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Enterprise Two Quart Sausage Press (rack & pinion operated)

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    Posted 3 years ago

    hotairfan
    (246 items)

    This is a neat little sausage or wine press that has the neatest way to operate the pressure plate. I have heard of this type of press, but, I never saw one until I acquired this one. Most sausage press have a geared handle that turns a screw to press the pressure plate on to the meat. This Enterprise Two Quart model uses a spiral pinion to advance the rack thus putting pressure on to the meat ( or grapes, if you are pressing to make wine).

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    1. yougottahavestuff yougottahavestuff, 1 year ago
      Nice Stuffer!!! My first post was a William G. Bell Sausage filler!! Restored it and made sausages. Look on utube for antique sausage maker and see it in action.
      Stuff
    2. hotairfan hotairfan, 1 year ago
      thanks for the input yougottahavestuff….

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