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I hav a Powermatic model E16 planer, the motor has been changed to 1 phase 220 amp , the speed sees too slow, what speed should the cutters turn

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If it's got the 3-3/4" three-knife cutterhead, it should run pretty near to 5000 RPM. If it's got the 1-7/8" two-knife cutterhead, it should run at nearly 10,000 RPM.

That planer should take a 3600 (3450) RPM motor.

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