hi I'm curious of what other metal processing companies are currently using during removing of scrap from finished item and jigs after machining / lathe process.. our company is currently using a concentrated nozzled airgun...and we are figuring out if this is still the best airgun there is to use for the cleaning process.. we are considering to use a wide nozzled airgun or a flat one.. what do you guys think?
good inputs are welcome. thanks!
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