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Old 22nd July 2017, 02:54 AM   #1
Ben Culley is offline Ben Culley  Australia
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Default Advice on building a turntable motor

I am looking at building a turntable and i am looking for any advice you might be able to give me on building the motor drive unit.

I have a small workshop with a CNC router, lathe etc and I am quite confident in building the platform, turnable, motor housing etc but I fall down on the electronics side of things.

Where might I be able to source a reasonably priced motor preferably in Australia and is there a suitable speed controller kit that I could make for it?

Thanks for any help
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Old 22nd July 2017, 03:01 AM   #2
gigigirl is offline gigigirl
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Default Build a Lenco

Hi, Build a Lenco Hybrid by using it's motor & platter wheel pulley. Lenco turntable properly implemented produce the best sound turntable in the world. Re-view for further in on Lenco Heaven, diy site, happy building
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Old 22nd July 2017, 02:08 PM   #3
carolus is offline carolus  Belgium
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Default Air bearing & Lenco

Hi Ben (& Gigi).
Just some ideas & home build for the fun ....

Air bearing principle with centering la Wel tempered & motor management la Lenco (with micro rpm tuning) & tangential air bearing tone arm la Terminator ....

Air bearing TT & TA 16" - My Photo Gallery

Ground noise .... near zero ....

It's music ....

Good luck

Karel
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Old 8th October 2017, 03:26 PM   #4
japtim is offline japtim  United Kingdom
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What about the mober kit for the LP 12
From Hong Kong
Excellent speed control
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Old 8th October 2017, 04:26 PM   #5
TomWh is offline TomWh  United States
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Well here is as good as it gets. Look up in analogue section at DIY, the SG4 diy 4 phase sinewave generator for turntable motor drive. You will be at the top of the game.

One extra tip if you are going belt/tape/string drive make the platter heavy 30lbs and up should do the trick.

Enjoy the ride
Tom
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