I am always looking for inexpensive back to basics tools and equipment. This was my latest find. Mine is very similiar to the one shown in the following link. . PRIMITIVE ALL ORIGINAL RED CORN GRINDER-NICE VINTAGE NR . I have no idea who the original manufacturer was, but this thing is built like a Abrams tank. . When doing a further google search, I found the one linked above, and two others priced at $150 and $250. I didn't buy the one online. I got mine at a flea market / garage sale table for $25. It looks even better than the one in the link. Needless to say, I have a big smile on my face. . I am going to try it out very soon. . Disassembled and cleaned it. Dried it, and reassembled it. Ground about a quart bag of clean yellow dent corn. Four passes before I was satisfied with consistency. I was being very careful with the adjustment screw, as it was my first time using any type of grain grinder. . Now to make some fresh cornbread!