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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On the motors I deal with there is a series of numbers that identify the shaft size, hp and all other requirements. I would try and contact a local Grainger and see if they can help, if not try in the yellow pages for a motor repair shop in your area and sometimes they can get you one. Good luck
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Most reliable sharpening services will be able to grind knives for your jointer that will work just fine. The key is to match the existing knives as far as thickness (guage) and height of the new knives. You want them to give you maximum life but not extend too far past the cutterhead when adjusted all the way down. I don't know about your machine, but on an 8" powermatic the tip of the knife shouldn't extend more than about .0012" above the circumference of the cutterhead. You can check this with a set of calipers and give the height to the sharpener, then just choose high speed steel or carbide and you're on your way.
If you check the overall length of the knives, sometimes they are slightly under the nominal length, and a 6" long knife could bump into the housing as the cutterhead rotates, so this is one other thing to check before you go ahead and order them 6" long.
But the short answer is, no problem. Just get a reliable sharpener to make them for you, buy a quality steel blank, and have him put a fine grit polish or hone on the knives when he sharpens them...
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Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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That actually appears to be part of the serial number, not the part number at the end of your post. What are you trying to accomplish? With a description of your terminal board and the current wire arrangement I should be able to tell you what you need to know. Another option would be to contact us through our site at www.arrowmotor.net and send a picture of the board.
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Posted on Mar 17, 2010
Hello endaya try www.digikey.com if you are using a 2amp buss fuse, its available, 117V is applicable to 220V, just follow the amp rating.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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