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Jeff Lumsden
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Anyone here?





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Yes. So the motor has no cage like in the ad?

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Does anyone have a picture of the hub?

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Jeff, thank you for the picture. That will help. Once the motor arrives, I will measure it up and make the hub.

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For future reference,
      the eBay pics...












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"It may be use used to
      dedorize [sic] toilet rooms..."



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No thank you.  The ODDO will be sitting on the shelf after I make a hub and a blade for it.

Jim Kovar wrote: "It may be use used to
      dedorize [sic] toilet rooms..."




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I was going to work on the hub today...but I've decided to work on Pancake switches today.  Will post later.

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Hub came in today.  Size and dimensions look right. 






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Dang it...just realize there is a mistake. Suppose to be a three blade. Oh well...at least the next design will look better.

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Narrowed the front disc and enlarge the back disc and made it longer.  Increased pitch to 8 degrees.  The blade made a bit thinner.  Looks much better.






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James H. Mason(patented Oddo battery fan) and James P. Williams(patented Globe/Paragon fan motor) were both opportunists(salesman) on the Edison band wagon. Both were salesman for Edison product.

Mason took advantage in 90 of the lack of dynamo generated juice marketing primary batteries. Not long after that he took advantage of the same and the growing fan motor craze.

James Mason Battery Motors 93 - Pre-1950 (Antique) - Antique Fan Collectors Association - AFCA Forums







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Looks much better.







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