Started by Dewey, September 27, 2023, 02:18:03 PM
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Quote from: Sod saw on October 10, 2023, 01:13:12 PM.Is it possible to get a patent on your process? I am not a lawyer and have no idea what I am trying to say, here.Can you protect your hard work and teach your methods (ideas) to younger folks who would be required to pay you a fee for each modification? ? ? Sort of like paying a penny or two each time a song is played on the radio or a record is sold. Maybe someone else can elaborate and clear up my thoughts.Or just sell your process outright? And still be able to retain the rights to putter? The best of both worlds.Is there any reason that the motor manufactures couldn't use your system (design) to make new motors that operate on single phase but still hold up to 3 phase abilities. That may be asking a lot, but you would know better than those of us out here.What documentation do you have from multiple independent testing labs (universities, etc) showing motors do not loose speed or ability to hold up to 3 phase specifications?-just some random thoughts-.
Quote from: ljohnsaw on October 10, 2023, 03:37:16 PMPretty cool. I'm running my old planer with a 3hp ( or maybe 2, I don't remember right now) on 220 single phase on my 50 amp welder circuit. It boggs down at times. I can get 3 phase motors for free every now and then. Did I read it right that you have to do some magic on the motor as well as having the control box?
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