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One of the mores useful tools in my shop is a small Logan turret lathe. I've been slowly tooling it up
and getting it outfitted with a bigger 3-phase motor and VFD, and I find myself doing more and more short runs on it.
I had a stainless part that required some heavy drilling, and so I took a few minutes to cobble up a quick
flood coolant system for it. The machine was originally set up for it, in whatever factory it spent the
first part of its life in, and fortunately I'd saved the front splash tray.
Unfortunately, it interfered with the turret's capstan wheel.
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