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Old 02-22-2015, 05:02 PM   #1
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Anyone have a source for one?

Can be metal, plastic preferable, screw top or hinge cover, something like a nema 1 is fine.
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I have stuff like that fabricated by a metal guy.
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Is it a junction box, a control panel?
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Anyone have a source for one?

Can be metal, plastic preferable, screw top or hinge cover, something like a nema 1 is fine.
I would bet your supplier can get one but it may be cheaper thru Platt
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Anyone have a source for one?

Can be metal, plastic preferable, screw top or hinge cover, something like a nema 1 is fine.
Supply house should have them in stock.
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Supply house should have them in stock.
That would depend on where the supplier is located. My supplier has many sizes but they stock what is commonly used.
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10x10x8 hasn't been a common size at all in my searching, especially in plastic, usually finding 10x10x6. Only reason for plastic is the ease of modifications, as I'm sure it will get more things added to it over time.

Good job COW as I had looked before and didn't even see that 10x10x8 with knockouts, looking for one without knockouts (should have said that)

triden, it's going to be a junction and control box, I have a piece of control to mount to the side and it's about 6-1/2" wide, so a 6" is too narrow.

And a 12x10 or 12x12 will end up too big to fit the space it's going into
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8"x8"x6" is a common size.
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Can be metal, plastic preferable, screw top or hinge cover, something like a nema 1 is fine.
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I buy a lot of my enclosures from AutomationDirect.com.
They have a metal one, but not a non-metallic one.
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