Simac Il Gelataio Super Ice Cream Maker Bowl Release Lever

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Simac Il Gelataio Super Ice Cream Maker Bowl Release Lever by jag Dec 19, 2010
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A while ago, the lever on my ice cream maker broke. Unfortunately, it was not a part that was available anymore. So, I designed a replacement and machined it out of aluminum. The part is mostly right. I think I had to file out the hole a bit to get the flats of the shaft to fit through. The angle is also off by a tiny bit but it works great!

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what a PIA just trying to make a a comment on this machine! damn near have to give blood. oh well, the reason I wanted to write about this is because when I picked up the machine (free at a yard sale) the handle was never there. so after researching I found this site and this information. Rather than take the time, money and effort necessary to reproduce said handle, I just used a small adjustable wrench and it worked perfectly. Only took a year before I actually realized that the handle was missing, that there even supposed to be a handle but all is well now.

Brilliant! Same thing happened to our machine. Would you be willing to help us find a shop to manufacture it in the palm springs area or Los Angles?