I absolutely CANNOT afford an expensive rolling mill. My budget is
only $100 per month and I’ve already waited a year to window shop for
I’ll try the pasta mill if I get desperate enough, thanks for the
suggestion unless you were being sarcastic.
I married too late in life to have any hope of living to see my
grandchildren. Buying a rolling mill to pass down to granchildren is
2.5 is a lot bettern than nothing.
I don’t want plate. I want bezel and wire.
5, 6: Would you rather I swage instead for my texturing?
So which is better in your opinion if I can’t buy a GOOD mill?
Crappy mill, or no mill at all?
If you really feel that strongly about having me obtain a top quality
Durston mill, why don’t you pass one down to me rather than to your
Andrew Jonathan Fine