833TV CNC conversion oiler manifold

joeblow65

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Thanks for the info guys but I'm just going to go with a needle valve manifold for now. I will eventually build a progressive valve setup but all of the ones I can find are around $100 bucks plus $50 shipping to Alaska and that's more than I want to spend on one piece of an oiling setup at the moment.
 

Lucas E

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Thanks for the info guys but I'm just going to go with a needle valve manifold for now. I will eventually build a progressive valve setup but all of the ones I can find are around $100 bucks plus $50 shipping to Alaska and that's more than I want to spend on one piece of an oiling setup at the moment.
Were you looking at new or used units? Also, what models? Do those work with a one shot, or do they have to have motor driven unit?
 

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@Lucas E both new and used, most of the new models were $200+ but firebrick and I found a few used and new on ebay for $75-$100 which isn't bad, the shipping to Alaska was the killer for me.

There are a bunch of different ones, trabon, lincoln, bijur, lube usa are the ones I saw the most. Specific models depend on your application and amount of ports needed. Do a google or ebay search for progressive valves, it should bring up a bunch.

I was going to be using the Chinese manual one shot that came on my 833, but there are motorized pumps from all of those companies you can get. I don't think all of the vale blocks will work with a manual unit since some of them had a 200 PSI req pressure to actuate the pistons inside.

For what its worth I will probably end up making a manifold and use individual metering devices for each port. until then I'm going to use what I have and design a new system for longevity and performance vs a thrown together hob goblin'd setup.
 

Lucas E

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@Lucas E both new and used, most of the new models were $200+ but firebrick and I found a few used and new on ebay for $75-$100 which isn't bad, the shipping to Alaska was the killer for me.

There are a bunch of different ones, trabon, lincoln, bijur, lube usa are the ones I saw the most. Specific models depend on your application and amount of ports needed. Do a google or ebay search for progressive valves, it should bring up a bunch.

I was going to be using the Chinese manual one shot that came on my 833, but there are motorized pumps from all of those companies you can get. I don't think all of the vale blocks will work with a manual unit since some of them had a 200 PSI req pressure to actuate the pistons inside.

For what its worth I will probably end up making a manifold and use individual metering devices for each port. until then I'm going to use what I have and design a new system for longevity and performance vs a thrown together hob goblin'd setup.
Let me know what metering valves you use. I'd be interested in doing the same. Supercrown105 on eBay has anyone you could want for cheap. They also have variety packs for testing.
 
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