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wsikes
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wsikes
Joined: 3 Oct 2011
Posts: 396
Location: West Virginia
Expertise: I love coffee

Espresso: Gaggia Classic
Grinder: Promac MD-64 AT
Drip: Bunn
Roaster: Behmor
Posted Tue May 15, 2012, 8:31am
Subject: Re: A Beast in the Kitchen
 

Frank... I searched and found the info on the Nocturn.  The concept is very exciting... I look forward to seeing how the machine performs.  Hopefully they will get the kinks worked out and get into production before too much longer.

 
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frank828
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Location: Los Angeles
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Posted Tue May 15, 2012, 4:43pm
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hey bill, i decided to make a new thread discussing the stuff we were talking about in this thread.  i'm thinking it'll be better than going completely off topic from your original post.  here's the link to the thread http://coffeegeek.com/forums/espresso/machinemods/580666
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wsikes
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wsikes
Joined: 3 Oct 2011
Posts: 396
Location: West Virginia
Expertise: I love coffee

Espresso: Gaggia Classic
Grinder: Promac MD-64 AT
Drip: Bunn
Roaster: Behmor
Posted Mon Jun 4, 2012, 7:48am
Subject: Re: A Beast in the Kitchen
 

I just wanted to update my experience with this grinder... sorry we got off topic.  I have had the Promac MD 64 AT for a few weeks now and I love it!  I read about so many people having grinder problems, yet with this old grinder I have had nothing but wonderful results.  I can't see myself ever buying another grinder and I will give this grinder, also known as the Rancilio MD 50 AT, nothing but the highest praise.  If you can find a used one at a good price jump on it!  You may have to clean it up if it is used, but you will be rewarded for your efforts.  One last note... the hopper is square but the sides are vertical, not slanted, so you can easily cut it down to fit under your cabinets if you so desire.  It is a beast!

 
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