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    Mike James

    I was wondering if we run the coolant-covered parts in the dishwasher, will it leave a film on the dishes, and will it over time damage the dishwasher? How to clean the CNC machined parts?

    Jake Able

    There are 5 methods to clean CNC machined parts:

      1. Ultrasonic cleaning – cleaning liquid to remove oil stains
      2. Spray wash – Spray a cleaning fluid with a certain pressure and temperature onto the surface of the parts to remove oil stains
      3. Scrub – Put the parts in a container filled with diesel, kerosene or other cleaning fluid, scrub with cotton yarn or brush.
      4. Boil wash – Put the prepared solution and the parts into a cleaning bath of appropriate size welded with steel plates, heat it to 80~90℃ with an under-pool stove, and cook for 3~5min.
      5. Vibration cleaning – The vibration of the cleaning machine is used to simulate the manual rinsing action and the chemical action of the cleaning liquid to remove oil stains.
    Mike James

    Thanks for your professional response! 🙂

    Wendy Hannry

    You can select different cleaning methods based on the part of their own requirements:
    1. Water or purified water cleaning
    2. Add some chemical detergents for cleaning in the cleaning solution

    Jim Hudson

    Steps To Clean CNC Precision Machines’ Parts:
    1. Before removing dust, make sure from which materials the part is made. A plastic part needs a different cleaning method than an aluminum or steel part.
    2. Similarly, cleaning blinds holes or complex cavities is more challenging than simple parts.
    3. Before exploring the cleaning steps, let’s make out how chemistry affects the process.

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