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Just wondering whether it could be done.

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If it is 3 phase, swap two of the power wires.

Otherwise the motor might have cw and ccw shades and
it is a mater of re-wiring. Takes specs of that motor
and knowledge.

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I've always wondered the same thing.


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When I got my Delta Band saw - it came from a good dealer in
a state. The manager was at a conference and the guys shipped
a bandsaw and a motor. The motor had sawdust on it and wasn't
in a new box. Hum - stripped it off something. Looks new.

I installed it and the saw ran backwards. Just like a lathe....
I swapped the wires as mentioned - inside it was marked - and
then the saw cut wood. I then converted it to 14".

So wood working motors as others reverse.

Martin

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On Wed, 14 Jan 2009 21:44:36 -0600, "Martin H. Eastburn"
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When I got my Delta Band saw - it came from a good dealer in
a state. The manager was at a conference and the guys shipped
a bandsaw and a motor. The motor had sawdust on it and wasn't
in a new box. Hum - stripped it off something. Looks new.

I installed it and the saw ran backwards. Just like a lathe....
I swapped the wires as mentioned - inside it was marked - and
then the saw cut wood. I then converted it to 14".

So wood working motors as others reverse.

Martin

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Just wondering whether it could be done.


I've always wondered the same thing.


Some do, some don't - and some are unpredictable. A good friend has a
nice radial arm saw from the 60's -can't remember the manufacture
(deWalt, perhaps?)r but it's hammertone green - and it will
occaisionally start backwards - but worse yet, if it jams it WILL
reverse. It will throw sticks with a veangeance given half a
chance!!!!!
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On Jan 15, 7:06*am, "dadiOH" wrote:
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I've always wondered the same thing.


Strange, I've spent my life NOT wondering *

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I find that question often interrupts dreams of a sexual nature.
It is just when the blond swedish twins start unbuttoning their tops
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the question about motor reversal rears its ugly little head.
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Don't believe so.

It is an AC motor and will rotate with the field.

If it was three phase it could be done.

Why??




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Yes, Turn the motor and blade unit 180 degrees so that the blade is located
on the opposite side.




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