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Atlas Electric Pasta Maker Instructions

Atlas Electric Pasta Maker Instructions:
     Mixing blade assembly
     Attachments assembly
     Making the pasta
     Schematic drawing

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Atlas Electric Pasta Maker Instructions
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Atlas Electric Pasta Maker Kneads 1 Lb of pasta,
12.25" x 6" base,
8" high,
Flat roller,
1/16" cutter,
1/4" cutter,
5-5/8" rolling/cutting width,
Plastic body,
Hardened steel cutters,
Chrome plated metal parts,
Rated 100-120vac, 60 Hz, 150 Watts, 2 Amps
2 year warranty
Made in Italy Made in Italy

~ Removal and replacement of the mixing blade ~

Step 1 - The mixing blade To remove the mixing blade, first unscrew the mixing blade cover (A).
Step 2 - The mixing blade Then push the mixing blade (B) toward the opening.
Step 3 - The mixing blade And lift the mixing blade (B) upwards.
Step 4 - The mixing blade To replace the mixing blade, repeat the above steps backwards.

~ Assembly and removal of attachments ~

Step 1 - Attachments Insert the attachment into the opening, lining up the keyed parts.
Step 2 - Attachments When the keyed parts are lined up and the attachment is almost flush against the support (C) on the body of the machine, turn the attachment counter-clockwise about a quarter-turn to lock it in place.

To remove the attachment, turn it clockwise about a quarter-turn, then pull it away when disengaged from the lock.

~ Making the pasta ~

Step 1 - Making the pasta 15 oz. (420 g.) durum wheat or all purpose flour

4 whole eggs (approx. weight: 8.5 oz. or 240 g.)


Using the above recipe will prevent overloading the motor with too thick of a dough.

If adapting it, first try the above recipe so that you will get a better idea of the required moisture content for proper machine operation. When changing the recipe, try to keep the moisture content close to that of the above combined ingredients.

Step 2 - Making the pasta Open the cover, add the flour and then the eggs.
Step 3 - Making the pasta Close the cover and press the Start button.

After 4-5 minutes, the dough should be soft, smooth and even, and ready for removal from the kneader.
Step 4 - Making the pasta Open the cover. The micro-switch (M) will stop the motor and cause the power switch (D) to glow red.

In order to easily remove the dough, it should be in the upper part of the chamber.

If you experience difficulties removing the dough, follow the previous instructions for removing the mixing blade.
Step 5 - Making Dough Cut the dough into 4 or 5 pieces.
Step 6 - Making Dough Mount the flat roller attachment to the side of the machine.

Move the thickness setting to No. 1

Lightly sprinkle the rollers with flour.
Step 7 - Making Dough Pass a piece of dough once through the roller, then fold the sheet and pass it through again.
Step 8 - Makind Dough Fold the sheet and pass it through the rollers multiple times to complete the kneading process.

After each pass, lightly flour the sheet before the next pass.
Step 9 - Making Dough To obtain a thinner sheet, reduce the thickness setting to the next larger number with every two passes, until you have the desired thickness.
Step 10 - Making Dough Place the sheets of dough on a tablecloth and allow them to dry a bit.
Step 11- Making the pasta Remove the roller attachment and install the desired cutter.

Introduce the sheet of dough into the attachment as shown on the left, to insure that it enters the cutters evenly.
Step 12 - Making the pasta As the pasta is cut, hold the strands to prevent them from bunching.

The pasta can now be dried for later use, or it can be used immediately.

To further dry the pasta, set it on a tablecloth or drying rack to keep the individual strands from sticking to each other.

~ Cleaning up ~

Brush off the flour. That's all.
Never wash any part of the pasta maker.

~ Cautions ~

Keep children away from the machine when it is operating.
Never put anything in the rollers except for the dough.

Schematic Drawing

Click on the drawing below to view a larger image.
The numbers refer to the parts list below.

Schematic Drawing - Click to Enlarge

1. Spatola - Mixing blade
2. Fiancata sinistra - Left side
3. Tappo - Knob
4. O-Ring tappo - Knob O-Ring
5. Vasca - Tub
6. Pulsante apertura -
7. Fiancata anteriore
8. Tasto microinterruttore
9. Interruttore
10. Motore
11. Boccola
12. Supporto a squadra
13. Base
14. Piedino
15. Fondo
16. Microinterruttore
17. Circuito
18. Coperchio
19. Perno coperchio
20. Fiancata posteriore
21. O-Ring squadra
22. O-Ring ingranaggio
23. Ingranaggio grande
24. Ingranaggio piccolo
25. Ingranaggio medio
26. Vaschetta connettore
27. Fusibile
28. Cavo elettrico
29. Piastra ingranaggi
30. Fiancata destra
31. Innesto accessori
32. Kit viti assortite



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