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    Default Doosan Lathe Coolant Lines??

    Hello All,
    I'm new to this site. I apologize if this isn't in the correct location! I'm looking for some braided coolant lines for our Doosan Lathe. Our tools use an 1/8 BSP Adaptor and the only way to hook it up to the machine is either with a 15mm brass ball that has the same threading in it or to an m8x1.25 threaded hole in another brass fitting that came with it. Do you know where I can purchase these or where to start looking I can't find anything! Locline has npt threads but I can't find any type of banjo bolt to accomodate that. Qpm has some stuff but nothing with a big enough thread to use the ones that I could get with iscars coolant hoses. I'm lost!

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    You can probably buy the right from Doosan. Have you called and asked?

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    Sandvik has some hose kits for through tool coolant on lathes, comes with a few end fitting options.
    I bought one for my through tool parting blade but never tried it yet.

    I soldered pipes in most of the brass balls, works way better now. Also drilled out some of the set screws to cap them with .093 holes or so.

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    What model lathe do you have? Our new Puma 3100 has a plugged 1/8 bsp port in the top and back of the external tool holders, these are actually plugs for the coolant passage drilling.

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    The ports drilled on all my doosan blocks are BSPT.
    I bought a few adapters from McMaster, so e straight and some right angle, that go from BSPT male to bspp female.
    I then use the sandvik hoses that have bspp threads. The sandvik hose kits also come with 15mm ball adapters to bspp thread.

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    There was a place in Canada that sold hose kits and such. You may want to google it. The Sandvik units are very high quality as well.


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