CLEANI dual-tank washer is a device specialized in washing part post printing.
After the printing process, cleaning is an important step as it removes the uncured resins stuck on the surface and prevents the part from becoming sticky.
We strongly recommend cleaning your prints for at least three minutes in each tank but you can always clean larger or more complex prints for longer if required.
CLEANI is an efficient washer and can clean most of the printed part but you should carefully inspect the part before considering it perfect. In most cases, it is not possible to automatically clean a part 100%.
You can use CLEANI to automatically clean your prints and then use an alcohol spray bottle for any parts that need extra attention.
If you leave your print submerged in alcohol for too long, it will start to degrade. Please refer to the Instructions for Use (IFU) for best practices.
Having two tanks gives you two specific advantages:
- The ability to clean two different types of parts. This is especially important with bio-compatible resins that cannot be cleaned in the same tank as parts printed with a non biocompatible resin.
- The ability to have a two-stage cleaning process, i.e. a dirty bath and clean bath. Using separate tanks like this can save 50% of alcohol because you can cycle the tanks so that only one is ever close to being excessively contaminated.
CLEANI is not an ultrasonic washer. The agitators at the bottom of each tank produce a vortex that effectively cleans your printed pieces.
Changing alcohol inside CLEANI is important. When one of the two tanks is dirty, it's time to replace the cleaning solution.
Cleaning your print with CLEANI requires high alcohol concentration. Most resins require either isopropyl alcohol (99% solution) or ethyl alcohol (95% solution) for cleaning. Please refer to the material (IFU) instructions for use about the optimal processes.
The dimensions of the CLEANI are 110 (L) x 225 (W) x 220 mm (H).
CLEANI supports both 220V and 110V input.