I have never completed the build. The motor and motor sub-base are not attached in the photos. I drilled the holes for mounting the motor to the sub-base and the sub-base to the base a week or two after I shot the photos. I hardwired the mill to a power cord with wire nuts to see how well it ran, and then promptly disassembled everything, so that I could build a stand and attach the base. I have never gotten around to building the stand. The motor only spins at one revolution per second, but it has a significant amount of torque. The crush is beautiful because of the slow rotational speed.
To be completely honest, the 3-roller is just too much mill for my needs. It was an impulse purchase that I made at NHC 2014. The Schmidling Model P is a better fit, a lot more portable, and easier to keep clean. I crush between 5.5 and 8 pounds of grist per batch because my standard kegged volume is 3 gallons. I brew the occasional 5 kegged gallon batch, but it takes me around nine weeks to go through 5 gallons of beer.