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This Antique Copper Housing Coffee Grinder Mechanism kit will make a great gift for any coffee lover. Build a one of a kind antique-style working coffee grinder using one these attractive Antique Copper mechanism. Simply build a box with a drawer. Drill a hole to accommodate the grinder mechanism. Plans are included. Includes knob on handle and is 3"x3"x5" high. This is a ceramic grinder
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Added April 2, 2019 by Dusty
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"Have bought several of these plus the big brother side crank. With so many types of wood to choose from, the possibilities are endless. Turn the wood as you wish. Part off the bottom. Drill holes in top for grinder. Reverse chuck to hollow out. The different the better. Selling for $75-$80 depending on the wood."
"I made one to see how it looked and performed. It was great. I now have orders for 3 more. I modified the base dimensions to allow the placement of a shallow plastic bowl. The grounds can then be caught in the cup for storage. I will be supplying these cups to my customers along with the coffee grinder."
"I've made several of these in both box and turned on lathe, and am very pleased. I have given several as gifts and kept one for myself that I have used every day for the last 4 months with no issues. I know that another is almost as much with no issues either. Bottom line is I love them and will be making more. No idea how they will do at shows, but maybe later in the year we will find out."
"This is my first time using the kit, and I love the results. I looked at other pics and reviews and found great inspiration. I turned the base on my lathe. I turned using a common 1x6x4 ft pine board. Then cut out 4 round sections (top, middle: 2 pcs glued together, bottom) I was surprised how beautiful it looked after finishing. I will definitely buy more of the coffee grinder kit!"
"Awesome kits but I have yet to try them. Just finished the first one a couple of days ago and I am working on a second and third one! I have an order for one already! I made a different base for it on my lathe and it seems to work well! I used birch and was very happy with it!"