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looking for peppermill instructions

Hello, about to turn my first Peppermill and I was looking for some good instructions or videos anyone would know about.
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Hello, about to turn my first Peppermill and I was looking for some good instructions or videos anyone would know about.
Lots of videos on YouTube.

Instructions may be specific to your kit, so let us know which kit you are using.
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Hello, about to turn my first Peppermill and I was looking for some good instructions or videos anyone would know about.
Do a search of pepper mills on this forum and you will find lots of ideas and instructions.
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Got the 12" kit from woodcrafter. On-line instructions are terrible I think
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Mike ( firehawkmph )has a great one he will send you in a email

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Great thx!
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Mike ( firehawkmph )has a great one he will send you in a email
Packer34 does not have enough posts to send Mike a PM on the forum.

If you searched you would see earlier threads like this one to see how to contact Mike.

http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f6/tu...uestion-44475/
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PSI has directions with their pepper mills.
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Do they have a site?
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Do they have a site?
Yes, search for Penn State Industries
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Look at OldWoodenPost.com I was going to buy there but they were out, but the instructions on the peppermill page are pdf so I downloaded those. Instructions for both the shafted and crush-grind.
Haven't tried'em yet tho.
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and I like gnarly wood--outcome is always better than the start.
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I have Mike's tutorial on a PDF. I would be more than willing to email it to you and I'm sure that Mike wouldn't mind. After all, that's why he made the tutorial. What is your email address?

There is a very fine line between a "hobby" and a "mental illness"
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No oldwoodenpost.com
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