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Peter Pugger Ball Mill Jars

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Mark C.    1,807

They make good stuff but I doubt they actually make these jars.I think they must just sell them.

Mark

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Mark C.    1,807

I would call or e-mail them (Peter Pugger in Ukiah Ca.) and ask for a list of dealers-Clay -king-com is one

I know the factory sometimes  has a few refurbished machines maybe a few jars  if you ask?

I live 3 hours away from them one way.

Mark

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Marcia Selsor    1,301

I saw some Norton ball Mill jars on sale at LabX years ago. You just need to browse around.

Peter Pugger is a good manufacturer but I didn't know they made ball Mill jars. Norton was one of the early manufacturers of Ball Mill jars.

Marcia

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docweathers    79

I have built myself a tumbler rack  for my potter's wheel very similar to the one that Shimpo makes. The most critical difference between mine and there is mine cost about a $1.5 and there's lists at $480.  I'm looking for a cheap 5 L milling Jar to fit it.

 

I will give the Peter Pugger company a call on Monday to see what they have.

 

Thanks for the input.

 

Larry

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Marcia Selsor    1,301

Saw some ball mill pebbles and jars on Ebay. Not bad prices. $19 for 10 pounds of pebbles.

And a larger jar for $169 smaller $149. They also went up in prices depending on the source.

Marcia

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