Mine has a sub board, the pressurestat triggers a relay on the sub board, that turns the element on and off. So it takes the load off the pressurestat,
Thanks for that, you are evidently well in front of my noodling.
BTW they're hardly new fangled, the metric system was formally adopted in
Burr gap is adjusted by a 95mm diameter thread between the body cap and fixed burr carrier. The pitch of the thread is 16tpi,
Thanks for all the tips!
Start of a learning journey for sure. The more you learn the less you know.
I will go darker and try
Hit up The Coffee Machinist. I'm sure he'd be delighted to supply them at a 50% discount on what LM reckons is fair. NO steam wand is worth $483 ex. GST
Interested to know how you are doing the burr gap adjustment and what you are doing to maintain coaxial alignment. I've been playing with ideas for my
Thanks very much magnafunk,
I just found the packet the burrs came in, (mine are the T151A coated ones), and there on the bottom below the
One of my wine devices uses a platinum coated titanium electrode and I charge less than that.
Burrs cut, therefore they rotate so that the edges of the teeth face the material to be cut.
Using this, you can always work out the direction
Hi Steve, pretty sure they do rotate clockwise, see here.
Really interested to see your grinder, hopefully you will post pics!
I'm not off grid so can't help you there, but i am currently roasting using Lpg on a 15kg Has Garanti on 10 amp no problem.
Andy said it right and it took me a while to learn. Purposely go far and then slowly come back from there.
Thatís how I learnt where I like
I know LM aus is charging $483 ex gst for the cool touch steam wand
That makes the price jump about reasonable given the machine was 5.5k.
The one thing that really makes me turn around quickly is the barista throwing a milk jug under a steam wand and leaving it there while they do other
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