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Does Anyone Have An Idea For A Project I Can Make From A Kitchen Mixer? Answered

Does Anyone Have An Idea For A Project I Can Make From A Kitchen Mixer?

This Is an old 2in1 kenwood mixer that has a mixer and a blender

Is there a project (that isn't a centrifuge) I can make from it?

Maybe I can make a centrifuge, But I'm just trying to see if someone has a beter idea...


Thanks :)

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Kiteman

4 years ago

Ball mill?

Motorising Hallowe'en garden animatronics?

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Downunder35mKiteman

Answer 4 years ago

Ball mill - good one, would love to see it!
Imagine the drum with steel or even ceramic balls rotating at 2500RPM and then a bearing comes loose....
Ahh, you meant putting the balls into the blender?
I think if i do that and the blender is sturdy enough, my neighbours would complain about the noise.
But than again, I would not care, being deaf and standing in front of my new "blender-ball-mill"
LOL
Sorry couldn't help it...
;)

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Yonatan24Kiteman

Answer 4 years ago

I think I've just learned what a ball mill is, But doesn't it work like a centrifuge?

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KitemanYonatan24

Answer 4 years ago

Ball mills run more slowly, so that the balls are continuously running down hill and crushing stuff in their path - you simply include your mixer's gears and controls to stop the drum spinning out of control. One I used years ago had a single steel ball (think: cannonball) running in a drum that had a U-shaped cross-section, and only rolled at around 10-15 RPM.

In a similar vein, you could make a rock-tumbler.

For both ideas, they are basically just your mixer turned on its side.

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KitemanKiteman

Answer 4 years ago

You might need to click on this to make it work...

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FriendOfHumanity

4 years ago

https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-create-a-human-powered-bike-blender-for-les/

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Downunder35m

4 years ago

They are quite powerful :)
How about a bigger version of my siren?
I'm sure a blender makes a really good siren!