A machine that is capable of extracting the shells of African breadfruit (Ukwa) Trecuklia African seed is designed and fabricated. The machine is powered with 0.75KW electric motor, which transmits the drive through a V-belt to the drive component, housing the cylindrical-shaped extractor. The extractor consists of a shaft on which is welded a fourteen toothed stainless steel sharp knives which slice the seeds with the shells. When the machine has operated for ten minutes, a compressed air of adequate pressure is introduced too expel the shells from the machine through the perforated apertures on the outer casing housing the cylinder. The machine’s discharge port is constantly kept open for the discharge of the ground seeds. Due to gravity. The machine is capable of shelling 50kg of seeds in two hours and is 70% efficient. The cost of the designed is twenty thousand Naira (N 20,000) and is manufactured with readily available local materials, such iron, aluminum meter, as a result, the maintenance cost of it is expected to be low. The machines service life is two years.