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    We have a 1984 GTO 52-4 with 40 million impressions on it. Is there any motor maintenance we should be doing? We had a motor guy in here looking at something else and he said our GTO had a brushless motor and didn't need any preventative maintenance.

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    Originally posted by kdw75 View Post
    We have a 1984 GTO 52-4 with 40 million impressions on it. Is there any motor maintenance we should be doing? We had a motor guy in here looking at something else and he said our GTO had a brushless motor and didn't need any preventative maintenance.
    It should be fine. By the way that's not much use at all for that press. Those machines are usually good for 150-200 million impressions, if that gives you an idea.

    By the way, does that press have conventional dampening?

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      Hi sir
      As electrical engineer Professional by over 46 years
      Every 6 moths every electrical motor, must done maintenance electrical and mechanicl.
      Go to some electrical shop repair motor, and do the effective maintenance properly.
      Let me know any question
      Blessing
      superchock@yandex.com
      Mobile+WhasApp:+505 8861 1441

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        Originally posted by alibryan View Post

        It should be fine. By the way that's not much use at all for that press. Those machines are usually good for 150-200 million impressions, if that gives you an idea.

        By the way, does that press have conventional dampening?
        No. It has Crestlines.

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