Triac minimum dimensions sought

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neil_f
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Triac minimum dimensions sought

Post by neil_f » Sun 23 Mar , 2014 23:54 pm

Hi folks.
I'm planning on installing a Triac for an upcoming project but, as I'm very pushed for space in my narrow workshop, I'd like to remove the Triac from its case or stand and mount it bare on the bench (with control electrics reboxed under the bench).
Could some kind soul with a Triac available measure a couple of dimensions for me, so I can see if my plan is viable?
What I could do with knowing is the depth and width of the base casting on which the cross slide and rear column sit, so I can see if my existing bench will be deep enough.

Many thanks in advance.

Also, as I'm looking for a Triac right now, if anyone finds themselves with one too many (any model or state), I'd like to hear from them :)
(neil_f <at> anf dot nildram dot co dot uk)
Cheers.

neil_f
Posts: 12
Joined: Sun 23 Mar , 2014 23:26 pm
Hardware/Software: Triac

Re: Triac minimum dimensions sought

Post by neil_f » Wed 09 Apr , 2014 15:34 pm

In case it will help others in the future who are short of bench space, I'm now in a position to answer my own question. :D
Minimum dimensions of the Traic's base casting are 562mm deep by 270mm wide.

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