Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 11:52:55 -0700

Author: "John Welch"

Subject: rotators

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Hi all you great folks. I'm needing to get some more 'rotators'. What we =
have now are the old Cenco rotators, which consist of a motor connected =
by a belt to a continuous gearing device made of rubber discs. It =
doesn't look like these can be purchased any more, so I am considering =
this thing called a "universal rotator" that SW, Frey, and Carolina all =
have in their catalogs. It's a motor with a chuck mounted on a cast iron =
base, and can be locked in various positions. Does anyone have any =
experience with these? How do you like them? =20
I'll be using them mainly to drive turntables (via a belt) like the ones =
on page 683 of the S-W catalog.


thanks
-John
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Hi all you great folks. I'm needing to =
get some=20
more 'rotators'. What we have now are the old Cenco rotators, which =
consist of a=20
motor connected by a belt to a continuous gearing device made of rubber =
discs.=20
It doesn't look like these can be purchased any more, so I am =
considering this=20
thing called a "universal rotator" that SW, Frey, and Carolina all have =
in their=20
catalogs. It's a motor with a chuck mounted on a cast iron base, and can =
be=20
locked in various positions.  Does anyone have any experience with =
these?=20
How do you like them? 

I'll be using them mainly to drive =
turntables (via=20
a belt) like the ones on page 683 of the S-W catalog.

 

 

thanks

-John


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