Grinder. AC Motor

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Grinder. AC Motor
I do not know what kind of motor it is and where it was used. This motor is too high speed for this model. Therefore, in the next video I want to make a grinder on a DC motor 755. Now need to order a motor. As it arrives, I will continue the project. And you will see the sequel. Also, the model will be adapted for another motor. Unless of course you will be interested in the project.



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