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    Hi Guys..

    Sorry admin if this is in the wrong section...

    We have a Mincer (the largest size) we mince up chicken frames, roo and basically whatever
    we have at the time we chuck in the mincer for the dogs.
    Just wanted to ask you guys if you knew what we could hook up to it to make it automatic.
    I mean, yes we just turn the handle, but after doing like 5 Entire roos we are buggered.
    We were told to hook a cordless drill up to it but the husband said it would go to quick and burn the bearing out in it..
    Then we were told the motor off a cement mixer as it goes slow...?

    Would love to know what ideas you guys would have that would make life easier..
    Heres a picture of the same one we have...


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    i have used a drill. As long as you have a variable speed drill that can run slow it shouldn't be a problem.

    have also used rotisserie motor that did the trick
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    Thanks ven for your reply..
    Hmmm will have to look into that..

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    An old clothes dryer motor might work to. Anything that spins to fast just needs the spinning part to be bigger, like a large pulley from a vehicle or similar....the back of a dryer barrel might be removeable. Somthing like that might be able to fit in a drill too. 2 large circles, pulleys, cogs etc...will spin alot slower than a big one and a small one.

    Trial and error till you find the right size might be a bit frustrating.....you'll need a motor that has enough power to get through the meat. I'd be looking for somthing big to put in the drill as it'll have the power.


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