Here you can find an overview of my equipment (I use most of the equipment myself, however I had to link some alternatives for equipment that is not available outside of Germany)...
When it comes to meat grinders, I have several recommendations for you, depending on how much sausage you want to make and how advanced you are.
I use a stainless-steel grinder from Beeketal.
As the brand is not available outside of Germany,
Just make sure that it is made of stainless steel and has a good throughput. Cheaper ones tend to corrode and die out quickly.
If you're just starting out or only want to process smaller quantities, I, personally, recommend either a
As said before: It does not matter which one you choose but, I personally always advise you to get one made of stainless steel.
You won't be happy for long with the cheaper ones.
Food processor / bowl chopper
For fine sausage meat for cold cuts or other finer sausages, you need something to chop the meat into a super fine meat mixture. Since it is difficult, especially at the beginning, to buy all the equipment directly, a food processor is enough for now.
I use the Bosch MC812S814 MultiTalent compact food processor.
I would say that it is sufficient for most small quantities. The cleaning is a bit cumbersome and from 1 kg mass you have to spread the chopping over several passes. But that's obvious since it wasn't made for that.
There are many different types of casings. You can cover a wide range of sausages with these two:
For the beginning, an attachment for your meat grinder is sufficient.
As soon as you start to process larger quantities, however, an extra sausage filler is worthwhile.
I use the 5L stainless steel sausage filler from Beeketal.
Again not available outside of Germany. International equivalent can be found here.
Pots & Pans
By switching to induction, I recently replaced my pots and chose the Fissler Original Profi collection set.
I wanted something that would last longer and am super happy with the quality.