DIY ultrasonic vinyl cleaner


#81

Looks impressively serious for vinyl cleaning duties

Any plans o fit a Hoover to vacuum or a paint pad to clean in one go


#82

I use a vacuum after it comes out of ultrasonic to remove the excess fluid. (Which isn’t a lot).
It doesn’t need a scrubbing pad the ultrasonic cavitation does all the work.
I’m not sure I could add a drying fan or vacuum and make it cost effective. At this point I’m still perfecting this part of the project.


#83

Looking good :+1:


#84

Triffic! :grinning:


#85

That looks absolutely excellent!


#86

Any update on this please?


#87

Hi Guys
Yes
A few people have seen it now at a couple of bake offs and the reaction has been very positive.
I am just making one or two improvements to the design and then with @edd9000’s help we will be able to make some for interested parties.
If you are interested in owning one send me a PM.
Hope that helps.


#88

PM incoming.:+1:


#89

Anything I have anything to do with isn’t going to happen with any speed :smiley:


#90

Yeah guys you’ll need a bit of patience as there is usually a que for Edd’s help with parts and projects.


#91

I’m keen no rush at all


#92

A couple more tweaks.
Refitted shorter screws in saddles so no chance of catching records on the ends of the screws.
Made a motor mounting box out of a white box to better match the white plastic.




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#93

Got mine up and running today, it does seem to work well. Thanks Tim.

Just need to try it out on my copy of the Blade Runner 2049 OST @Mrs_Maureen_OPinion :wink:

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#94

Gah! Dammit! Why can’t you be more forgetful! I’d better pop-over, albeit I’m fairly (unexpectedly) busy this week! Thursday?


#95

Thursday sounds good :smile:


#96

Demo at the Ship I assume?


#97

Edd’s a smart lad, he knows where to find me :sunglasses:


#98

Tbf, we’d all know where to find you! :laughing:


#99

Fucker! :angry:


#100

First set of 5 under way on the CNC machine.