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New Big Hopper Cast Iron Corn Grinder Wheat Grain Nut Grinder
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<li>Table mount brackets<li>A long lasting cast iron construction<li>Long arm wood handle<li>Large hopper able to hold big loads (H)5 1/4" X (W)5 3/8"<li>Easy assembly and simple operation<li>Adjustable grinding mechanism for different types of grain
Top Customer Reviews
I have found on these "cheaper" grinder models when grinding wheat, you have to run it through three time to get the consistency you want for flour; no big deal for me; better than paying hundredred's of dollars for a grinder than may do it on the first pass
You can't really adjust type of griding, doesn't matter how tighten the screw - result is practically the same.
You won't get flour or fine grade with this grinder. Although it's not promised. Just to let you know, as we assumed it does.
If you are mechanically inclined, it's a lot of bang for the buck. If you need a polished finished product, quite frankly it's beyond you.
If you don't know how to operate this type of grain mill you will wind up with metal filings in your grain. It's that simple. Never let the grinding plates grind against each other. Do keep an eye on the cotter pin that holds the worm/milling plate together. It is also a potential source of filings that is easily fixed.
I made a great cornmeal from popcorn seed that after sifting was a great corn flour.
Like I said, great bang for the buck if you have a bit of Yankee ingenuity.
4 stars for great raw materials, 5 stars does require great performance out of of box.
NEW! Things you may need to do to this grinder.
1 Lubrication - Apply a food grade grease (shortening, bacon grease, etc.) to the hole the burr/worm shaft goes into on the front bracket hole opposite the adjustment screw. This will prevent metal filings from the unit from getting into your ground grain.
2. Adjust bracket spacing - Add washers to the two side bolts to act as spacers so that the cotter pin holding the burr to the worm shaft doesn't rub the adjustment bracket. This will prevent filings from the cotter pin from getting into your ground grain.
3. Attach hopper - It's a press fit. Line it up properly and gently tap into place with a hammer.
Optional - Make a shield for the top half of the burrs to keep some grains from flying out all over. And if want really fine flour get a Nazco stone burr set for the Corona mill ([...Read more ›
Overall, I would recommend this product. It fully met my expectations. Make sure that you are willing to get the Dremel or file out though. If you are willing to do a little work on this, you won't be disappointed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does not work well at all. It can only be used for chicken feed in my opinion.Published 7 months ago by Ross Broussard
was supposed to be great. it doesn't fit together well so we haven't been able to use it.Published 9 months ago by Venita L. Garner
Does what it supposed to do.... Only ding is the canister in the picture is bigger than in real life,Published 11 months ago by Paul
I bought this hoping I could grind my own flours from rice and quinoa, but this machine barely cracks grains in half after putting them through it for the third time. Read morePublished 11 months ago by CandD
For the price it does ok. The corn has to be run through at least twice before you get a fine corn meal.Published 12 months ago by Scottie B.