Introduction: Drill Powered Meat Grinder

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this is how to easily and cheaply convert a manual meat grinder / pasta maker into a electric one with out much work

Step 1: What You Need

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you will need

- 1 manual meat grinder/pasta maker

-2 any hand drill

Step 2: Prep

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take off the handle

Step 3: Add the Drill

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attach the drill to the grinder like you would do when adding a bit to the drill

Step 4: Done

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now you have a cheap electric meat grinder that has enough power to grind meat with out hurting your hand

thanks for looking hope you like the instructable


kcutd05 (author)2014-05-19

Awesome idea. :)

lynnfiorante (author)2014-04-22

I like the vpx they are good I got mine as a set for 50 dollars at winners with two batteries a drill saw light and a vacuum a few years ago and they work great

pfred2 (author)2014-04-22

I have that exact drill. It is a shame B&D discontinued their VPX line. I bought almost all of it while it was on clearance.

termsl (author)2014-06-08

Dangerous thing.

My wife cut one finger on upradet meat grinder. Be carefully. No do this!

Yonatan24 (author)termsl2016-05-15

What does that have to do with the Instructable?

lynnfiorante (author)termsl2014-06-11

well I don't think it has anything to do with the meat grinder set up your wife must just not be using the thing right

finton (author)2015-02-20

Nice! Another justification for my 18v De Walt cordless drill! :)

I wish I'd thought of this while grinding meat for making sausages...

lynnfiorante (author)2014-06-15

It was not the grinders fouls or the upgrade you must always use caution with meat grinders anyway you should not have your hands in the grinder in the first place

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