Manual Vertical Suasage Stuffer ?

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Post by Devo » Sun Mar 11, 2018 14:13

Knifeman wrote:That's quite the stuffer DEVO ! Did you make that yourself or purchase it ?
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No I bought it off a fellow who makes them. His name is Kirby. He has many videos on youtube and vimeo on how to use it. He also makes a nice meat mixer.



Here is his bucket mixer.
https://vimeo.com/244151890

Loading the stuffer
https://vimeo.com/244151955

hydro sausage stuffer
https://vimeo.com/244152074k
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Post by Kijek » Sun Mar 11, 2018 15:10

Lem's 15lb looks to me like it's built rather well but way over priced.
For me personally I will always say that the 15lb stuffer from Northern Tool is one of the best built and the price is below all others.
A real workhorse with "CONS" to speak of.
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Post by redzed » Sun Mar 11, 2018 16:03

Kirby Campbell is a member here, goes by Pikeman_95. You can contact him via private message or by email kirby_campbell@yahoo.com
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Post by Knifeman » Sun Mar 11, 2018 18:45

Again Thanks for the information and links fellas !

That meat mixer is quite ingenious !
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Post by Devo » Sun Mar 11, 2018 18:50

Knifeman wrote:Again Thanks for the information and links fellas !

That meat mixer is quite ingenious !
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LOL yup it sure is. When he first made them he made the cutting blades out of stainless steel but his wife freaked out saying if some kid accidently turned on the drill some bad things could happen real fast so he now makes them out of plastic which works just as good. :)
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Post by Devo » Sun Mar 11, 2018 19:57

Another little interesting fact about Kirby some might not know LOL is how he got his handle he uses on many forums. ( Pikeman_95) He skin dives for Pike and uses a spear gun to catch them. He is a very interesting man LOL

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Post by Kijek » Sun Mar 11, 2018 21:08

Cool I like that guy.
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Post by Knifeman » Tue Mar 13, 2018 01:05

There these that a local food equipment supplier has sent me. Looks to me like it's just like the Nothern Tool one .The 15 pound one is $520.00 Canadian ,Yikes ! Have to do the math on the Northern Tool one as its USA funds and then there's shipping etc.

http://www.omcan.com/sausagestuffers/sa ... nomy2.html

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Post by Kijek » Tue Mar 13, 2018 16:02

That looks just like the 15 lb stuffer from Northern Tool and at $239 US that's a really good price here in the US.
If my calculations are correct that's $308 in CA dollars.
Now I don't know if that good or bad, high or low for you all in Canada

I will add, that I will help any member here obtain any product from the US within reason, and ship it to you to help you save money, if it does.

The only think we need to consider is shipping, right?
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Post by Devo » Tue Mar 13, 2018 19:31

Kijek wrote:That looks just like the 15 lb stuffer from Northern Tool and at $239 US that's a really good price here in the US.
If my calculations are correct that's $308 in CA dollars.
Now I don't know if that good or bad, high or low for you all in Canada

I will add, that I will help any member here obtain any product from the US within reason, and ship it to you to help you save money, if it does.

The only think we need to consider is shipping, right?
A lot of times we lose on shipping cost to Canada and also the border Gestapo Duty freaks. Free trade bullshit.
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Post by Kijek » Tue Mar 13, 2018 21:59

I understand, I never ship to Canada so I don't know any of this. But the offer still stands just in case you find a deal.
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Post by garth » Wed Mar 14, 2018 20:13

Checkout Halfords in Edmonton https://www.halfordsmailorder.com/sausa ... af39624cbc

They have 6 sizes in the SV series starting with SV3 Model - SV3; Capacity - 7 pounds; Weight - 25 pounds; Dimensions - 12" x 13" x 22.5" Full stainless steel construction in accordance with international hygiene standards. Includes 4 sizes of stuffing tubes (16, 22, 32 and 38 mm).
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Post by Knifeman » Thu Mar 15, 2018 19:35

Kijek

Does the model #1374 in this link to Omcan seem identical to yours from Northern Tool ?

Does your Notrhern Tool model have a thumb screw to hold the crank handle on ? If so does it hold it securely ?

Thanks Knifeman

http://www.omcan.com/sausagestuffers/sa ... nomy2.html
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Post by Knifeman » Thu Mar 15, 2018 19:36

garth wrote:Checkout Halfords in Edmonton https://www.halfordsmailorder.com/sausa ... af39624cbc

They have 6 sizes in the SV series starting with SV3 Model - SV3; Capacity - 7 pounds; Weight - 25 pounds; Dimensions - 12" x 13" x 22.5" Full stainless steel construction in accordance with international hygiene standards. Includes 4 sizes of stuffing tubes (16, 22, 32 and 38 mm).
Thanks will do ! Comparing different models
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