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Offline FiftyWeight

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We're a small company in the North West and we are bringing to market an affordable, multi-function artisan level dough sheeter and fondant processor that also accepts cutter dies. The prices will range, tentatively, from 350.00 to around 625.00. Unlike other sheeters, it's very fast at producing pizza skins when equipped with a dedicated motor option. Our unit is 18" wide, and has a wide enough roller opening to also make puff pastry like croissants. It can be powered by your stand mixer, or cranked by hand. They are fully reversible when cranked by hand or used with a dedicated motor kit. We have many accessories in design currently. Our units are very attractive as you will see in the video.

We need to sell a batch to get prices down on parts if we are to maintain the 350.00 dollar price on our entry level unit.

Please see our video. And feel free to ask any questions. BUT PLEASE leave an email address using the button for that found on that page. You will NOT be obligated to buy.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/doughfinis-artisan-dough-processor/coming_soon

Thanks,

Jay and Ross,
Wholly Sheet! Baking Innovations
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Cool!
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Offline FiftyWeight

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Thanks so much. Anything you can do to help us to bring people to know about it would be really appreciated!

J.

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Jay and Ross,

I love your Wholly Sheet name :-D. I wish you the best with your venture.

Peter

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Cool product, I'm definitely interested in this. And I like the name too!  :)

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Wow, time to make some room in my garage - please be sure to keep us in the loop here so I can back this project as soon as possible - my mind is blown!!!!!!
Norm
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Here's a direct link to the video. I think it looks cool, neat idea using your KitchenAid mixer to run it!


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Nice.  Are they in stock now?

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interesting

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Wonder what happened with this....
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Offline ChiPizzaguy

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Wonder what happened with this....

Yeah I remember seeing this, interested in some 3rd party reviews.

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Wonder what happened with this....
I agree, it looked pretty spiffy for our non commercial usage. 

Looking a little closer at the video, I saw a lot of unprotected pinch points (finger crush areas) in the gears; and it is loaded with non NSF rated materials.  I wouldn't be surprised if after this introduction a few lawyers got involved and did some type of risk assessment on it.  Hopefully it is in redesign, and not totally scrapped.
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Offline TravisNTexas

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I agree, it looked pretty spiffy for our non commercial usage. 

Looking a little closer at the video, I saw a lot of unprotected pinch points (finger crush areas) in the gears; and it is loaded with non NSF rated materials.  I wouldn't be surprised if after this introduction a few lawyers got involved and did some type of risk assessment on it.  Hopefully it is in redesign, and not totally scrapped.

Agreed.  It was clever, but I suspect you are right about the liabilities, and in addition the production costs may not have supported the price point target.  Would like to see it show up some day though.
Cheers,
Travis

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Maybe they just never hit the target funding.

This would've been cool if the rollers could be swapper out to be textured, to allow for other uses such as grain flaking/rolling.  Frustrating how just a slight change in design would make so many products much more multi-use (e.g. pasta roller).

Clay rollers work well as dough sheeters for laminating dough at home, although the better ones are a little on the expensive side.

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