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Antique Coffee Grinder Restoration

  • Published on Aug 12, 2022 veröffentlicht
  • You're not really a restoration channel until you post a coffee grinder restoration video, right? Well, here is my submission to the restoration video gods! What I thought was going to be a simple project, ended up being my most challenging yet! This simple restoration ended up using every tool and machine in my shop. Enjoy!
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Comments • 173

  • William Holmes
    William Holmes 21 day ago

    Your attention to detail is great. Keep up the great work!

  • Mark Meadows
    Mark Meadows 7 months ago +14

    Haven't seen you around in a while. Glad to see you still making these videos. The red almost looks like it belongs in a firehouse. Colorful! That is also one coarse grind. I guess some people liked their coffee ground coarse back in the day. I need mine to be extra fine ground lol!

    • marc l
      marc l 4 months ago

      👏👏belle restauration..atelier,très bien équipé 👍

    • Glaucidium
      Glaucidium 4 months ago

      The red color is in keeping with the original color when the grinder was new.

    • John Patrick Flynn
      John Patrick Flynn 7 months ago +4

      Coarse grind is good for certain coffee makers... French Press and Percolater pots for the most part...

    • BG Hoody
      BG Hoody 7 months ago

      I was thinking the same thing about the coarse grind but it helps if you have crappy filters - it means less grinds find their way into your coffee.

  • Сергей Носков
    Сергей Носков 7 months ago +4

    Шикарная работа👍.
    Мастер профессионал.

  • erzebet6977
    erzebet6977 6 months ago +2

    The sandblasting scene was *exquisite*. Most of the process on camera, especially the final bit of each piece (everyone leaves out the money shot!), AND regular sounds instead of stupid music over it. Absolute perfection. Every restorer needs to take pointers from this video.

  • Martin E
    Martin E 7 months ago +2

    That's a damn fine job, Tim! Beautiful grinder!

  • Cecil Gore
    Cecil Gore 7 months ago

    really great how it turned out, you always do such a fine job.

  • Chip Channel Restorations
    Chip Channel Restorations 7 months ago +2

    Turned out amazing!!! Great work TRG!!

  • Ray Shutsa
    Ray Shutsa 7 months ago

    Good to see you back again. The cofee grinder is a magnificent restoration. Always enjoy your channel and content. ❤🇨🇦

  • MoonwolfeConsulting
    MoonwolfeConsulting 7 months ago +3

    Perfect grinder for good old fashioned coffee. Exactly the way I love it! Kudos on an awesome job❤

  • Алтан Цэцэг
    Алтан Цэцэг 6 months ago +1

    Люди пишут о грубом помоле на такой кофемолке. И сразу приходят мысли. А раньше люди как предпочитали и было ли возможно молоть тоньше? И значит каким образом варили и каков изначальный вкус? Тысячи вопросов, эмоций. Ещё и красота такая. Человек приходил на кухню, брал в руки красивую утварь, готовил любимые блюда и наслаждался каждой минутой процесса. Это так приятно осознавать. Сразу захотелось поинтересоваться историей создания кофемолки, посмотреть на другие экземпляры. Спасибо создателям интернета и компьютера. Спасибо вам за украшение нашего досуга и прекрасные впечатления. )

  • Shed Man X
    Shed Man X 7 months ago +1

    Magnificent restoration mate. Loved every minute of the video.

  • Nineteen AndFortyOne
    Nineteen AndFortyOne 7 months ago +1

    Well done! It's always a good thing when a decoration can be a useful appliance!

  • Pérsio Boni
    Pérsio Boni 7 months ago +2

    Excelente muito bom !

  • Lili Fox
    Lili Fox 4 months ago +1

    Awesome restoration!! I want one of those old coffee grinders!

  • 19 MidKnightSilver 21
    19 MidKnightSilver 21 7 months ago +1

    Your videos are awesome! Makes me want to go get a sand blaster and paint rig. So glad to see ya back!

  • Red Line Ltd.
    Red Line Ltd. 7 months ago +1

    Beautiful job of restoration!

  • Jane Lloyd
    Jane Lloyd 5 months ago +1

    What a lovely piece of kitchen equipment, even just to have on show. Amazing restoration

  • Денис Холкин
    Денис Холкин 6 months ago +3

    Какую красивую старинную кофемолку вы отреставрировали, такая вещь, всегда пригодится на кухне. Спасибо 🙏 вам огромное, за ваш благородный труд. 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

  • Вадим Кузнецов

    Молодец ретромастер!-, отличная получилась работа!-, такой конструкции кофемолки я ещё не видел!-, здоровья тебе и удачи во всём, новых творческих успехов и хорошего настроения 👍👍👍🤓🛠️⚙️🔩🔗🦾🤝🇷🇺👈!!!

  • Dolphin Lover
    Dolphin Lover 7 months ago +13

    Well, if anyone had said to me back in 2020 that I'd really enjoy watching other people sandblasting, repairing and repainting antique kitchen equipment, I would have replied "no way" 👎
    So, things change...🤣

  • Vince Ianni
    Vince Ianni 7 months ago +1

    Beautiful restoration TRG beautifully restored good job well comeback

  • L.s. Rivers
    L.s. Rivers 3 months ago +1

    Beautifully done ✔️

  • Geo2cv 6troN
    Geo2cv 6troN 7 months ago

    The before / after is really impressive 👍

  • Jose Luiz Mariote
    Jose Luiz Mariote 7 months ago +1

    A beautiful restoration, congratulations.

  • Marcia
    Marcia 4 months ago +1

    Parabéns! Ficou linda sua restauração @

  • Nancy Peteja
    Nancy Peteja 7 months ago

    So therapeutic. Loved the sand blasting. The whole video is worth the watch! Amazing! 😉👍❤☕️😋

  • Larry Kelly
    Larry Kelly 7 months ago +1

    Great restoration, I would use it every day.

    ALVIN PIKES 4 months ago

    Great job man love the colors and the work that you do man keep it up hope your channel grow grow and grow Merry Christmas Happy New years

  • Andrew Grace
    Andrew Grace 6 months ago +1

    Beautiful restoration

  • Walter Cobb
    Walter Cobb 7 months ago +3

    Great skills as always just one question how long does it take to actually have to change the Sands from all the rest and Flakes and stuff how often do you got to do it

  • Bill Akins
    Bill Akins 7 months ago +1

    Outstanding restoration. I even love the coffee mug. Yayyyyy!

    SNELGRAVE101 6 months ago

    There's something so cool about these old machines with the big hand crank wheels on them apart from being very useful they also look so very awesome as a display piece

  • George Brown
    George Brown 7 months ago

    Good job you did restoring the coffee grinder to working order, and it looks much better, too. Great work.

  • Tim 57
    Tim 57 7 months ago +1

    Hey Tim
    A lot of work in this project, turned out really nice. Good to see you again.
    Take care

  • Signal Man
    Signal Man 7 months ago

    Great restoration! Great to see you posting again!

  • Gary Williamson
    Gary Williamson 7 months ago

    Awesome job brother that turned out beautiful love your work👍👍

  • Julio Cesar
    Julio Cesar 7 months ago

    Awesome dude. Great work!

  • Jessica Hardin
    Jessica Hardin 7 months ago

    Great video. Loved the restoration. Excellent coffee choice. ☕️

  • Miguel Rodrigo
    Miguel Rodrigo 7 months ago +2

    Magnífico vídeo e instructivo. También he restaurado un molinillo de café.

  • Anika Duckwall
    Anika Duckwall 2 months ago

    Awesome job! Could you explain the process with heating up pieces and putting them on oil?

  • Lyle Hopson
    Lyle Hopson 7 months ago +1

    Wow, what a difference. Beautiful

  • Graham Pickering
    Graham Pickering 7 months ago

    Awesome Restoration! Great to see you back buddy 🙂👍

  • Bob Miller
    Bob Miller 7 months ago

    Well done and a pleasure to watch

  • richard hare
    richard hare 6 months ago

    I love the new box it makes me wonder if someone knows how to cast something like that. I have some questions where is it from and how old is it I have seen most of other peoples restoration of coffee grinders but this one is the coolest looking one

  • Michael Sylvester
    Michael Sylvester 7 months ago

    That sure is the best cup of coffee
    I have seen,
    Way to go!!

  • Tom Barlow
    Tom Barlow 7 months ago

    What a beautiful restoration

  • Smooth Restoration
    Smooth Restoration 7 months ago +1

    Nice restoration , colleague. Keep going to recording videos and keep growing your channel . Perfect content and all . Support 👍🔥💪

  • Rossana Mylene Cáceres Guerovich

    Precioso moledor de café, y maravillosas manos. 😊😊😊

  • Bored Engineer
    Bored Engineer 7 months ago

    The red finish looks excellent!

  • Janet A
    Janet A 2 months ago

    Very glad you're back! Love your videos and will check out your new channel.

    MRMETZGAR1962 3 months ago

    That was a great deal of irk for a cup of coffee. Good job, excellent workmenship.

  • yeagerxp
    yeagerxp 7 months ago +1

    Excellent restoration 👍👍👍Thank you for sharing. Be safe🇨🇦

  • oneshot_me
    oneshot_me 7 months ago +1

    I like that!! Excellent job restoring it it looks brand new again!! And you did a masterful job of restoring it as well!!! Can it be adjust to grind it finer??
    Enjoyed your video and I gave it a Thumbs Up

  • Restoration Australia
    Restoration Australia 7 months ago

    Look solid, well done.👍

  • James Craig
    James Craig 19 days ago

    It will go on working for another 50years spot on job Bro.👍

  • Jeanette Burton
    Jeanette Burton 7 months ago

    Excellent job. You brought that baby right back to life.

  • William Brown
    William Brown 7 months ago

    I know you've done coffee grinders before, but have you done this style before. It looks sooo familiar

  • Linda Stepp
    Linda Stepp 7 months ago +1

    Very interesting - it is good to see you post again on Clip-Share !

  • car restore
    car restore 7 months ago

    beautiful restoration

  • GT Racer347
    GT Racer347 7 months ago

    Now that's cool right there! Wow 😍 💯 👌

  • Keith Gutshall
    Keith Gutshall 5 months ago

    I think there is supposed to be a spring on the crank side to keep tension on the grinding discs and the collor is supposed to float on the shaft.

  • James Ballock
    James Ballock 7 months ago +1

    Not too bad, original drawer was tapered wider at bottom,made of wood,and had a cast iron fitted face with loop handle.

  • lescrooge
    lescrooge 7 months ago

    Great job. well done

  • Gusser
    Gusser 7 months ago

    beautiful resto from beginning to end. how was the end product?

  • Ray Wood
    Ray Wood 7 months ago

    I think the screw on the wheel with the handle can be tightened for finer grind.

  • jlovelace486
    jlovelace486 7 months ago

    It's nice to see you step away from the trucks...your last three projects were great. One question...what's the difference between hot bluing and cold bluing?

  • John Gassmann
    John Gassmann 7 months ago +1

    I just started, but I hope you reuse the wood base. Maybe fill the voids with epoxy. Fingers crossed!
    Edit: oh, well.

  • Bobby Mangano
    Bobby Mangano 7 months ago

    Nice job 👍🏻

  • SchalaZeal
    SchalaZeal 7 months ago

    First I thought, not another coffee grinder 😑 but oke... wonderful restoration. I would like the drawer more when it was made totally out of wood though.

  • Richard Armour
    Richard Armour 7 months ago

    amazing restoration! l was laughing at the "chicken
    fried" coffee grinder parts! 😅

  • Della Gilchrist
    Della Gilchrist 7 months ago

    Glad your back too, and I appreciate your sense of humor 🙃.

  • Subramanian Iyer
    Subramanian Iyer 4 months ago

    Amazing job brother. Like from India🇮🇳

  • James Field
    James Field 6 months ago

    What wire would you use for welding cast iron?

  • homeyshlitz
    homeyshlitz 7 months ago +1

    Looks great TRG. Me I would of matched the drawer front to the angles of the opening.

  • Jeff Schuler
    Jeff Schuler 5 months ago

    Welcome Back. I missed seeing the sandblaster (the YEAHHHHHHH). Good job. Does it have only one setting for coarseness, or can that be adjusted?

  • Paul JS
    Paul JS 7 months ago

    Glad to see you back Tim !

  • mikebd50
    mikebd50 7 months ago +1

    Good to see ya back! I'll have to send you a bag of Black Rifle Coffee to run through that bad boy!

  • Paulette young
    Paulette young 5 months ago

    Just beautiful

  • James Alsup
    James Alsup 7 months ago


  • Randy Bourdon
    Randy Bourdon 7 months ago

    Great restoration on the coffee grinder Tim, lets have a cuppa cuppa now!

  • Piper at the gates of Dawn

    Good to see you back!! I was checking your channel the other day to see if I had missed a video.

  • José Muñoz Ávila
    José Muñoz Ávila 6 days ago

    Una reparación de maestro

  • Pascal richard
    Pascal richard 7 months ago +2

    Très joli, une question : pourquoi sur ces engins il y a t'il toujours 2 roues ? 🤷 Merci, très agréable à regarder.

    • IkarusKommt
      IkarusKommt 7 months ago +1

      It's just a flywheel - un volant.

  • James Field
    James Field 6 months ago

    Approximately how long does one load of media last you with media blasting paint ?

  • James McKeand
    James McKeand 7 months ago

    I would guess that the broken piece on the base had an ear for a hold down screw.

  • Druforithe
    Druforithe 7 months ago

    beautiful piece

  • Paulette young
    Paulette young 5 months ago

    You got all the cool tools

  • James Field
    James Field 6 months ago

    With tgis particular type of grinder would you coat the grinding wheels with a food based oil or no?

  • david krasowski
    david krasowski 7 months ago

    great video...👍👍👍👍👍

    JESUS ON STILTS 7 months ago

    Never use cross head screws in old items. Slotted screws were better option here.

  • Pat's Trailer Topics
    Pat's Trailer Topics 7 months ago +10

    Glad to see you back. Very nice work to get this piece back up and running. I admire your patience in sharpening each tooth of the grinder plates. But you are going to redo the coffee drawer, aren't you?

  • D C
    D C 7 months ago

    Looks like someone got a lot of new toys in the shop.

  • RTC
    RTC 7 months ago

    What media do you use in the blaster?

  • Matt Dougherty
    Matt Dougherty 7 months ago

    I didn't realize K-cups were reusable. Thought they were one and done products. Some argue they're designed for single people, and not for individuals that have their own families.

  • feisdee1
    feisdee1 7 months ago

    YAAAAY! Glad you're back!

  • Steve Johnson
    Steve Johnson 7 months ago

    Good to see you back 👍

  • Haros of Styx
    Haros of Styx 13 days ago +2

    If all your subscribers donated just one dollar each, you can get some more equipment, a 4K camera, and a robust editing rig. Would be nice to see these in at least 1440p resolution. 1080p is kind of fuzzy/blurry these days. Especially for work like this. And especially on more detailed restorations.

      TRG RESTORATION  12 days ago +1

      Lol sounds good to me. I’ll share the gofundme link if you get around to starting one 😂

  • David Buning
    David Buning 7 months ago +1

    Nice to see another video from you T!! Guess the new skeleton gloves I sent you didn't fit. Bummer 😞

  • Jay Bailey
    Jay Bailey 5 months ago

    looks like all new tools in your shop right?

  • Jacob J
    Jacob J 6 months ago

    What appliance you use to bake powder coat in???