I got an old rotary milling table last year, it actually worked a little bit but then sized. So it got put to one side until now. It's a whopping great thing, probably 250kg? Stripped out the electrics, since they don't work, and I don't need them. There was a fwd/rev as well as an auto reverse toggle. Started taking apart in earnest Box of bits It then got pressure washed at 150 degC and lots of chem! It dried off nice and fast, being warm! I wonder who made it? There's no clue as to the maker apart from this serial number and COM. It's nicely made. Plan is to clean up, replace the two bearings that were sized, convert the oilbath and contact oiler system all to grease nipples, and re-assemble. Then the fun will start... It has a few nice features for a welding positioner - it has the multiple changewheel setup in the gearbox for speeds. A dog clutch engagement and built in rapid travel on a lever. And the 3 phase motor will be inverter driven. Making the frame for it will be the challenge!