Premium Quality Cast Iron Hand Crank Manual Corn Grinder For Wheat Grains coffee Nut Mill Tall
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I did grow corn and cooked it
In addition to its three flat spots, the shaft has three holes through which the handle can be inserted. A large drill would be needed to fit the shaft, if I recall correctly, it is 5/8" in diameter. 3 out of 4
In other words, everything except the funnel or container on top, the wooden handle, and all the bolts and nuts. Since I have only used it a little bit, I can confirm that it does its job well (grinding corn for poultry).
A pound of grains is ground per minute according to the instructions found in the manual. For example, I reckon it takes about an hour to grind a 5 gal bucket. The mill can mill from coarse to fine according to the hardness of your product. For a variety of recipes, it is necessary to take the hardness of your product into account. This information was provided in the hope that it will be helpful to
Selected User Reviews For Premium Quality Cast Iron Hand Crank Manual Corn Grinder For Wheat Grains coffee Nut Mill Tall
Please click here to read the rest of this article. The quality of this video is terrible! It was well worth the effort to get the equipment in and set it up, even with no instructions. A part of the handle fell off after being ground, there are spaces between the hopper and the base of the hopper where grains fall out, and the wheel cracked after being ground! A full refund will be issued after I return and contact the seller! A very disappointing experience. It surely must be clear to you that you are selling a bad product. I am just.
It was no problem getting this all put together. The machine is made of painted metal, which means tons of metal shavings soak into the cracked wheat as it is ground. Then we cleaned it up and re-ground wheat with a finer grind since we wanted flour rather than cracked wheat, and did the same for corn. In addition to coarsely ground wheat, there were tonnes of metal flakes. As we followed the instructions, we tightened it some more and tried again, but still had metal shavings. Then, we heard a popping noise and found that the ring around the auger had broken in half, making the tool useless.
It has a lot of jagged edges because it was cast poorly. It appears that the coating is very inconsistent, and there are some patches where it seems to be missing (see photos). It's the fact that the hopper won't even fit on the top of the grinder that sealed the deal for me. My hopper wouldn't fit on the body because the tabs that hold it in place didn't line up, so I couldn't put it on without damaging stuff. The bottom of the bag is badly bent and does not match the shape of the place where it's supposed to go (see picture), so the contents could spill right out if I were to put it on. It is most disappointing that after I pay for return shipping, I will have to pay for a new piece of junk for at least half the price.
DO NOT SPLURGE UP YOUR TIME AND MONEY ON THIS
Take it off of your list for now.
When you grind with it, metal shaving are released into your Additionally, they did not include a crank handle with the device. The company and product involved in garbage.
Breaking of the cotter pin that was holding the milling plate barely cracked the wheat. From crank side it leaks materials. Hopper leaks as well as retains them because it has poorly fitted hoppers I had to replace them.
Cracking wheat berries in it is my favorite use. The cracking time for 26 pounds is about an hour. I find it works well enough for me.
Maybe I misread the product description, but I thought this could be used for grinding grains to make There isn't much fine grinding going on here. An individual who reviewed the product said it is great for milling corn for Using it for that purpose would be fine. I'm not getting any benefit from it as far as grinding flour manually is concerned, unless I'm missing some trick.
While it works quite well to grind corn, I would contest that it is of premium quality as stated in the product title. One of the two wing nuts broke during setup due to it having been drilled and tapped off center, which left it weak. This is because a cotter pin holding the grind adjustment was bent and twisted, which prevented it from leveling the grind plate. Its base that mounts to a table or stationary support was not flat, which caused it to wobble side to side when clamped down. Although these are not precision cast parts, they appear to be strong enough there to work fine. New wing nuts, new cotter pin, grind the base, and a few tweaks to align the grinding plates have it working fine. Two passes through, and the powder is fine. I am satisfied with the purchase considering the price of $16. With the corn I have to grind and my occasional use of coffee beans, it should continue to work just fine.