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|13th September 2013, 09:14 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2013
DIY "Deluxe" Ultrasonic Vinyl cleaner
A friend of mine told me the other day to visit this site.
The reason for this, is to show you my latest DIY-creation.
I have been into the DIY-business for a pretty long time, so I have some experience regarding using my head and hands, so to say.
So here is what it looks like.
First, loading the records onto the shaft:
Then it's time to place the LP's into the solvent, wich contains pure water, including a dash with alcohol.
When finished, the records are lifted clear of the water, to run dry.
If you want to take a closer look at how this washer was buildt, pleas visit this norwegian site:
Nok et vinylvaskprosjekt!
I recently finished a couple og record players, build from some old Dual 704 / 701 parts.
So if you care for it:
Scrooge's DUAL 704 make-over!
Sorry to say, the sites are all norwegian.
But hopefully, the pictures shows the most of it?
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