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Enterprise Two Quart Sausage Press (rack & pinion operated)

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    Posted 2 years ago

    hotairfan
    (229 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, 11 months 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, 11 months ago
      thanks for the input yougottahavestuff….

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