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TomC
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Posted Sun Oct 26, 2008, 1:21pm
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Thanks muchly. You are a wealth of information. If you wouldn't mind, can you please send me the pattern for the base plate; it would be helpful (AutoCAD dwg/dxf file if you have it.

I did not mention that I had already plumbed in the Andreja using the kit from Chris' Coffee, so that is one less step. I guess the next step is to start collecting the parts. Thanks again.
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tango63
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Posted Thu Oct 21, 2010, 11:28pm
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These conversion instructions are great! Could I ask you to send me via email the template for the base plate as well?
Did you have any problems on the electrical connections for the motor, or did you simply use the same connections as for the original Ulka Vibratory? I don't know what the terminals are on the motor to drive the rotary pump (haven't acquired it yet).
(I've got a plumbed in Andreja, but the rotary conversion is very alluring)
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Posted Fri Oct 22, 2010, 7:05pm
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It's been awhile, but here is the pattern. If you can't get it from here, let me know.

Nothing about this conversion was particularly difficult. No problems connecting the motor. If you plan to do it, I can review the procedure and help you figure it out. As I said, I used a Vetrano as the guide and wired and plumbed the Andreja to match that as closely as possible. Cutting the stainless burned through some drill bits and hole saws, but it was worth it.

 Espresso platform.pdf

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melchionda
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Posted Mon Jul 8, 2013, 8:20am
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- oops... I see my question was answered in an earlier post so I have deleted my question.
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