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    Default Need help on this Century Dough Mixer

    Hello,
    I am looking for assistance on this Century dough Mixer.
    There is no metal label on the unit.
    It wuld be nice to get the specs for weight,voltage,etc.
    Looking to sell,scrap or donate.
    Is the Century Mfg company out of business?
    Thanks
    Vinnie

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    You want all this technical assistance just so you can scrap it ?

    In case you haven't noticed, the machinery discussed here are for machine shops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    You want all this technical assistance just so you can scrap it ?

    In case you haven't noticed, the machinery discussed here are for machine shops.

    Just wanted to get specs so we can donate it.
    People will want to know voltage, capacity, weight etc.
    Wouldn’t a machine sop be interested in this piece of equipment?
    Thanks
    Vinnie

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjkajoyce View Post
    Just wanted to get specs so we can donate it.
    People will want to know voltage, capacity, weight etc.
    Wouldn’t a machine sop be interested in this piece of equipment?
    Thanks
    Vinnie
    What would a Machine Shop do with a dough mixer?
    Have you ever seen a Bridgeport in a Bakery??
    There are some people on here with some dough, yes.
    But the green kind, and they probably don't need it mixed.

    The specs are, it's FREE so let the recipient figure it out.
    I've fixed one for a local church, I suggest you check around with your local churches or
    VFW's, etc. Anyplace they have a good size kitchen and serve meals might really appreciate
    having it.

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    That would be an easy way for a machine shop to make a lot of dough.


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