You then need to put a small Cross down the center of your box the cross will be the blades to your grinder. so cut those off and you should have a small Cross set of blades (check teh picture)
A far better Instructable will follow this was just our test run:
You need an Old Altoid Box
A small Electric motor
a small plastic container
a 9v battery
and thats it! were working a much more effective one and it will soon be up here for yall to see. It will incorporate several other materials and a flashlight! to much to describe i dont think we can give it justice to what were building 😛 see it soon!
Then place a small bit of hot glue to the tip of the motor axle and place your blades down the axle to about half way then add additional glue to the blad/axle to make sure everything is holding together.
If you to have a request let us know at
(not the one on the picture we figured this out after we used it)
If youre looking for other projects you can visit our website at HM-Innovations.com were in the process of moving to a new residence so we havent updated it yet and thats why it’s taken us a while to come up with a new ible or project in general. But as soon as we do, we’ll be back in business. Sorry for the low picture quality and the no Demonstration video but we dont have our camera right now (it’s at the other place) so we had to take pics with a low 3.0 camera 🙁
This was a request we had from Hechktr-g93 so we gave it a shot.
Herb Grinder: A far better Instructable will follow this was just our test run: If youre looking for other projects you can visit our website at HM-Innovations.com were in the process of moving to a new residence so we havent updated it yet and thats why it's…
Electric bladed kitchen appliances like coffee grinders are the fastest and most efficient household item to use if you’re looking to create a finely ground, uniform consistency. Similar items such as blenders or food processors are especially useful if you are attempting to grind a lot of weed at one time to use in edible baking. It can be easy to accidentally over-grind your bud, though, so make sure not to pulverize your plants when using these kinds of devices.
A Pill Bottle and a Coin
It might sound, well, cheesy, but using this appliance to grind your weed isn’t a bad idea. Similar to the knife and cutting board method, the sharper the cheese grater, the easier the process will be. Just make sure to mind your fingers — careless grating can lead to small cuts. This method works best on dried flower because it’s faster to grind than stickier buds, and you’ll save yourself the hassle of scrubbing residue off the grater during clean up. After all, do you really want your parmesan to taste like Blue Dream?
Designed to produce an even consistency, grinders come in all different shapes and sizes, and are considered an essential part of a cannabis user’s tool kit. Without a grinder, users might resort to tearing up the bud into small pieces by hand in order to break the plant down to a smokeable consistency. But doing so can be a clumsy process, leaving larger nuggets that won’t easily burn through. Have you ever light up a joint only to see it “canoe”? It was likely because you didn’t grind up your weed enough!
If you don’t have access to a grinder and don’t want to use your hands, there are plenty of effective life-hacks you can use that get the job done just as well. In fact, regular household items can be very helpful if you find yourself without a reefer-related device to grind your bud. Check out the below list of some DIY grinding tools that will bring the best out of your flower — you’ll thank us later!
Knife and Cutting Board
It’s not magic, but it sure looks like it. This is a great way to break up sticky flowers easily. Pack your bud tightly into a pill bottle (or any small container with a tight-fitting lid — like the aforementioned film canisters). Disinfect a small coin using rubbing alcohol or vinegar, and place it in the bottle with the weed. Seal the container tightly, and then shake it like a maraca. Not only will the weed will break down to a smokeable consistency, but you’ll have some fun doing it.
If you don’t have access to a grinder, there are plenty of effective life-hacks and common tools you can use to refine your nug. Follow these DIY tips and you'll be smoking smoothly in no time.