I guess I don't understand enough about electricity in the Royal Empire.  Here in the Colonies, we use 120/220v and it works well.
Why do you need so much voltage to power the spindle?  (Especially given that youhad to power it via an inverter.)
Granted, that motor does not look big at all.  Here in the USA I expect a 220v motor would be at least twice the size of yours.

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From: Richard Ellis
Sent: Apr 4, 2018 11:24 AM
To: Legacy Ornamental Mills

A pic of the drive to the spindle vari-speed via an inverter  240 volt to 414 volt

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