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Item 161464
Model 161464W

WoodRiver - Ceramic Salt Mill Grinder Mechanism Turning Kit

$13.50

WoodRiver Ceramic Salt Mill Grinder Kits offer quality and flexibility. Our kits feature quality ceramic mechanisms that ensure a wonderful grind and are available in four different shaft lengths...

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WoodRiver Ceramic Salt Mill Grinder Kits offer quality and flexibility. Our kits feature quality ceramic mechanisms that ensure a wonderful grind and are available in four different shaft lengths to provide flexibility. No need to struggle with what length to make your mill – with 6", 8", 10", and 12" shaft lengths available, you have ultimate control over the size of your mill. Most grinder kits require a precisely bored-through hole, but the unique mounting hardware of our kit allows slight inaccuracies in your turning. Easy to assemble and install, these mechanisms can be adjusted from extra coarse to an extra fine grind by turning the knurled “S” knob on top of the mill. Kit comes complete with instructions and all hardware to make one Salt Mill. Wood or man-made blank for the body sold separately.

Features:

• Quality ceramic mechanisms

• 6”, 8”, 10”, 12” long shafts offer maximum flexibility

• Easy to assemble and install

• Fully adjustable for the desired grind

• Wood or man-made material sold separately

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    Pretty good kit

    I like that you have the option for different lengths. I used the 10” rod (lol). The instructions were pretty good but you need to know the limits of your equipment. It was a learning curve seeing I did both the salt and pepper grinder for my wife’s Christmas present. seemed to work ok in a jet mini-lathe. My drill bit set didn’t have the exact size to bore thru the lower section of the grinder so I went one size up and all the parts still fit. I wish I could show pictures of the process to help others but they don’t have an option here.

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