KitchenAid sausage stuffer

by fns720, published

KitchenAid sausage stuffer by fns720 Feb 7, 2013


I'm a happy KitchenAid user. We'll have guests for dinner. I have a meat grinder but I do not have the sausage stuffer accessory yet. The local KitchenAid dealer has out of stock. I want to make some sausage filled tenderloins for dinner.

Oh wait, I have a 3D printer!-)

These parts just plain tubes - I hope I won't violate any patent by publishing these designs.


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Printed with Cura 12.12: layer height = 0.1mm, infill = 100%, "Joris the outer edge" was turned on in expert settings (I'm not sure it was necessary since the tube wall thickness is more than 1mm).

Print tooks ~100 mins / tube. If you have to fill proper sausage I recommend the big tube.

<p>I would be a little concerned about the food safety of these parts?</p>

<p>I'd be more concerned with the contents of sausages...</p>

<p>Any one that please can convert a 3d design for me ( digitized) to work on my 3d printer please : my email [email protected]</p>

<p>"I hope I won't violate any patent by publishing these designs." probably not see http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/ahrc/script-ed/vol7-1/bradshaw.asp&lt;/p&gt;

<p>But we need to keep the an eye out for legislation taking our 'maker' rights away!</p>

<p>I'm using chasmaker's belt tensioner: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:17058&lt;/p&gt;

Ultimaker Belt Tension Clips

<p>wow those prints are REALLY smooth. im trying to get my ultimaker at that quality but the belts wont get tight enough for me!</p>