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I saw that kit for rotation. Let's see, he wants $290 ... and I've got $8 in mine. As far as the kit to keep the label dry, it's not needed. Rotating at 1 RPM the solution runs off and doesn't get on the label.
Link, don't just post a pic.
These people are foolish. The price is still absurd. Why are they 3D printing? 3D printing is for prototypes and things that can't possibly be cast. They could pay a casting place to make a run for not much money, and sell them very low, and able to fit 3 discs, no less. Then they'd be flying off the shelf. People would buy them to use for vacuum systems too if they were adaptable.
Agree. The 1 rpm stepper motors are cheap (<$10) and the rest is basically plastic and a couple of screws. Just not enough value for 200 bucks. Now if it was $59, it would be worth it not to DIY.
Stepper motor - fancy . A cheap hobby motor with built in gear reduction is fine. No need for a controller then.
Although a vacuum setup for drying would be nice, it's not an absolute necessity.
Absolutely. I like the adjustable height. I'll eventually get around to redoing the rotisserie to make it more adjustable. Right now, the solution level has to be just right to keep the label out and the record submerged. Actually, things would be simpler if the cleaning tank were just a cm longer... but it's not. An lp is about 1/8 inch too big. You can put it in at an angle, but then it will only hold 2 lps, or raise it up until you gain clearance to let it run 3 lps at a time.
What are your thoughts on minimum tank size, L x W x D? With so many available, i cant always correlate volume with dimensions for our purpises (can you believe people actually use these for non-LP cleaning purposes ! The horror )
For 2 records is the size still working out for you S Clark?
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