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Topic: PVC Sausage stuffer
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Bob the butcher

12-11-2003 20:51:28
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Need help finding plans for a stuffer operating on water or air pressure. thanks-bob

bowman1969

02-29-2008 08:49:46
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go to dakotahstuffer.com

jim timmermann

10-07-2006 18:15:49
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bob,

i was wondering if you ever found any plans for a pvc stuffer and if you did if you would share them?

Tim LeBlanc

10-21-2004 08:34:21
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I just made a sausage stuffer out of 10 inch stainless pipe. It should hold at least 55 lbs at a time and is air operated. I got the idea from the old E-Z Pack water stuffers. (Go to Zuber Inc. website and look at the 100 lb stuffer for the drawings)Instead of water, I use air to drive the piston from the bottom upward. Cap the bottom of your pipe and on the top lid, place a 1" ball valve to control output. Hardest part is finding a seamless pipe that i.d size is true in diameter. The piston I had made from teflon. You could make a smaller one with CPVC but fittings are expensive when you get into big pipe sizes.

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