overkill and not necessary? Do you have any pics or vids of the spindle in action?
     
  3. Anthony Bolgar

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    For the people that have collets already, the extension holder is available on it's own ER11A 5mm Extension Rod Holder Motor Shaft Collet Chuck Tool Holder for CNC Milling

    I also found this motor that is the same physical size but much higher power (150W vs. 7.2W for the one you listed) Would this motor be a better choice, or does the one ytou listed have any advantage over this one.

    Sorry for all the questions, just want to get my ducks in a row before I make one of these (Great idea BTW!)

    Thanks in advance Peter for any help you can give me on this.
     
    #3 Anthony Bolgar, Mar 22, 2018
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