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wcmocha
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Posted Sun Sep 8, 2013, 6:37pm
Subject: Super V60
 

I came up with a hybrid between my home-made Trifecta and my new V60.  I'm also training my new barista on the machine

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Posted Wed Sep 11, 2013, 6:52am
Subject: Re: Super V60
 

This seems very interesting can you explain more please.
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Posted Thu Sep 12, 2013, 8:54pm
Subject: Re: Super V60
 

I made a custom machine a while back that works like the trifecta.  While playing with a V60 pour-over and having the other machine apart to replace some acrylic parts that didn't hold up to well, I came up with this.  In essence the machine provides a measurable amount of water at a specific PID controlled temperature.  More importantly, I can raise the temperature above boiling since I am at an altitude where water boils at 200F.  I modified the measuring spoon from the V60 with a small hole, then suspended it above the V60.  There is also enough room to move it for adjusting the spread of water.  So far it works great.
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Posted Sun Sep 15, 2013, 7:38am
Subject: Re: Super V60
 

Can you post a video of your machine?

 
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Posted Tue Sep 17, 2013, 7:51pm
Subject: Re: Super V60
 

sweaner Said:

Can you post a video of your machine?

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Sure, I just roasted a batch on my new prototype roaster.  Should be ready for extraction in a few days, so I'll tape it.
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