With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
I hate electric coffee grinders and conversely love the reliable old mechanical ones. I found this one in an antique store and here restore it to functional.
Bunch of old woodscrews needed to be removed.
The dremel wire brush was definitely the big winner here. Got the rust out of the bean bowl, the grinding wheel, and the other moving parts. For some ...
It was useful to lay 120 grit sand paper on a flat surface and sand the flat surfaces of the box.
I used two coats of polyurethane "SPAR VARNISH" - worked a treat.Using the nail painting board (instructable project XX) makes it much easier.I used the board from: http://www.instructables.com/ex/i/BD38D1F2819B1028A786001143E7E506/in ...
Here is the reassembled grinder. Looks good eh?
Peet's (if you must know) beans for the first test run. Worked like a peach. A great cup of brew.
Small Foods On A Stickby CrayfishYAY
Personalised Lego Candies and Chocolatesby philby
Recycled Parts Food Dehydratorby fozzy13
plastic box jerky/biltong maker and dehydrator.by louis perichon
3 Course Meal Using Mostly Power Toolsby mykiscool
Join 2 million + to receive instant inspiration in your inbox.
Download our apps!
© 2015 Autodesk, Inc.
Enter the email associated with your account and we will send you your username and a temporary password.
Not a member? Sign Up »
Already a member? Login »
That's a pro feature!
Want to go pro?
First step is to sign up.
By clicking "Sign me up!" you are indicating that you have read and agree to the Terms of service.
Already a member?" Login »