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MSRP: $1,400.00
Price: $1,260.00
You Save: $140.00
Manufacturer: Skutt
Part No: Revolution

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Skutt Revolution Potter's Wheel

The combination of the Built-In Splash Pan, Heavy Duty Frame, and ridiculously strong motor make the Revolution a popular choice with production potters. Upgrade to the ultra silky smooth performance of the SSX controller and you may never have to make another potter's wheel purchase again.

 

General Specs

Splash Pan Type Wheel Head Size Reversing Switch Controller Type Ship Weight
Removable 14 Yes Regular 119 lbs


Electrical

Horsepower Volts Amps Receptacle Breaker Size
0.50 120 V 5.00 A 20 A



PrintBuilt Like A Tank!
Everything on this wheel is stout! Potters can put a lot of force on a wheel. We use them to brace our legs, we push around clay on the wheel head, heck… sometimes we even stand on it. You want that base to feel solid. 
The frame of the Revolution is made of powder coated, 5/16″ cast aluminum. The legs are 1/8″ thick steel. The wheel head is the thickest on the market and the motor is the biggest. 
If you are looking for a wheel you can pick up and take on a picnic, this one might not be for you. If you are looking for a wheel that will last a lifetime…look no further. Click here to hear some of the best potters in the business explain why they use Skutt Wheels.
PrintHandles Like A Sports Car!
If wheels were fabrics…this one would be silk.The smoothness of a wheel is determined by a lot of things; the controller, the motor, the belt, the foot pedal…they all have to work together in a choreographed dance at high speeds, at low speeds, with a lot of clay and with very little. No one did a better job at coordinating these elements then Tom Forte when he designed this wheel. Sure, it is quiet, but it isn’t more important not to flop an 18″ porcelain platter?
PrintThe Motor
Skutt is the only company we know of that uses a Continuous Duty motor. These motors are tested under much more rigorous conditions so they need to be built tougher. That means heavy duty components that can stand up to the strain students (and big pot potter’s) can subject them to. Sometimes bigger is better. Click here to find out why. Bigger is Better
The Controller
Okay, this might get a little technical. Our controllers use only the highest quality components. If you look at our controller side be side with competitors you will see that ours is often twice the size. This allows for larger, more robust components that are spaced properly to reduce heat.
Controllers have settings that determine the min/max speed, the torque,the rate at which the wheel head speeds up and slows down and something called IR Comp.IR comp on a potters wheel is designed to send more power to the wheel when it feels that it is being bogged down like when you are centering a large amount of clay or maybe when a student wants to see how strong they are. When you take your hands off the clay, the additional power to the wheel is brought back to normal because the resistance is gone. The problem with this is that these surges may not be perfectly smooth. If you are throwing a big platter this is not good.
This is why all Skutt Wheels are shipped with IR Comp turned off. Our research tells us that most potters prefer to control the needed power with the foot pedal. 

 



The Wheel Head
The Wheel Head on all Skutt Electric Wheels is removable! No, not with a screwdriver and a PHD in Engineering, just twist and pull up. This innovative design allows you to have full access to your splash pan for cleaning. If you have one of our removable splash pan designs you will definitely appreciate our one piece splash pan. No longer will you need to fuss with cleaning out your splash pan before you can bring it to the sink to clean like two piece pans. Just bring it straight to your clay reclaimer or trash can and dump it. It is that easy! It is also the thickest wheel head on the market so it will never ware thin, will not flex, and is nearly impossible to bend.

 

The Shaft

 


The Foot Pedal
When you are talking about foot pedals the 3 most important factors are; the smoothness, how it ergonomically fits your foot, and how durable it is. Check, Check and Check! It was designed by a potter so it has to be smooth and feel good on the foot. He also knew he wanted to sell these things to schools and knew the constant abuse they would be subjected to so he built it stout using metal parts where others used plastic. You are going to love this foot pedal.
The Warranty
You will see all kinds of warranty’s out there. Some are longer, some are shorter, some cover just parts and some are pro-rated. The bottom line is that a warranty is only as good as the reputation of the company standing behind it. With Skutt, you won’t get excuses, you will get satisfaction. Our wheels warranty is five years, covers parts and labor, is never pro-rated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The biggest test of your wheel head shaft is to turn it lose on a big pot potter Like Scott Semple. Scott throws pots on over-sized bats that are over 6 ft tall. When you get that much clay, cantilevered out, that high…it puts a tremendous amount of stress on your shaft. Before Scott bought a Skutt wheel he actually bent a few. The shaft on a Skutt wheel is nearly twice the diameter of the competition.


Contents List

Skutt Wheels should arrive fully assembled. Packed with the wheel you will find the following items:

Wheel Head
Foot Pedal (Attached)
Bat Pins
Warranty Card
Operating Manual
Skutt Brochures.

 

 

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