Drill Powered Meat Grinder

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Introduction: Drill Powered Meat Grinder

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

you will need

- 1 manual meat grinder/pasta maker

-2 any hand drill

Step 2: Prep

take off the handle

Step 3: Add the Drill

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

Step 4: Done

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

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    8 Comments

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    lynnfiorante
    lynnfiorante

    6 years ago

    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

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    pfred2
    pfred2

    6 years ago on Introduction

    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.

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    termsl
    termsl

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Dangerous thing.

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

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    Yonatan24
    Yonatan24

    Reply 4 years ago

    What does that have to do with the Instructable?

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    lynnfiorante
    lynnfiorante

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    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

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    finton
    finton

    6 years ago on Introduction

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

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

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    lynnfiorante
    lynnfiorante

    6 years ago

    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