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Posted Sat May 11, 2013, 6:57pm
Subject: Using Grind Master 810?
 

I have a Grind Master 810 commercial grinder. Given to me. Do these work very well for espresso? Should I sell it and get a espresso grinder? Thanks.
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Posted Sun May 12, 2013, 5:16pm
Subject: Re: Using Grind Master 810?
 

It all depends on space and your goals.
That is not a grinder that will work for espresso but it will do a good job on drip to press pot.
It is intended to sit in a supermarket so customers can grind the stale whole bean coffee into ground coffee that will spoil, if it is possible, even more quickly.
Another use is to grind in coffee shops so that customers can take home ground coffee from fresh coffee, and be stale before it gets home.

I have one like that at work to grind just before brewing it works well but is not for everyone.

 
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Posted Wed May 15, 2013, 8:36am
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I have an 875 and they are built for preground espresso grinding.  This aims mainly at pressurized portafilter machines.
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