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Slats cleaning

Slats cleaning

(OP)
Does someone have a special machine to clean the slats on the table or you just do it with the zipgun? Those machine are very expensive. Does it worth the price? Did you eared about brass slats?

RE: Slats cleaning

We cut new ones. Seems to be the best method to go.

RE: Slats cleaning

Check this one out
TRUMPF’s slat cleaner: TruTool TSC 100

RE: Slats cleaning

(OP)
Last time we cut new ones for the two tables. One table is 24 feet long so you can imagine how long it take to cut that. Trumpf's machine are cool. Try to ear people'opinions before. From now the less expensive and fastest is the zipgun. Still nobody eared about brass, suppose it does not stick?

RE: Slats cleaning

We use 2500 x 1250 x 2.0mm plate costing just under £30 a sheet and takes approx 25mins per sheet to cut 8 slats.

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