Pepper Mill Grinder Turning Kit Mechanism - Stainless Steel
WoodRiver® Pepper Mill Grinder Kits offer quality and flexibility. Our kits feature tempered stainless steel mechanisms that provide a lifetime of grinding and come in four different shaft lengths that offer flexibility. No need to struggle with what length to make your mill – with 6",...
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WoodRiver® Pepper Mill Grinder Kits offer quality and flexibility. Our kits feature tempered stainless steel mechanisms that provide a lifetime of grinding and come in four different shaft lengths that offer 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 “P” knob on top of the mill. Kit comes complete with instructions and all hardware to make one Pepper Mill.
- Tempered stainless steel mechanisms
- 6”, 8”, 10”, 12” long shafts offer maximum flexibility
- Easy to assemble and install
- Fully adjustable for the desired grind
- (1) WoodRiver Pepper Mill Grinder Turning Kit Mechanism - Stainless Steel
- In addition to this kit, a completed pepper mill grinder requires 3" x 3" turning stock, 7 mm brad-point bit, 1-1/16" and 1-5/8" Forstner bits, Salt and Pepper Mill Jamb Chucks, all sold separately.
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Renowned turner, Keith Lackner creates a Salt and Pepper Mill Matching Set with Woodcraft's WoodRiver pre-drilled mill kits. Making a salt/pepper mill is an enjoyable project that produces a useful kitchen tool or a great “anytime” gift! The biggest obstacle to making a salt/pepper mill of any size is drilling the stepped through hole. We’ve solved the problem by pre-drilling our most popular salt/pepper mill blanks in walnut, cherry, maple, mahogany, and padauk. Follow along to learn how Keith takes us through his step-by-step process.
Great kit, though you end up with extras
I bought this kit for my first time making a pepper grinder. It definitely requires a bit of precision, but this kit was forgiving enough that I was able to complete the project, even with a couple of minor mistakes. We now have a very nice walnut grinder for the kitchen. The biggest "downside" is that you end up with three extra shafts. I'm trying to think of some creative ways of using them, otherwise they'll go into the recycling bin. It would be nice if woodcraft/woodriver sold a side kit that was everything but the shaft.