Wondering if anyone here has ever done it. I have a gear reduction motor that I've used on my grinder. I think it is slow enough to work well on my stuffer which is an F. D***(nickname for Richard) 30 lb. model. I think I would really only have to make an elevated platform for the motor to get it at the head height of the stuffer, and have a shaft machined that would attach to the square shaft of the stuffer head, which I would then couple to the motor via a flex coupler just as I do on the grinder. Any thoughts are appreciated. Sometimes it would be nice to use both hands on the sausage and not have one tied up cranking.
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12/3/09 at 1:17am