Hobart N50 pastry knife ... who wants one?
I've been looking at my pastry knife and I think it's time I made some. The original ones appear to be tin coated steel. I'm looking at making some from stainless, hopefully they'll be strong enough. I have no idea how much they'll cost, that depends on how many I make. Any takers? I won't bother if there's no call for them
I'm also looking at fitting Kenwood attachments to the #10 hub, they look better made than the new Kitchenaid offerings and are dirt cheap second hand. There's oddly some interest in fitting KA toys to Kenwoods too. This one's for me, but if anyone feels they can't live without Kenwood toys, let me know.
Thirdly I'm in the middle of converting the Kenwood sieve to fit the Hobart Kitchenaid bowl. The sieve plates have two sides and do so much more than that little cone shaped KA attachment, well they look more fun at least. They're like the old kitchenaid bowl sieve, but with a metal blade not the wooden block, though the older ones were wooden. Metal because one side has a very rough surface for fibers and seeds.
So if anyone is interested, let me know, if nothing else it might be entertaining. I don't even know if this is the correct forum. I might even start a hacking blog yet. I'm mainly doing it for my own gratification, but if there's an interest, so much the better. I wonder what else there is to mess with?