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Screw Press Style Extruder?

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I was watching a video the other day where the artist had a small tabletop extruder that used a heavy screw press rather than a lever mechanism that you have to mount into bedrock. Does anyone know of any products on the market that are like that? My research has failed to turn up anything.

 

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I would not call that a small tabletop extruder, it looks pretty industrial.

I haven't stumbled upon anything like it in the market, except for the little fiddly things that are sold on Amazon and Wish for extruding sugar paste and Fimo clay.

I just bought a level-type extruder. I find it quite easy to use - it's mounted on a wooden support beam - no trouble.

/Sofus

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kraythe, the video is of a worker in an industrial factory, not a private studio.   the machinery you saw is not just a common extruder but an industrial machine made by an expert in heavy machinery.  is is not available for you to buy.

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That's probably a custom made extruder, and it's much better for extruding those small coils than a typical wall mount would be. However it would not be good for extruding much else. For one, it's terribly slow. If I were to do something like that which requires a lot of force to move clay through a tiny hole, I'd modify a car jack. It would be a lot less effort than turning that screw. Notice how much force it takes for him to turn it.

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