motoized or not? If you can afford it and justify it buy it.
Me, I'm a big poor old man, so I crank by hand. If you are going into
production, there will become a time when the moto becomes a must (unless you
like sore sholders and joints, etc).
Side question. How many ouf you pasta machine users sit down while using your
machine. I always stand.
Irene in NC
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Most of us here prefer the Atlas/Pasta Queen variety, and the ones stamped
Italy seem to be better than the ones stamped China/Taiwan or whatever.
There is ever increasing support for adding on their optional motor for
Kitchen Etc. (chain) stores and similar places often have the base machine for
$29, glitzy stores sell the same one for $50. There are online sources for both
the machine and the motor (which you can add later if you want to think about
it) as well.