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  • Stomper
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    Sausage stuffer

    There seems to be lots of BBQ projects on here, I was wondering if any one has built a sausage stuffer or have any ideas on how to biuld one. I was thinking about an air operated one with an air cylender. Does any one have any input as to if it would work.
    Last edited by Stomper; 09-07-2010, 07:29 PM.

  • Stomper
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    Originally posted by gundlrak View Post


    Anyone have the plans to build the water sausage stuffer, Thanks Gary.
    No plans but try here as was previosly mentioned in this thread. It gives you the general idea, just modify to your liking.

    http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=76875

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  • gundlrak
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    gundlr

    Originally posted by Stomper View Post
    They would move it a bit fast. I have the exact one on my tubing bender. It would make it a **** heavy unit though.
    Anyone have the plans to build the water sausage stuffer, Thanks Gary.

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  • Stomper
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    Originally posted by welderdude402 View Post
    sorry i dont have a picture of it. it is down at my dads place...and i dont know when i will get there next.
    yeah, we dont mess around lol. we have walk in cooler/freezer thats about 6x10x10 that we can hang about 6 deer in or three elk or cows in and a complete butcher room with all the fixins. nice meat grinder that does i think 500 lbs/hour. you can put entire chicken quarters down the throat of that thing and it doesnt even change the sound of the motor.
    sorry to start going on about the stuff we have for butchering. anyway, whenever i am down there again, i will try to remember to get a picture of it....which should be fairly soon..bow season is already 9 days in and i gotta get my ol' monster out of the case and get some monsters hangin in the cooler lol.
    Good luck with the hunt. It's moose season here but I'm way too busy to go. Thats ok though I still have half of my freezer full of last years moose. Hoping to get home for archery deer soon.

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  • welderdude402
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    sorry i dont have a picture of it. it is down at my dads place...and i dont know when i will get there next.
    yeah, we dont mess around lol. we have walk in cooler/freezer thats about 6x10x10 that we can hang about 6 deer in or three elk or cows in and a complete butcher room with all the fixins. nice meat grinder that does i think 500 lbs/hour. you can put entire chicken quarters down the throat of that thing and it doesnt even change the sound of the motor.
    sorry to start going on about the stuff we have for butchering. anyway, whenever i am down there again, i will try to remember to get a picture of it....which should be fairly soon..bow season is already 9 days in and i gotta get my ol' monster out of the case and get some monsters hangin in the cooler lol.

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  • Stomper
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    Wow that works prety slick. Thanks for the link.

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  • acourtjester
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    h2o sausage stuffer

    try this site for a stuffer using water
    http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=76875

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  • Stomper
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    Originally posted by Broccoli1 View Post
    Would something like this work?

    Dunno how fast they move the ram

    http://www.harborfreight.com/8-ton-l...ack-94562.html
    They would move it a bit fast. I have the exact one on my tubing bender. It would make it a **** heavy unit though.

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  • Broccoli1
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    Would something like this work?

    Dunno how fast they move the ram

    http://www.harborfreight.com/8-ton-l...ack-94562.html

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  • Stomper
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    The more I think about the trailer jack the more I like it. It's simple and effective. I will use it. Thanks for the help. guys I learned alot with your ideas.

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  • Stomper
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    Originally posted by welderdude402 View Post
    every year for deer season my family generally gets around 12 deer, and we do all the processing ourselves. when we make summer sausage we genrally have over 300 lbs of meat to mix and stuff. then we have to smoke and cure it. but that doesnt take much, we have a 10x10 garden shed we made into a smokehouse and takes about 6-8 hours to smoke all of it at once.

    a few years back my brother built a stuffer out of 8 inch cylinder casing. basically the stuffer is about 14 inches long with a tapped 2 inch hole on the bottom plate. we use pvc fittings for it, and have an 1 1/2" tube and a 3/4" tube. one for summer sausage and one for polish rings. but the frame for it is made out of 1" square tubing. the pusher is made out of a 3K pound trailer jack with an 8" dia. plate welded on the bottom of the jack. we use pieces of old t shirts for a gasket type thing between the meat and the pressure plate.

    the only thing left is to either build or buy a mixer, which i plan on makin out of all stainless with aluminum bronze bushings so they dont ever wear out.( in my lifetime anyway)

    i really wish i had a pic of it because that would help alot with the explanation of what he did for it, but i do not currently have one. if you have a question or something let me know and i will try to elaborate on it a little more.
    The trailer jack idea is a prety ingenious idea if the right one was used. I may have to rethink my plans AGAIN
    If you could get a picture that would be great. 300# of meat, WOW you guys don't screw around

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  • welderdude402
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    little more work than air, but still works great

    every year for deer season my family generally gets around 12 deer, and we do all the processing ourselves. when we make summer sausage we genrally have over 300 lbs of meat to mix and stuff. then we have to smoke and cure it. but that doesnt take much, we have a 10x10 garden shed we made into a smokehouse and takes about 6-8 hours to smoke all of it at once.

    a few years back my brother built a stuffer out of 8 inch cylinder casing. basically the stuffer is about 14 inches long with a tapped 2 inch hole on the bottom plate. we use pvc fittings for it, and have an 1 1/2" tube and a 3/4" tube. one for summer sausage and one for polish rings. but the frame for it is made out of 1" square tubing. the pusher is made out of a 3K pound trailer jack with an 8" dia. plate welded on the bottom of the jack. we use pieces of old t shirts for a gasket type thing between the meat and the pressure plate.

    the only thing left is to either build or buy a mixer, which i plan on makin out of all stainless with aluminum bronze bushings so they dont ever wear out.( in my lifetime anyway)

    i really wish i had a pic of it because that would help alot with the explanation of what he did for it, but i do not currently have one. if you have a question or something let me know and i will try to elaborate on it a little more.
    Last edited by welderdude402; 09-12-2010, 06:06 PM. Reason: addition of some details

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  • Stomper
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    I was talking to a guy on another site and he suggested setting the air pressure just enough to push the sausage mixture and restict the exhaust instead of the supply to give a smooth steady flow. Makes better scence to me.

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  • Stomper
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    Cool, thanks for the info. When you put it like that it will be alot of sausage. When I make sausage, deer, moose or elk, I usualy make a 5 gallon pail 3/4 full of the stuff. the biggest part of it, is stuffing it, so if this works it will take alot of the work out of it. The other idea that I had was to just make it a screw type operated stuffer, but thats not that cool. I want to p*mp it out a bit. Stream lining it would be a good idea. Thanks again for the info.

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  • Burnt hands
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    sausage stuffer

    Stomper,

    I have seen sausage stuffers in sporting goods catalogs.
    Some use a ram and linkage like an oversized garlic press and others use a gear drive mechanism to provide the force.

    I am no expert but I did a quick calculation of the area of your 6" IPS sch 10 pipe and compared it to theoretical 1", 1.5", 2" ID sausage.

    6" IPS sch 10 pipe is 6.357" ID.
    Area of pipe ID is 31.73 sq in.

    1" sausage is .785 sq in

    1.5" sausage is 1.76 sq in.

    2" sausage is 3.14 sq in.


    Comparing equivalent volumes,

    1" of travel of your 6" IPS ram will give you:

    40.4" of 1" sausage

    17.9" of 1.5" sausage

    10.1" of 2" sausage.

    Get lots of casings!


    This is simply a calculation based on volumes.

    Greatly simplified, your stuffer is a large version of a caulking gun, but I have no idea of the pressures involved as this is most likely a topic for fluid mechanic experts.

    I would consider how to streamline the flow path to minimize drag on the sausage mixture.

    Maybe a cone shaped end for the ram and the cylinder like the toothpaste tube.

    Good luck - please post photos as well as your recipe.

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