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Juanjo
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Joined: 28 Sep 2008
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Location: Brooklyn, New York
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Espresso: Brugnetti Aurora
Grinder: Mahlkoenig K30
Roaster: custom nut roaster
Posted Mon Dec 15, 2008, 2:26pm
Subject: HomeMade helpers
 

Hi,

ever try to tamp one of those..!
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well, here is my homemade helper..
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and also have this one which I use to level the coffee..
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the sticks to level
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and this one I made to hold some basic tools and the tamper
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and that's the complete set up (knockbox on its way)
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pilgrim5
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Joined: 11 Jan 2008
Posts: 412
Location: Saint Paul Park Minnesota
Expertise: I live coffee

Espresso: Salivatore
Grinder: Bunn/LPG & Macap M4
Vac Pot: Yamer/aeropress
Drip: Bunn VPR series
Roaster: Bred mach /heat gun and stir...
Posted Mon Dec 15, 2008, 6:18pm
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Very nice set up can tell you like your wood working and use your skills well.  you going to make your own tampers too?
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Juanjo
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Juanjo
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Location: Brooklyn, New York
Expertise: I live coffee

Espresso: Brugnetti Aurora
Grinder: Mahlkoenig K30
Roaster: custom nut roaster
Posted Mon Dec 15, 2008, 9:45pm
Subject: Re: HomeMade helpers
 

hey thanks,

doubt about the tampers, I like them to be heavy and can't beat the 1.6lbs all steel I have....wood won't do...;)

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