The mill is in.

  1. jordhandson Member

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    I would be tempted to put large aluminium commercial baking tray under your mill then you could fit a tap in the bottom with a bit of pipe into a container to save you having to mess about moving the mill to clean it out.

    I use them for spills a lot and can be picked up on fleebay for less than a ten and occasionally in charity shops for no money

     
  2. 123hotchef Member

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  3. jordhandson Member

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    Good point :thumbup: wont take you a lot to fold one I would still have the drain in the bottom though.
     
  4. 123hotchef Member

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    I was thinking about cutting the corners out folding the side flat and practising my tig skills on them might take a while but good practice
     
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    Find someone with a dcent folder, 10 minute job to do the folds
     
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  6. 123hotchef Member

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    the trays i have are already folded didnt cost a penny! cutting and welding them will
     
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