You will need
  • - the electric motor;
  • - an electric drill;
  • - emery;
  • - chisel;
  • - the hopper;
  • - handle;
  • - fasteners;
  • Board;
  • - bench;
  • bucket;
  • - capacity for flour.
Disassemble the motor: the starter, leave unchanged, but the rotor needs work. Drill the rotor holes on an inclined line (for drilling use a drill with a diameter of 10 mm). The distance between the holes should be 1 to 1.5 inches.
Drilled holes connect the grooves, the width of which shall be 7 mm, and the depth is 3.5 mm. To connect use cut-off wheel.
Please note that in the finished product, the depth of the grooves should not exceed one and a half to two inches. Carefully remove the bevel from the top, using sandpaper.
Install the rotor in the starter, and then in caps starter drill (and chisel to cut), intended for filling of grain and output of processed products. To make it easier to fill the grain, clip on the lid of the rotor feed hopper. Please note: the size of the hopper depends on the size of the motor.
Attach the handle to the motor shaft, using the pin, bolt or the nut. Then gathered with his own hands the mill screw to the Board and Board - to the bench, in which cut a hole under the gutter that displays the finished product. Under the bench, place the inverted bucket, and his capacity for flour.
Be sure to test the assembled with his own hands the mill! To perform the grinding of grain, you need a pen mill to move back and forth (180 degrees) or make five turns clockwise and three counterclockwise.