Flour Mixing Machine
A finely ground form of cereal grains or other starchy plant parts, flour is a common component in baked goods and other culinary items. For both residential and commercial usage, a flour mixing machine has been created to replace the traditional method of mixing flour. The machine's distinctiveness stems from the ability to interchange the stirrer and mixer basin as needed to accommodate different types of materials being mixed. The tool was created to enhance the hygienic preparation of flour into dough for bread and other food products with flour as a foundation for human consumption. The labor-intensive and unclean native method of preparation is eliminated by the flour mixing machine.