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Yeah, his stuff is very expensive, and even if cheap I'd stay far away from it. But that doesn't mean there aren't a few good ideas to borrow from his contraption.
Yeah, that's kind of silly for some spacers and a ten dollar stepper motor. And I really don't think it would work that well. I try to space my lp's > 1 wavelength apart... about 3 cm. He advertises 12 lp's at a time... no way. I can get three, but usually one or two just because it's easier.
This thread as been inactive for a while, and in the meantime the cost of ultrasonic cleaners has really come down.I've been trying out this unit for about a week, and I'm really impressed- and for under $130 to my door. I've got a little 1 rmp motor on its way from China for another $8. With a few bits and pieces from the garage, I'll have this thing working on automatic for just about $150 . It specs very similar to the commercial record cleaning units, and seems to be reasonably well made. I suspect a motorized multi LP arm will take me a couple of hours to make... not super complicated. I'll dry on my Nitty Gritty. Updates after the motor arrives.
Sorry that I didn't notice this... been out of town. Mine has a 6.5L capacity, and it's barely large enough.
That sure looks like the same one. On the plate with serial # it states the capacity as 6.5L, along with the voltage, amps, etc. Looks like they've gone up about $40. But I can attest that they do work well.
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