I made a sieve from brass mesh and a plastic bowl with flared sides. Because the sides are flared, it sits into the top of any bucket. The area of sieve is larger than that of the Talisman. I would love another. but our pottery suppliers no longer stock the squares of 100# stainless mesh,
I sharpened up one of my turning tools to a point. Using the widest sliders, I put the bowl in my Giffen grip and peeled a groove where the side of the bowl curved around to the base. When it got thin enough, it was easy to cut with an exacto knife. I used a soldering iron to join the mesh to the plastic. Just spots on opposite sides at first, then all the way around. The soldering iron softens the plastic and the wires of the mesh get embedded in it. This needs to be done outdoors, because the fumes are noxious.