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Homemade Lathe Coolant Supply

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Homemade lathe coolant supply fashioned from a 25x50x100mm block of aluminum. One end was drilled and tapped 1/4 BSP and the other end drilled and countersunk to accommodate an M8 cap screw. Assembly was fitted to a switchable magnetic base.
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