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I want to hire someone to build an AC synchronous motor drive
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Old 22nd May 2019, 12:41 PM   #21
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Old 22nd May 2019, 12:46 PM   #22
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Jan - I have been in contact with Jaap. Very accommodating. Just waiting learn his timeline for availability. What are your thoughts on his product quality? Thanks for the insight.
As I said he has helped me tweak my own Kuzma motor so I know he knows what he is talking about.
He had a demo set at a local HiFi show where you could feel an AC motor powered by the mains or by his power supply. Clearly less vibrations, much more smooth running with his supply. His enclosures do not look very flashy but the performance and build quality is impeccable.
But he is not cheap though, he builds his stuff one at the time by hand and that costs hours in addition to the material.

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Old 22nd May 2019, 04:30 PM   #23
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I managed to open , clean, lube and put back the motor twice on dual 1219 as i have one.It is indeed a difficult task, but not impossible.

Yes, I happened to crack the rotor axis once, due to being impatient. I also have successfully serviced many 1219/1229 motors since:
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Nick at Longdog Audio in the UK has a similar mains powered tt controller with adjustable frequency and phase. Sounded clearly better than a 5k isobel mains regenerator powering the same motor, much more fluid and rhythmically tight.

It's not on his website but I know hes making them to order, circa 800
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Old 30th May 2019, 02:05 PM   #25
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I dont know why there is so much fuzz?
There are several blogs in this forum just for what you need.
A 25Watt dual sinusoidal drive with adjustable freq and phase.

You can search and get advise from these blogs.

And if you want yours to be one of a kind, just state how much you are willing to pay and you will get tons of offers all over the world or may be not
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