How to Build A Flour Mill
Build your own flour mill to grind flour, maize, wheat or even cassava is a good project for a beginner crafter. These grain can be found around the house, the workshop or at a landfill. Our flour mill has no mechanical parts, so it can be used by just about anyone. Once ground, there are lots of different materials that can be made with the resulting flour.
Build a flour mill, whether manual or electric, is not difficult and will give you the opportunity to grind wheat or other whole grains for your family's bread. Flour mills, or grain grinders, come in various sizes and can handle between 1 and 4 cups of grain at a time. A manual flour mill is good for those who do not need to process large quantities of flour at a time. An electric flour mill is wonderful if you plan to make whole wheat or other whole-grain breads on a regular basis.
Our whole grains flour mill is used to grind into flour. Wheat grains are first dried then placed in the mill to make the flour. Besides, we also provide corn and soybeans can also be processed in the mill to make cornmeal or soybean flour. Build your own flour mill is a simple project and takes less than an hour to complete. Our flour mill will process a half-pound of wheat in four minutes.