I personally cannot even afford to restore the Durston i had
(well what was left after the acid water it sat in for 3 weeks
until the government let us back into the city at which time it
was entirely ruined)
Hurricane Katrina must have been a terrible experience. It is
difficult for me to even imagine. It sounds like your Durston Mill
may be beyond repair and maybe you do not have it any more. If you
do, let me know. We still may be able to repair it for you. We have
many parts for older mills gathering dust. I fly to Phoenix on
Friday. I will give you my cell number so we can discuss next week if
this is ok for you.
Chiming in when a post appears on Orchid is very
interesting..otherwise I have not seen anything Durston has done
for Orchid-no tips on rolling mill use appear, etc.
Sara and I have posted several times over the years to answer / help
with different questions / problems. Infact, I have met many orchid
members over the years and am proud to say that we are good friends.
curious that you guys monitor the site..
We really enjoy reading orchid every day. I do not get time to read
many posts but I always read any posts relating to Rolling Mills.
Durstons have learnt a lot over the year’s just reading peoples
comments. In fact, that is the main reason we have introduced our new
low cost mills from next month. We had so many comments “I would love
to own a Durston But the price is out of reach”
Looking forward to being in Phoenix this week. Getting away form the
Durston Rolling Mills
Progress House, Hospital Hill
Waterside, Chesham, Bucks.