Question about Food Mixers
Artisan mixers do not "switch". The food processor gets power from the power take off (PTO) shaft under the cap on the front of the mixer and the mixer gets power through the gear box. Both get motor power all the time all the time.
To "switch", take the bowl and beaters off the Artisan. Remove the PTO cap and install the food processor. Tape up your sleeves so the mixer drive does not grab your blouse. Turn on the mixer (as usual), adjust the speed (as usual), and process away.
Posted on Jul 02, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Kitchen Collection (http://www.kitchencollection.com/Temp_Store_Locator.cfm) which has stores throughout the nation and an Internet storefront carries all of the pieces and parts. Unfortunately, the bowls for an Artisan run $50 and each attachment is about $15, so the price is going to add up quickly.
Another cheaper option is to try eBay. Individual parts are often available there.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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