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jonr
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Posted Sat Jun 29, 2013, 4:43pm
Subject: Built-in espresso machines
 

I think that an espresso machine built-in to the counter would be ideal.  It could have a large pump, large tanks and produce lots of noise.  But just a small sleek looking head and drain above the counter.  "Draft beer towers" are similar in concept.

With that in mind, I found this: http://sprudge.com/modbar.html  which looks great but is quite expensive.  Anything else?  This might be a good niche market for a designer/builder.  An E61 group + forced circulation might work without breaking the bank.  Or any saturated group head.
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Posted Sat Jun 29, 2013, 5:44pm
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Salvatore makes them:

http://www.salvatore-espresso.com/Built%20in%20machines.html
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Posted Sat Jun 29, 2013, 8:24pm
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That is pretty cool.  You know it is a good old style machine not a new plastic one.

 
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Posted Mon Jul 1, 2013, 1:18pm
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jonr Said:

With that in mind, I found this: http://sprudge.com/modbar.html  which looks great but is quite expensive.  Anything else?  This might be a good niche market for a designer/builder.  An E61 group + forced circulation might work without breaking the bank.  Or any saturated group head.

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Niche always comes at a price.
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Posted Mon Jul 1, 2013, 11:27pm
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It's a durable thing for long lasting.

 
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