I have a 1993 SCMI basic 2 bander. The frequency motor went up in smoke today. Can you replace it with the newest technology solid state converter? Has anyone done this?
From contributor Y:
Did you burn up your spindle or your inverter? Both can be easily replaced.
Also, there is a greater chance of creating electrical noise with an inverter. When installing the inverter you should seriously consider a line filter on the incoming power and a line reactor on the output. These add a lot of benefits and are worth the add cost. Also, you will want to confirm that the motor wires are shielded to prevent noise leakage.