Set your pasta rollers to 1.
Sprinkle some flour onto the pasta rollers. Cut off about ⅕ of the dough and put it through the pasta maker. (If this piece sticks in the pasta maker, add more flour to the whole batch of dough and start again.)
Fold in half and put through the pasta maker again, still set on 1. After a couple of passes, the pasta should be smooth.
Set the pasta maker to 2 and run the piece of dough through. Then set it to 3, 4, and 5; running the dough through each time.
By this time, you should have a long, narrow piece of dough which is quite thin.
Then switch to the pasta maker that will cut the pasta the width you desire and put the long flat piece of dough through to cut it.
Lay the strips onto a floured baking sheet and sprinkle more flour on top.
Do this until all the pasta is cut. Use the flour liberally to keep the pieces from sticking together.
Let the pasta dry. It can dry for several hours or you can cook it after 30 minutes.