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  1. #31
    Hi Jazz
    Its for an injection moulder
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    What i cant understand is why choose ground rail ? the studs need to be made from high tensile steel unless you wan't to risk stripping the thread off. the moving piece wants a couple of reasonably loose brass/delrin bushes fitting.
    If everything is too tightly tolerance it's just going to jam up.

  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by mekanik View Post
    Hi Jazz
    Its for an injection moulder
    НАСТž›ЬНЫ™ Т•*œžŸ›АСТА’ТžœАТ www.stnk.com.ua - YouTube
    What i cant understand is why choose ground rail ? the studs need to be made from high tensile steel unless you wan't to risk stripping the thread off. the moving piece wants a couple of reasonably loose brass/delrin bushes fitting.
    If everything is too tightly tolerance it's just going to jam up.
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    ive just bought a moulder identical to one in the image blind.. 100 notes.. it has an oil pump issue and its 3 phase.. in the event its too much to fix and i cant use an inverter it should make a good donor

  4. Nice buy!
    Definetly won't work of a standard inverter though, as a standard inverter won't be capable of powering the heating coils.
    You'd need to look into a rotary converter if the heating coils run of 415V 3 phase.
    .
    Any idea the KW rating of the heaters are?

  5. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by m_c View Post
    Nice buy!
    Definetly won't work of a standard inverter though, as a standard inverter won't be capable of powering the heating coils.
    You'd need to look into a rotary converter if the heating coils run of 415V 3 phase.
    .
    Any idea the KW rating of the heaters are?
    im not sure yet m-c ,driving up there tommorrow to give it a once over and arrange delivery be a shame to break it up but i dont have 3 phase.i will get the particulars tommorrow

  6. #36
    Nice find Deisel look like a perfect small scale moulder. Looks like that thin can apply a fair bit of pressure if it is using hydraulics
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  7. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by gavztheouch View Post
    Nice find Deisel look like a perfect small scale moulder. Looks like that thin can apply a fair bit of pressure if it is using hydraulics
    ive passed on it gav,i just got back from there,its a nice bit of kit but the images regarding size are a little deceiving thing stands about 8 ft tall an heavy,too tall for my shed and a fair lump to get from the road to the top of my yard.
    it is too good to break everything powers up .
    so if anyones interested there just off the M1 NOTTS and will deliver at a 1 a mile.pm for details.

  8. I did wonder just how big it was.
    Did you get a look at any power requirements for it?

  9. #39
    i didnt m_c ,didnt want to waste anymore of there time with them running a business

  10. No problem.
    I'm trying to avoid buying any new projects just now, so it's probably for the best!

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