Hello all- I am trying to run a three-phase motor from a single-phase power source. Currently, I have two leads coming from a power box. Each power lead is 240v when I test hot to neutral. When I test from one hot of one power lead to the second hot of the second power lead I get 480v. When I look up at the pole transformer I see two only two wires coming out of it connected to my power box. Does this mean I have two-phase power at 480v with a center neutral? Anyway, I am trying to run a 415v three-phase motor (on a lathe). My thought is to try and get three-phase from single-phase, maybe using a couple of capacitors to make three-phase. I don't need a lot of power from the motor so I am not worried that I will overload the line. I would just put a single phase motor on the lathe but it has a cooling pump that is also three-phase and I would like to keep the system original. Does anybody have any thoughts on how I might be able to make this work? Thanks.