The resistor is actually in series with the motor in reverse so it slows the motor down. The extra poles are used to operate a "no volt relay" so you aremparkerlisberg
The mini lathes use a 4PDT reversing switch that could be adapted to use with mills. There is also a circuit that switches a low value (usually 15 ohm)olduhfguy
I have posted photos in the album "Grinding Machine" of a shop made machine that came from an estate sale. I'm not sure what this was made for and thoughttrz200
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There is a folder in the files section titled "The Basics".
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