[1], The product range expanded beyond stand mixers for the first time in 1949, when dishwashers were introduced.[3]. Note that this cross-generational compatibility extends only to attachments powered through the hub. If you are at all handy, take a look at it.

I'm still trying to determine a timeline for the K45. When did they start giving it a three-prong plug? In 2019, as part of its 100 year celebration, KitchenAid introduced a new color: Passion Red.

After the last cakes were put to baking, I got all of the prep stuff started washing in the KDS18.

Good luck... All original site content copyright 2020 The Fresh Loaf unless stated otherwise. After high speed mixing, like to get the eggs incorporated thoroughly, it did not want to slow down completely when shifted to the lowest setting to fold in the flour.


It appears that the last dishwasher KA produced with the same logo as seen on my mixer in the OP was the 15 series, which was introduced in the mid '60s. Hobart Manufacturing Company. You're right about the "missing" planetary spring, but I thought that only the larger bowl-lift models had no spring. It was about 28 yrs old at the time. That's about all I find that particular vegetable is good for. That said, let me make one other suggestion. [11] In 1997 the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art selected the KitchenAid stand mixer as an icon of American design.

It's a lighter duty, more of a medium duty.

Regrease and you will get another 20 years out of it! I loaned Robert (our webmaster) my K5/K45 service manual and he has scanned and posted it in the library to be downloaded for a small fee. The Fresh Loaf is not responsible for community member content. There is no sticker inside the base of my K45, so it will remain a mystery as to its age until more information shows up on line. Thanks Bob. I had a K5A mixer and the beater and bowl was the same size as my newer (vintage 1982) K5SS mixer, i.e. The factory was closed for the duration of World War II. They went into the ovens 20 minutes apart. Hey Rich, I don't mind zucchini bread at all. It seems no other model before or since had that same arrangement. So while parts are not available for the K5A, beater parts are available for the K5SS. I think durability and the noise factor are the big negatives with newer KA mixers, but if you need more capacity, yes, you'll need a new mixer. If you see any burned parts they can be replaced rather cheaply. I wonder if when the logo changed and/or when the K45SS debuted, if that is when the shape changed on the knob that secures attachments in the hub as well.

Hobart Manufacturing Company. The U.S. Navy ordered mixers for two new Tennessee-class battleship, California and Tennessee, as well as the U.S. Navy's first dreadnought battleship, South Carolina.

This combined with a change in marketing strategy for KitchenAid, which resulted in a doubling of brand awareness over the course of the following three years.

I like the purpose of the "ear" on the flat beater and may pursue finding a replacement that has its "ear" intact. Although my mixer has a two-prong plug I think it's probably among the last made before the logo changed. There doesn't seem to be any sure way to determine a K45's age. One other comment - those older ones are truely built like tanks compared to all of the ones that came out after the K5SS.
The Classic Series, which is the least expensive, has the least powerful motor, but works well for basic tasks like making whipped cream and cakes. By the time I got the counters cleaned up, it was time to take the first two out of the oven and that process continued every 20 minutes until they were all done. If anyone knows about the value of the old mixers, its the folks here. I wish you good luck in getting it working at optimal levels and hope you enjoy it for many years to come..

are not necessarily compatible even across similar models in production at the same time (for example, not all current production six-quart bowl-lift mixers use the same accessories). He had been inspired after seeing a baker mix dough, and thought that there must be a better way of doing the task. Clean it first, it is really not hard to do per the first link. My mom's early K45SS made by Hobart has the coated type so now I think the clue to when my mixer was made could be in the logo. So from what you've stated about the 4-C, just about any 4-C is likely to be newer than any K4, which is not what I would have expected.

Following the success with Williams Sonoma, specific points of purchase were set up in department stores such as Kohl's and Macy's.

David, I think you've figured it out. In 1985, the company purchased the Chambers Company to incorporate its range of cookers into the KitchenAid brand. I think by that time the K4's were up to 10 speeds or close to it, so that's why I'd like a later one, probably a K4-C. Stiff brown axel grease for about $5 a can works well.

There is no height adjustment on any kitchen aid mixer that I am aware of. Yours comes with a dough hook so you can do bread dough.
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[1], The product range expanded beyond stand mixers for the first time in 1949, when dishwashers were introduced.[3]. Note that this cross-generational compatibility extends only to attachments powered through the hub. If you are at all handy, take a look at it.

I'm still trying to determine a timeline for the K45. When did they start giving it a three-prong plug? In 2019, as part of its 100 year celebration, KitchenAid introduced a new color: Passion Red.

After the last cakes were put to baking, I got all of the prep stuff started washing in the KDS18.

Good luck... All original site content copyright 2020 The Fresh Loaf unless stated otherwise. After high speed mixing, like to get the eggs incorporated thoroughly, it did not want to slow down completely when shifted to the lowest setting to fold in the flour.


It appears that the last dishwasher KA produced with the same logo as seen on my mixer in the OP was the 15 series, which was introduced in the mid '60s. Hobart Manufacturing Company. You're right about the "missing" planetary spring, but I thought that only the larger bowl-lift models had no spring. It was about 28 yrs old at the time. That's about all I find that particular vegetable is good for. That said, let me make one other suggestion. [11] In 1997 the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art selected the KitchenAid stand mixer as an icon of American design.

It's a lighter duty, more of a medium duty.

Regrease and you will get another 20 years out of it! I loaned Robert (our webmaster) my K5/K45 service manual and he has scanned and posted it in the library to be downloaded for a small fee. The Fresh Loaf is not responsible for community member content. There is no sticker inside the base of my K45, so it will remain a mystery as to its age until more information shows up on line. Thanks Bob. I had a K5A mixer and the beater and bowl was the same size as my newer (vintage 1982) K5SS mixer, i.e. The factory was closed for the duration of World War II. They went into the ovens 20 minutes apart. Hey Rich, I don't mind zucchini bread at all. It seems no other model before or since had that same arrangement. So while parts are not available for the K5A, beater parts are available for the K5SS. I think durability and the noise factor are the big negatives with newer KA mixers, but if you need more capacity, yes, you'll need a new mixer. If you see any burned parts they can be replaced rather cheaply. I wonder if when the logo changed and/or when the K45SS debuted, if that is when the shape changed on the knob that secures attachments in the hub as well.

Hobart Manufacturing Company. The U.S. Navy ordered mixers for two new Tennessee-class battleship, California and Tennessee, as well as the U.S. Navy's first dreadnought battleship, South Carolina.

This combined with a change in marketing strategy for KitchenAid, which resulted in a doubling of brand awareness over the course of the following three years.

I like the purpose of the "ear" on the flat beater and may pursue finding a replacement that has its "ear" intact. Although my mixer has a two-prong plug I think it's probably among the last made before the logo changed. There doesn't seem to be any sure way to determine a K45's age. One other comment - those older ones are truely built like tanks compared to all of the ones that came out after the K5SS.
The Classic Series, which is the least expensive, has the least powerful motor, but works well for basic tasks like making whipped cream and cakes. By the time I got the counters cleaned up, it was time to take the first two out of the oven and that process continued every 20 minutes until they were all done. If anyone knows about the value of the old mixers, its the folks here. I wish you good luck in getting it working at optimal levels and hope you enjoy it for many years to come..

are not necessarily compatible even across similar models in production at the same time (for example, not all current production six-quart bowl-lift mixers use the same accessories). He had been inspired after seeing a baker mix dough, and thought that there must be a better way of doing the task. Clean it first, it is really not hard to do per the first link. My mom's early K45SS made by Hobart has the coated type so now I think the clue to when my mixer was made could be in the logo. So from what you've stated about the 4-C, just about any 4-C is likely to be newer than any K4, which is not what I would have expected.

Following the success with Williams Sonoma, specific points of purchase were set up in department stores such as Kohl's and Macy's.

David, I think you've figured it out. In 1985, the company purchased the Chambers Company to incorporate its range of cookers into the KitchenAid brand. I think by that time the K4's were up to 10 speeds or close to it, so that's why I'd like a later one, probably a K4-C. Stiff brown axel grease for about $5 a can works well.

There is no height adjustment on any kitchen aid mixer that I am aware of. Yours comes with a dough hook so you can do bread dough.
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kitchenaid k45ss year made


After the war, production started up again in 1946 when the factory moved to Greenville, Ohio, to expand capacity. Pictures of those may help somewhat.

Dishwashers were the second product line to be introduced, in 1949. It must be the different beater that makes the difference. I would suggest you try to stick with a tilt-head type if there's one on the market that's large enough for your needs. It's an all-purpose, universal type of function. (three prong on new ones vs 2 prong on the K5 - simply attach ground wire to motor base using an existing screw).

This resulted in the production of the KitchenAid Model "K" which showed streamlined lines for the first time, and the KitchenAid standard design has remained relatively unchanged since then. I discovered by accident how superior a bread product is the result of bread flour vs. using all-purpose flour. Not so. New power cord was needed. The round knobs for the speed and lock levers provide another clue.

[1], The product range expanded beyond stand mixers for the first time in 1949, when dishwashers were introduced.[3]. Note that this cross-generational compatibility extends only to attachments powered through the hub. If you are at all handy, take a look at it.

I'm still trying to determine a timeline for the K45. When did they start giving it a three-prong plug? In 2019, as part of its 100 year celebration, KitchenAid introduced a new color: Passion Red.

After the last cakes were put to baking, I got all of the prep stuff started washing in the KDS18.

Good luck... All original site content copyright 2020 The Fresh Loaf unless stated otherwise. After high speed mixing, like to get the eggs incorporated thoroughly, it did not want to slow down completely when shifted to the lowest setting to fold in the flour.


It appears that the last dishwasher KA produced with the same logo as seen on my mixer in the OP was the 15 series, which was introduced in the mid '60s. Hobart Manufacturing Company. You're right about the "missing" planetary spring, but I thought that only the larger bowl-lift models had no spring. It was about 28 yrs old at the time. That's about all I find that particular vegetable is good for. That said, let me make one other suggestion. [11] In 1997 the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art selected the KitchenAid stand mixer as an icon of American design.

It's a lighter duty, more of a medium duty.

Regrease and you will get another 20 years out of it! I loaned Robert (our webmaster) my K5/K45 service manual and he has scanned and posted it in the library to be downloaded for a small fee. The Fresh Loaf is not responsible for community member content. There is no sticker inside the base of my K45, so it will remain a mystery as to its age until more information shows up on line. Thanks Bob. I had a K5A mixer and the beater and bowl was the same size as my newer (vintage 1982) K5SS mixer, i.e. The factory was closed for the duration of World War II. They went into the ovens 20 minutes apart. Hey Rich, I don't mind zucchini bread at all. It seems no other model before or since had that same arrangement. So while parts are not available for the K5A, beater parts are available for the K5SS. I think durability and the noise factor are the big negatives with newer KA mixers, but if you need more capacity, yes, you'll need a new mixer. If you see any burned parts they can be replaced rather cheaply. I wonder if when the logo changed and/or when the K45SS debuted, if that is when the shape changed on the knob that secures attachments in the hub as well.

Hobart Manufacturing Company. The U.S. Navy ordered mixers for two new Tennessee-class battleship, California and Tennessee, as well as the U.S. Navy's first dreadnought battleship, South Carolina.

This combined with a change in marketing strategy for KitchenAid, which resulted in a doubling of brand awareness over the course of the following three years.

I like the purpose of the "ear" on the flat beater and may pursue finding a replacement that has its "ear" intact. Although my mixer has a two-prong plug I think it's probably among the last made before the logo changed. There doesn't seem to be any sure way to determine a K45's age. One other comment - those older ones are truely built like tanks compared to all of the ones that came out after the K5SS.
The Classic Series, which is the least expensive, has the least powerful motor, but works well for basic tasks like making whipped cream and cakes. By the time I got the counters cleaned up, it was time to take the first two out of the oven and that process continued every 20 minutes until they were all done. If anyone knows about the value of the old mixers, its the folks here. I wish you good luck in getting it working at optimal levels and hope you enjoy it for many years to come..

are not necessarily compatible even across similar models in production at the same time (for example, not all current production six-quart bowl-lift mixers use the same accessories). He had been inspired after seeing a baker mix dough, and thought that there must be a better way of doing the task. Clean it first, it is really not hard to do per the first link. My mom's early K45SS made by Hobart has the coated type so now I think the clue to when my mixer was made could be in the logo. So from what you've stated about the 4-C, just about any 4-C is likely to be newer than any K4, which is not what I would have expected.

Following the success with Williams Sonoma, specific points of purchase were set up in department stores such as Kohl's and Macy's.

David, I think you've figured it out. In 1985, the company purchased the Chambers Company to incorporate its range of cookers into the KitchenAid brand. I think by that time the K4's were up to 10 speeds or close to it, so that's why I'd like a later one, probably a K4-C. Stiff brown axel grease for about $5 a can works well.

There is no height adjustment on any kitchen aid mixer that I am aware of. Yours comes with a dough hook so you can do bread dough.

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