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    Has anyone used the Granite Devices Ioni system? is it easy to use?

    Looks quite compact and can run most motor types. the only issue I can see is max motor voltage of 55V.

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    I had a Granite Device system but it needed a lot of DIY to get it going. I ended up sending it back and going through a Paypal dispute (which went in my favour) to get my money back.

    What exactly ware you trying to do?

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    Not good then! was that the Ioni?

    Initially I was looking to use it to retrofit my lathe but I have a few other projects that need a mix of drives so the multi-functional output seemed appealing for neatness and quick changes.

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    Sorry for the slow response, no, it was this.

    https://granitedevices.com/store/arg...rvo-drive.html

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