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Pasta Maker Machine (177) By Cucina Pro - Heavy Duty Steel Construction - with Fettucine and Spaghetti attachment and Recipes
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- Makes fettuccini and spaghetti
- Made of a chrome coated steel
- Attachments sold separately
- Includes easy-to-follow directions and recipes to get your started
- Heavyweight chromed steel construction
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Make your own pasta at home with the CucinaPro Pasta Fresh machine. The Pasta Fresh makes spaghetti and fettuccini. Attachments sold separately.
Nothing beats a plate of truly fresh pasta. And now it's easy to roll out your own at home, with Villaware's pasta maker. Whether the craving is for spaghetti or fettuccine, this sturdy machine handles the job with efficiency and style. Made of heavyweight chromed steel, with an attractive wood grip handle, Villaware's pasta maker looks great on the counter and is easy to use--there's nothing to plug in as this is the tried-and-true hand-crank variety. The easy-lock adjustable dough-dialer rolls thick or thin pasta, and it comes with spaghetti and fettuccine cutters. Cutters for tagliatelle and angel hair pasta are available separately. --Meg Heffernan
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I kept using it even as the shavings continued because I was making a display piece that wouldn't be eaten, but if I'd purchased this for actual food use, I still wouldn't have something safe to feed my family. Every batch produces metal shavings. Even when you think they've stopped, they come back again and again.
Then it seized up frequently and is difficult to clean out. So much for a quicker way to roll!
The rollers, when you look down into them, are actually slightly narrower on the adjuster end. So much for even rolling!
And just now, the whole thing seized up again and when I got it going once more after tedious cleaning, the adjustable roller is swaying back and forth by a huge amount on each roll. That means if I rolled something out, it'd be wavy.
This is garbage. I'm going to see if Amazon will let me return it. Don't buy this product.
Edit note: The manufacturer says they're sending me a check for a full refund, so I do give them marks for customer service.
First - it was really difficult to bolt this onto my counter. My counter at the time was a regular 80's faux wood formica thing on cabinets. I couldn't get the device to strap on to the counter because there wasn't enough counter. If I had used a table or something it might have been better. It was really frustrating to churn out the pasta and hold the machine down.
So, I bought the motor and a large cutting board to strap this thing to, and that was better, but the motor is so heavy it will fall over if not strapped down really well.
With all that I had to do and store, I can't say that this was an improvement over just using my rolling pin. I like to make thick egg noodles for chicken soup, and I like the hand rolled texture a bit more for that.
The pasta it makes is good, though I often got little black marks from the wheel hinges.
I have stopped using this for food and now use it for crafty stuff with my kids, like clay. I found the kitchen aid pasta attachments for $30 in an after christmas sale and they are incredibly easy and comfortable to use. If you already have a kitchen aid, it is worth looking around for the kitchen aid set used or on sale.
My only complaint - and it is not about the machine but about pasta machines that clamp - is that the clamps are too short to fit my table. I have a 3" lip on my craft cart and needed a longer jaw on the clamp. Since most clamps with longer jaws also don't fit through the provided hole, I decided to clamp it in a different place. So I placed my clamp to the left side on the front of the base, and now I'm not restricted to the side of my cart. I can place the machine anywhere on the cart, and still clamp it. The larger clamp cost me a few extra dollars, but it's been worth it.
This machine also came with some attachments for pasta that I won't use, since my machine is specific to polymer clay. I'm not a cook anyway, so they'll just sit in the box in the closet.
The price was right for this machine, comparable to the cheaper craft machines, and you won't be disappointed if you buy this one for polymer clay. It's a terrific machine!