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mick_we
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Posted Mon Feb 27, 2012, 8:07am
Subject: running Video
 

Hi,

her eis a new running Video with my new Bezzere Giulia and a bottomless portafilter.
Not perfect (the Latte Art and the Video), but you can see something ;-)

have fun

http://youtu.be/bbBiPrt_0u0?hd=1

 
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Posted Wed Feb 29, 2012, 2:58pm
Subject: Re: running Video
 

Did you do the video?  If so, someone has video production skills.

Len

 
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Posted Thu Mar 1, 2012, 12:38am
Subject: Re: running Video
 

the youtube video share would be really amazing

 
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Posted Thu Mar 1, 2012, 2:33am
Subject: Re: running Video
 

Nice vid.

You might want to experiment with the length of the cooling flush with your E61. As a guide, mine is approx 160ml and if you pull it into the cup it warms it while you're tamping.

Cheers

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mick_we
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Posted Fri Mar 2, 2012, 2:03am
Subject: Re: running Video
 

CoffeeRoastersClub Said:

Did you do the video?  If so, someone has video production skills.

Len

Posted February 29, 2012 link

Hi. Yes, i did the Video. I don't have any video production skills, but i am a wedding Photographer, you can see it on my Website: Fotomanufaktur Wessel
I think that you can see it a little bit on my video :-)


Ian Said:

Nice vid.

You might want to experiment with the length of the cooling flush with your E61. As a guide, mine is approx 160ml and if you pull it into the cup it warms it while you're tamping.

Cheers

Ian

Posted March 1, 2012 link

You mean i will be better when i do some experiments with the cooling flush? I found out, that my Giulia will not so hot when the time between two shots are longer. But i think i will do some experiments and do a measurements. Thank you for the hint.

 
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Posted Fri Mar 2, 2012, 9:28am
Subject: Re: running Video
 

mick_we Said:

Hi. Yes, i did the Video. I don't have any video production skills, but i am a wedding Photographer, you can see it on my Website: Fotomanufaktur Wessel
I think that you can see it a little bit on my video :-)



You mean i will be better when i do some experiments with the cooling flush? I found out, that my Giulia will not so hot when the time between two shots are longer. But i think i will do some experiments and do a measurements. Thank you for the hint.

Posted March 2, 2012 link

You did top notch work. A+++

Len

 
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Posted Sun Mar 4, 2012, 1:12pm
Subject: Re: running Video
 

CoffeeRoastersClub Said:

You did top notch work. A+++

Len

Posted March 2, 2012 link

:-) Thank you very much. I Love Coffee and i Love to make it, so ist is Easy to Producer a nice Video :-)

 
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Posted Sun Mar 4, 2012, 6:47pm
Subject: Re: running Video
 

Video is edited and shot well. The music makes me feel awkward to want to share it with my buddies though, in fact, it made me want to turn the video off as it's a little to slow. just my opinion . . . (PS. my wife agrees)
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Posted Mon Mar 5, 2012, 6:51am
Subject: Re: running Video
 

mick_we Said:

You mean i will be better when i do some experiments with the cooling flush? I found out, that my Giulia will not so hot when the time between two shots are longer. But i think i will do some experiments and do a measurements. Thank you for the hint.

Posted March 2, 2012 link

Yes, if the machine has been sitting for a while, the water in the heat exchanger will become as hot as the water in the boiler. As it would be too hot for brewing, you'll need to get rid it with a cooling flush.  The exact amount of the flush will depend on various factors; boiler temp, ambient temp, beans you're using etc. so you'll need to experiment a bit.

I usually run the cooling flush at the same time that I'm grinding and it also warms up the cup a bit too.


Cheers

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Posted Wed Mar 14, 2012, 3:55pm
Subject: Re: running Video
 

Ian Said:

Yes, if the machine has been sitting for a while, the water in the heat exchanger will become as hot as the water in the boiler. As it would be too hot for brewing, you'll need to get rid it with a cooling flush.  The exact amount of the flush will depend on various factors; boiler temp, ambient temp, beans you're using etc. so you'll need to experiment a bit.

I usually run the cooling flush at the same time that I'm grinding and it also warms up the cup a bit too.


Cheers

Ian

Posted March 5, 2012 link

I justtested it and you are right. It is a little bit better.

cheers Michael

 
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