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Lego edgedriven Ultrasonic Cleaner spinning device

To mount on a Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine so your records spin slowly while you enjoy another clean and crisp sounding record.

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The whole shabam with putting records on a spindle, on a way to expensive device was the reason I thought I could do it better.

And even this could be done better, check out my version 2.0 which can hold up to 3 records at once (and yes spin them too!).

The whole shabam with putting records on a spindle, on a way to expensive device was the reason I thought I could do it better.

While busy building a edge-driven UCRM from cardboard and 3D-printer parts I had to wait for my 0,5 RPM 12v motor and I thought why not give it a go with some Lego. We have 3 boys hopping around so piles and piles available including loads of technic lego and a 9v motor. 

Build was pretty straight forward as you can see. The basic construction I came up with fits my tank perfectly. This basic form will probably fits most tanks when tweaked a little and can be removed very easy. In the beginning the option of glueing the Lego blocks crossed my mind but it seems that is not needed. Still have to wash my first record though. Building a 0,5 micron automatic pump system on the side and have to finish that first.  Will post pics of that later on...

Added a generic .LDR file with a complete 3d model and a parts list in .XLS format.


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LegoSpinner1.xlsx

Parts list in Excel format.

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URCMspinnerLEGO.ldr

Generic .LDR file.

ldr - 16.76 kB - 01/16/2021 at 20:41

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    Bas van lieshout02/05/2021 at 14:11 0 comments

    Added a second row of 3d printer wheels to stop the wobbling.

    Added lights and different wheels for the motorized part.

    First testdrive with the new parts. All goes well, even with fluid added. As you can see with 1rpm there isn’t enough water sticking to the surface of the record for the label to get wet. And this is tapwater without any additives.

    Overview of the upgraded parts.

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Bas van lieshout wrote 02/04/2021 at 07:56 point

Using a Mountain Wolf 40khz 6,5 liter machine. www.mountainwolf.nl

Paid around €85 through Amazon.nl.........

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Charlie Lindahl wrote 02/03/2021 at 18:48 point

Cool project BTW.

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Charlie Lindahl wrote 02/03/2021 at 18:47 point

What Ultrasonic Cleaning machine are you using here? Googling "Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine" yields this entry (not the only one, retail cost $850)  = https://bit.ly/3aqgjQY

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