PM30 One-Shot Oiler System

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Mitch Royals
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Hey guys,
I recently completed a "one-shot" oiler system install on my PM30 Bench Top Mill.
Decided to go with Bijur metering valves, junction blocks, 4mm nylon and brass tubing, and other misc 4mm (5/32") fittings.
However, I opted not to purchase the Bijur "one-shot" oiler, instead, I found a "similar" unit on Amazon for a lot less $$$$! :)

Here are some pics ...

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Adding a "one-shot" oiler system to my PM1340GT's quick-change gear box, is in the "works" !!!
I plan to incorporate the Bijur components as well ...

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Some links for items purchased...

Bijur components:

One-Shot Oiler (Note: The 'HP-5R' model is "left-hand", the 'HP-5L' model is "right-hand"):

Ball oiler replacement fittings (had to machine some threaded brass inserts, to replace the ball oilers)...

4mm (5/32") Brass tube bender (worked out pretty well)...
 

wrmiller

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I did a one-shot oiling system on my CO 9x40 and it worked very well. I suspect the OP's will work just fine. :encourage:
 

9t8z28

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Very cool! I have been wanting to do this on my PM-932. What are the large holes in the back of the saddle and did you drill and slot the smaller holes for the lube system or were they already there?
 

wrmiller

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It looks exemplary! Come to that, the machine, and it's surroundings look almost "clinical", as if chips have to make their way to the bin by themselves - or else!

I am thinking you would have had to to bleed all those, just like hydraulic lines.
Very nice build!
No you don't have to bleed the lines, because it's a open not closed system. You just pull the handle on the one-shot until oil starts coming out of the ways a go to it. :)
 
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