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I echo the sentiments of this expression of gratitude - well discovered and passed on in easy to read, helpful and inspiring words. Bravo!
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ducksredux Said:

Maybe it's just that I'm not a tinkerer but it seems absurd to spend all that time modding this grinder after it's been pointed out that plastic particles undoubtedly end up in the grounds. Aside from it affecting the taste imagine what ingesting extracted and melted polyethylene does to your body.

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Why do you think this? Plastic from the burrs or the bottom housing?

Unmodded and everything default, I'm finding 5-6 clicks is the sweet spot for me in a drip v60
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