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Oct 19, 2006 · Congratulations on your ball mill! You'll want to further reduce your motor speed by 3:1 to mill more efficiently. Right now, your RPM is just slightly under the speed where the media won't do any work. The optimum speed for your jar to turn is around 90 RPM like Frozentech said

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