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Attach Pasta Maker to Kitchen Aid Mixer

Can someone come Up with an easy tutorial on Attaching a Pasta Maker to Kitchen Aid Mixer ?
The Pasta Maker has a Manual Cranking Handle.
I have seen Kitchen Aids with the attachment and would like to convert mine.


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nacho21006 months ago

There has been a potential half solution created via 3d printer.

thrifty481 year ago

That link is brill dholloch . I`m trying to find a way to attach a pasta machine to my kenwood chef mixer . pity there wasn`t just a a small connecting attachment available to buy.

dholloch1 year ago

Almost exactly what you're looking for: http://imgur.com/gallery/M7INK

I realize that this is a pretty old request, but I came across this yesterday:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Coffee-Burr-Grinde...

Using some of his steps, I'm sure that this can be done.

bastlynn1 year ago

Maybe something like:

http://www.photos-albums.com/my-diy-kitchenaid-pasta-attachments-howto-album34284/

hmuckleroy2 years ago

If someone would be so kind as to just tell me what size the Kitchenaid PTO is, I can run with it.

The kitchenaid pasta maker attaches to the front power hub, there are other adapters available for other products (http://www.everythingkitchens.com/fgm-kitchenaid-adaptor-4023.html?gclid=COqMlZPG8cQCFQJufgod_yAAug), this should not be that hard. the power port attachment for my meat grinder has a tapered outer part that tapers from 7/8" of an inch to 3/4 at the "kitchenaid" side. Inside is the actual PTO part which is a square part that is 7/16" on each side and protrudes 1/2" from the external portion of the housing. The part that would need to go into a pasta maker is a round shaft about 5/16" across with a spline on each side that measures just under 1/8" square with an overall cross section of the spline side of 7/16".

LoganM6 LoganM62 years ago

here are images of the power attachments

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You need a flexible steel cable.

Kitchenaid makes a pasta roller attachment for their mixer that works very well. Perhaps you could sell your manual roller and apply the proceeds toward the proper attachment.
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