The design starts with a motor and a blade and adds electric wiring and a shell and a jbox for the wiring and some motor mounting plates. You can see in the picture below all the parts except thejbox on the near side of the shell.

  1. The motor mounting plates are held to the shell with 1/4-20 bolts- 2 per plate. The shell needs to be drilled with clearance holes for the bolts. In the future it is likely that 3 plates will be used, not 4.
  2. The motor is held by 2 long steel hose clamps.
  3. The box on top of the motor is held by 2 sided tape.
  4. There are 2 wires at the left for AC power that are custom made.
  5. There are 2 wire sets at the right that come with the motor.
  6. Some wires to to the motor just below the wire bundle.
  7. Some wires go through a hole drilled in the shell to the jbox..
  8. Those wires connect to 2 important sources – one is AC power input, the other is the speed control potentiometer that is installed at a remote location.

Bottom line is that the work above is 95% of the total work to assemble this fan.

For questions call me, Kurt Shafer, on my cell 951 296 3611 or text it.