Take A Survey, A New Set and Meatgistics University Meat Processing Equipment
Weekly Blog Post - Take A Survey, A New Set and Meatgistics University Meat Processing Equipment
Find out what's going on at Walton's and Meatgistics this week. We will have a loose schedule for soon to be released videos, what we are working on long-term and maybe a few quick tips and tricks that are on our mind!
What Videos are being released soon?
Meatgistics University - Meat Processing Equipment 203: Mixer Maintenance - We show you how to breakdown, clean and reassemble the Weston 20 and 44 lb meat mixers.
Meatgistics University - Meat Processing Equipment 204: Bag & Casing Clipper We are discussing the Walton’s Bag & Casing Clipper
What Projects are we looking ahead at?
We have a new set that we will hopefully be introducing next week. This set will allow us more versatility and the ability to show more than just one or two people sitting at a table!
What’s on our Mind?
We are upgrading waltonsinc.com this year, we’d like you to take a few minutes and take this survey to let us know what you would like to see changed, improved or removed on the new site! Click HERE to give us your input on what we can do better!
Noteworthy Recent Posts
There are 3 very recent posts that I’d recommend you check out;
@deplorablenc1 Shows off his recipe and the results for his Pickled Venison Heart
@Joe-Hell Shows off and talks about his Gigawatt! Snack Sticks
@gerry-johnson Made some Moose Bacon, Bologna, and Summer Sausage that looks amazing! Hopefully, he will share a little more of his process with us all?!
Our little community continues to grow at a steady rate. In the past 7 days we have had;
120 New users
61 New Posts
12 New Topics
@raider2119 I have found both assembly and disassembly as well as cleaning to be cumbersome on mine. I haven’t used it much because of that.
@Jonathon I have not tried WD-40 yet, the brass piece on the knob end seems to move freely, and seems to have full range of travel… just not far enough to allow the mixer paddle to slip free… There is no rust, in fact, this appears to be brand new… don’t even see any scratches on the plastic lid…
I have removed the handle / crank, but the brass piece on that side is still in the mixer… It appears this inserts from the inside, and to remove it the paddle must be removed first… am I somehow wrong about this?
If weston or anyone else ever makes a slider press that hooks up to the stuffers or grinders you can be sure we will sell them!