LEM Products 1217 30-Pound Motorized Sausage Stuffer w/4 Stuffing Tubes

LEM Products 1217 30-Pound Motorized Sausage Stuffer w/4 Stuffing Tubes

LEM Products 1217 30-Pound Motorized Sausage Stuffer w/4 Stuffing Tubes

  • The answer to one person stuffing!
  • Variable speed control with 8 speeds from slow to fast
  • Stainless steel body, base and removable cylinder
  • Includes electric foot switch and four stainless steel stuffing tubes: 1/2″, 5/8″, 1″, 1-1/4″ OD
  • Handle included; Motor is exclusive to this stuffer only

The variable speed control of the Motorized Sausage Stuffer lowers and raises the piston with 8 different speeds from slow to fast, letting you stuff at your own pace, plus the included electric foot switch allows you to stuff your sausage hands free. The sturdy stainless steel body, base and removable cylinder make filling and clean up easy. Includes four stainless steel stuffing tubes: 1/2″, 5/8″, 1″, 1-1/4″ OD. Handle included. Motor is exclusive to this stuffer only. LEM Products makes home meat processing easy! We deliver high quality meat processing equipment: meat grinders, jerky making equipment, and vacuum sealers along with the needed supplies for the hunter and home meat processor. Our products allow everyone from butchers, resta

List Price: $ 759.99

Price: $ 607.99

3 thoughts on “LEM Products 1217 30-Pound Motorized Sausage Stuffer w/4 Stuffing Tubes

  1. 45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If I could, I’d give this LEM stuffer a couple extra stars!!, June 1, 2017

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    Let me begin with stating that this is the first stand alone sausage stuffer I’ve ever used. Years ago I started out grinding and stuffing sausages using a “Kitchen Aid” with the grinder/stuffer attachment. It worked but oh my, it was a lot of work. I finally wised up and bought heavy duty grinder I would use to grind the meat and then run it through a second time to stuff the sausage. It worked o.k. for stuffing but by double grinding, the meat ended up being ground to fine. The other downside was it required two people working together to correctly stuff the casings. My stuffing partner (wife) passed away a few years ago so I just starting making sausage patties instead of links.
    I finally wised up and started reading reviews on Amazon concerning stuffers in the price range I could afford. From the reviews I read concerning this stuffer it appeared the only downside was the fact it took a fair bit of cranking to remove plunger assembly so the hopper could be refilled. All in all, it seemed just about everyone loved this stuffer so I took the plunge and bought one. “I am now a HAPPY sausage stuffer!! This stuffer did indeed make stuffing sausage so much easier and I can operate by myself, hip, hip hooray!!
    The other reviewers did a fine job describing how this stuffer performs so I won’t bother to repeat the raves here but I would like to add a couple thoughts. First, it is easy to clean this unit. When you’re taking it apart to clean it, don’t forget to remove the o-ring on the plunger in case any meat fragments got under the o-ring. It’s easy enough to do. I just carfully used a butter knife to slip under and lift the o-ring out of it’s groove. Just be careful so you don’t damage toe ring. The second suggestion I have works great but the LEM folks will probably frown on this one. In place of the crank handle, I use a cordless, variable speed DeWalt drill motor coupled with a 6 point 3/8 drive 9/16″ socket. I also adjust the drill motor so that it will slip (screwdriver setting) so it’s impossible for me to crank to hard and damage anything. It’s so easy to vary my stuffing speed with this set up and it only takes a few seconds to crank the plunger back out so I can refill the hopper.
    One other thing I did was before I ever used the stuffer, I removed the gear cover and I packed the gear housing full of food grade synthetic grease. Those metal gears will be around long after I’m dead and gone!! If the LEM folks want to void my warranty, I’m fine with that. As well as this thing is built and the material used to build it with, I don’t see much chance of it coming apart.
    Sorry for such a long review. I seldom review items I buy but in this case, I decided to share my tidbits in case anyone is interested. Y’all have a GREAT day!!!

  2. 21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent stuffer for the money., November 12, 2017
    J. S.

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    This is a very nice stuffer for the price. It is easy to take apart and clean thoroughly. It is heavy and seems very durable. The encased gears are a real benefit – I get kinda messy when I make sausage. The four holes in the bottom would be great to mount it to a board with bolts, but I just use the two clamps and attach it to my counter top. It stays put very well. The hopper holds 5 lbs of sausage so you can get most recipes done in one load. About 3 ounces of sausage is left in the tube (medium size) when the pusher hits the bottom, which is OK because I like to reward myself with a little fried sausage patty after my efforts, But if you are making very small batches that can represent a significant percentage of your recipe (this is inherent in all sausage stuffers).

    I would give it five stars except for the following two complaints: The handle attaches with an allen screw (wrench provided), but it comes loose with use and I have had the handle fall off in mid-crank a few times. I can’t seem to get it tight enough to stay on for a whole 5 lbs of sausage making. Also, it would be nice if the manufacturer would smooth the excess plastic off the ends of the tubes before shipping – if you don’t do it your casings will tear as you load them.

  3. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This Sausage Stuffer is a Real Winner, December 23, 2016
    Chuck in Oregon

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    I have had small grinder stuffers and one of the cast Iron stuffers in the past and decided they just were not getting the job done. I read an online review of several sausage stuffers and this one came in second after one that cost $2000. I used this sausage stuffer to process 50 # of summer and German sausage last weekend and it worked flawlessly! I also processed over 100# of ground Elk meat into burger bags and this was truly a dream come true. It works really well. Adding a new batch of meat to the hopper was simple.

    All of that and clean up was simple and easy. I like the new design that enclosed the gears. I can’t say enough about how excited and please I am with the LEM 5 Pound Stainless Steel Vertical Sausage Stuffer. It is a real winner.

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