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winkie
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Posted Fri Sep 20, 2013, 5:17pm
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Semi-automatic and fully automatic coffee machine advantages and disadvantages
Semi-automatic coffee machine: the machine simple structure, reliable operation, easy maintenance, in accordance with proper use can produce high-quality Italian coffee. Disadvantages: The operator should undergo a rigorous training in order to use this machine to make high-quality coffee, but also able to provide excellent customer tailored barista coffee.
Automatic coffee machine according to the most scientific data and procedures to brewed coffee, and have a perfect protection system, it is convenient to use, with just one touch you can get coffee, and its convenience than traditional coffee machine products. Structure is more complex, the need for good maintenance, high maintenance costs are the shortcomings of such a machine. However, the automatic coffee machine convenient, consistent quality, high efficiency, the operator does not need training and other advantages make it more and more clients.

 
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Posted Sat Sep 21, 2013, 2:09am
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Winkie, I hate to be a cynic, but either:

-You haven't lurked here long enough to know that the information you are providing is so elementary as to be irritating to most of the regulars here, especially when there are far more in-depth guides available

-You don't understand English enough to realize the above, to which I apologize

-You're using your account on CoffeeGeek to clandestinely practice SEO on your glass tile business.

Unless you make a post that's remotely interactive and show that you have a glimmer of personal interest in specialty coffee and fill out your profile, all your posts henceforth shall be marked as spam by yours truly.
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Posted Sat Sep 21, 2013, 7:35am
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Agreed. (+1)

 
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