Hey guys I just got a great deal on a power plate roller that is 50"x16ga but it is 3 phase and my shop is single. I went into this knowing that worst case I am looking at $700 for a real good rotary phase converter that will do the job. With that being said it is still a great deal I got and this thing has almost zero use on it. But my question is can I go a different route and do a single phase 220 motor on it or a different type of phase converter? I have a power bead roller that is 110V single phase but with a 3 phase motor but I am not sure how it was done. The slip roll is a 3 phase 220V with forward and reverse 1hp and a 60:1 gear reduction. It is made by Birmingham and is the Taiwan not the china version (I was told it is much better) but I have seen simular versions with a 2hp 220V single phase set up that I would like to try and do. The foot controls are all 24v relays and what not so that should be simple to figure out but the rest I am at a loss for and could really use some advice. Here are a few pics and if more are needed please let me know what you might need and I will do what ever I can. Thank you very much for any help with this. Kevin LFD Inc.