and the only thing that was purchased was the plastic tube for the handle. i still working on the machine, the wood that is on the top is just a addition to the prototype, it,s being updated. I'll ost another video for the pastry tip and the pastry bag.
Most of the material are from the garage and a wooden bed frame that I found on a trash bin.
the only material that where purchased, the two round sticks, and the T plastic connector (plumbing), at the beginning i started this project as a standing machine but it was too unstable, them I added the base as you can see on the video, and the top part it's just some adjustments that I had to do. but it works. soon I'll post a video with the pastry tip, the pastry bag, and the top that pushes the dough.
visit this instructable for the pastry bag. http://www.instructables.com/id/Homemade-pastry-bag-for-Churro-machine/
Step 1: Homemade Churro Machine
sharp nife to cut the plastic.
screwdriver to make the churro shape on the top.
I put the screwdriver in the stove, make sure not to get burn.
I had some plain fabric that I cut into the shape of the metal container, and saw it together.
in this project I had two different fabric left.
so I made two pastry bags.
make sure to messure or calculate the fabric tip to match the width of the plastic tip.