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  1. #131
    After we put in some pins with glue we put the assembly back on the lathe to remove the rest of the pins .
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  2. #132
    I checked if all the parts are proper aligned .
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  3. #133
    I made in both assembly a M 5 hole so I could glue a screw in it.
    So things can not start to move .
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  4. #134
    Now it is time to assemble everything with new bearings and tryout the belt.
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  5. #135
    And some more.
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  6. #136
    We had to adjust the coverplate of the top bearing to get some space for the lock nuts.
    I made the two nuts in a way that i can use a SKF wrench .
    one the bottom nut I will connect the speed sensor .
    I also had to make a spacer to adjust the height of the top bearing.
    Kind regards,
    Andre.


    Experience is the sum of stupidities you have done.
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  7. #137
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    After reading through this thread last night, I've got to say I'm very impressed!

  8. #138
    Hello everyone,
    I started also a new blog about this build on my own domain and then you will need no login to see the pictures and drawings.
    There will also be more pictures and explanations as on MYCNCUK.
    The blog will be up to date in a few days.
    If you have questions about my build I will try to answer them on my blog.
    The site is; http://www.4hobbycnc.be
    I hope you find it interesting .
    Kind regards,
    Andre.
    Experience is the sum of stupidities you have done.

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  10. #139
    Attn Andre :

    Sorry to reply to such an old thread, but on page 10 and 11 of this thread you show manufacturer of the none standard motor base. I am in the situation where I have to replace the motor on my Beaver VBRP MkII and that flange is a big problem. I'm considering making a flange and mounting a standard, more modern, motor on it. My question - is there any chance you still have a drawing of the motor adaptor flange you made please. It would be most appreciated, thanks.

    I guess there's a possibility that the flange does have a standard name, but I haven't seen one at all. Motor plate says :

    Brook Motors
    Frame DNV 164
    Serial L625484
    208-220 volts, 6.6 amps
    440 volts, 3.3 amps
    Full speed 1730 rpm
    Cycles 60
    Rating INT
    HP 2.0


    Peter
    Last edited by Peter_H; 03-09-2019 at 03:35 PM.

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