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  • poppy4238

    pepper mills

    where is the best place to buy pepper mill kits[?][?]
  • gmack5
    Veteran Member
    • Dec 2002
    • 1973
    • Quapaw, Oklahoma, USA.
    • Ryobi BT3000SX & BT3100

    #2
    Check out Rockler, here ya go!




    Stop thinking why you can't and Start thinking how you CAN!
    Remember, SUCCESS comes in CANS!
    George

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    • Whit
      Established Member
      • Apr 2003
      • 110
      • Denton, Tx, USA.
      • BT3000, BT3100

      #3
      Here is another source that I got last night on another forum. I do not know the quality but the price is much less than Rockler or Woodcraft. It may be one of the "you get what you pay for" type of deals.

      Good luck
      Whit

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      • Mort
        Established Member
        • Dec 2003
        • 311
        • Ellenton, FL - winter, USA.

        #4
        I call the "best place to buy" the cheapest and Chef Specialties is the place to go - 50% or less of Rockler, Woodcraft, Lee Valley, Craft Supplies etc. Grinding mechanism is stainless steel, great adjustment - from very coarse to very fine, kit quality is superior; Chef Specialties website states 2 to 3 weeks for delivery. I got mine in 3 days. No instructions on how to turn are included. Let me know if you want web resources on how to turn, BTW this is spindle turning.

        HTH
        Even a blind hog finds an acorn from time to time.

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        • poppy4238

          #5
          thanks mort i would to find out how to turn them

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          • Mort
            Established Member
            • Dec 2003
            • 311
            • Ellenton, FL - winter, USA.

            #6
            Here are 4 web sources. I suggest printing all four for your study and use
            Tom Hintz: http://www.newwoodworker.com/trnppml.html
            Woodturns: http://www.woodturns.com/articles/pr...peppermills/6/
            Nick Cook: http://www.nickcookwoodturner.com/ar...peppermill.pdf
            Woodcraft: http://www2.woodcraft.com/pdf/77B35.pdf
            Even a blind hog finds an acorn from time to time.

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