All the features of the MM2 with the addition of a third roller to achieve the optimal crush at a higher throughput speed. The MM3 has a gap spacing adjustment range of .065". You will need to fabricate/supply a base, hopper, and corded electric drill. Fully adjustable mill. Three six-inch steel rollers form two gaps, a preliminary fixed gap of approx .060" and a fully adjustable secondary gap.
* Three six-inch steel rollers form two gaps, a preliminary fixed gap of approx .060" and a fully adjustable secondary gap.
* Dual eccentric adjusters: 0 to .065" secondary gap - built from STAINLESS STEEL for no galling
* 8 lbs / minute min
* 3 x 6" upgraded steel rollers
* Alloy frame
* SAE 841 oil impregnated bronze bushings
* 1.5" diameter steel rollers
* 3/8" integral drive shaft w/3 flats for drill driving, 2" long outside frame
* 3/8" integral axles
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My brother and I brew often, and sometimes we brew 20 gallons. That's a lot of grain to grind. but not for this mill. It just spits it out with ease. It's a huge upgrade over our old corn mill.
For all grain brewers who use a false bottom, we want our grain cracked not ground into dust where we get a stuck sparge. I get a great crush and not as much dust with this. Just make sure the drill is tightly locked on the drive shaft.
The mill itself is solid and worth the money I spent on it._x000D__x000D_The hopper is fairly tedious to put together though, it'd be nice if they had designed something more straightforward. Not sure why they with with a completely screw-together design, especially considering the placement of the two middle screws at the bottom makes them fairly difficult to get tight without a right-angle philips screwdriver. A little time on the sheet metal brake would have made it much easier. More waste on material and would probably require a plasma cutter to cut the pattern, but much less hassle for the customer._x000D__x000D_A side note for those wanting to crack corn: the gap between the two top rollers is too small for most corn. Don't plan on using this mill for that purpose._x000D__x000D_
Its a big mill, and when I attach a heavy duty low speed drill, it can handle anything, corn included. The crush is excellent, and nothing gets by. I prefer my crush to that of any store.
Excellent quality which was easy to setup and adjust. The quality is excellent and though I have been using it for 6 months now I have no doubt it will last._x000D__x000D_Initially it did take some adjusting that was difficult to get fully worked out until running grain through and some trial and error. I imagine this is normal for first use. After getting set up on the first use I it has worked perfectly._x000D__x000D_The only reason I have Price and Value at 4 stars is the product is on the highest end of the price scale for like-category mills. It is worth the price but you wont feel like you got more than your money's worth._x000D__x000D_Con: the 3/8" integral drive shaft w/3 flats for drill driving does work with a drill but the 3 flats on the shaft are so slight you will want to be able to lock the drill down very tight. If you do not get the drill locked extremely tight it is easy to have the drill slip on the shaft and begin to round off the flats.