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Old 06-13-2019, 02:16 PM   #16
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Wow. Thanks for the video Jason. I never would have believed the speed without seeing it. I see, too, that you have a plastic tube and it looks like the end is rounded to some extent. I have stainless tubes and the ends are much sharper. I'm going to try profiling them to add a little radius; fortunately I have a lathe so that will be pretty easy.
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Old 06-13-2019, 02:26 PM   #17
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I use 3/16 die for hamburg. If you want it to be closer to what you buy in store run it through twice. 5/16 is to big for one time through.
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Old 06-13-2019, 02:53 PM   #18
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Wow. Thanks for the video Jason. I never would have believed the speed without seeing it. I see, too, that you have a plastic tube and it looks like the end is rounded to some extent. I have stainless tubes and the ends are much sharper. I'm going to try profiling them to add a little radius; fortunately I have a lathe so that will be pretty easy.
And it's not a silver bullet, but seems to help. I had the stainless tubes on my grinder when I used that to stuff and it did seem to help too. Not sure if they were rounded at all. I've also used some pam or cooking spray and that works ok.

My casings are still sitting in water too right before I put them on the tube.
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And it's not a silver bullet, but seems to help. I had the stainless tubes on my grinder when I used that to stuff and it did seem to help too. Not sure if they were rounded at all. I've also used some pam or cooking spray and that works ok.

My casings are still sitting in water too right before I put them on the tube.
I spray the tube and the inside of the stuffer with a food grade silicone spray. Makes everything go much smoother. I also like to leave a little water in the casing, as I am putting it on the tube. The bringing the meat out to the end of the tube is to remove as much air as possible.
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I’m disturbed by that video. And the 14 yr old boy in me is dying to make some off color comments.

But I’m above that kind of sophomoric display......very slightly.
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