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    Re: What do YOU use to home roast?

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Hi all,

    Thought Id update my info as well....

    Popcorn machine - 1 month
    Corretto - 2.5 years

    2KG Has Garanti - ON ITS WAY!!! 8-)


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    Re: What do YOU use to home roast?

    Quote Originally Posted by 5D4341454B574A4B4D452E0 link=1134076855/250#250 date=1275007669
    2KG Has Garanti -ON ITS WAY!!!
    Well, now youre getting serious sd. Congratulations!

    PS: I didnt know you won Lotto ;)

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    Thanks mate,

    Took a little convincing at this end ;)
    Feels like Ive won lotto... but the feeling is all I have.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 534D4F4B45594445434B200 link=1134076855/252#252 date=1275010993
    Took a little convincing at this end
    I bet! Well I am happy to call around and swap some partner negotiation tips. Sounds like I could learn a thing or two. 8-)

    I need to inform you that a recently drafted and rushed through (ie in the last 2 minutes) CoffeeSnobs protocol requires that I fully inspect the newly acquired HG2. Im happy to donate some sacrificial offerings - provided they arent sacrificed beyond CS10 of course.

    Hang on to that feeling, it isnt a bad one to have. [smiley=thumbsup.gif]

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    Re: What do YOU use to home roast?

    Quote Originally Posted by 29233621212E3A3C4F0 link=1134076855/253#253 date=1275014325
    CoffeeSnobs protocol requires that I fully inspect the newly acquired HG2. Im happy to donate some sacrificial offerings - provided they arent sacrificed beyond CS10 of course.
    sounds like a plan. probably a month or two till its all set up. ill definitely let you know when shes ready to go.

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    Re: What do YOU use to home roast?

    How did the iRoast get -1 vote?
    dimmy likes this.

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    Re: What do YOU use to home roast?

    For several reasons this poll was superseded by this one: http://coffeesnobs.com.au/YaBB.pl?num=1264763363


    Java "Bringing life back to a dead roaster!" phile

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    Re: What do YOU use to home roast?

    Quote Originally Posted by 747F737B6D292A1E0 link=1134076855/199#199 date=1223605947
    Nice work brainiac, like the look of the drum roaster, thinking about a possible build myself. Where did you source the halogen lamps and about how much were they?
    Cant speak for brainiac, but we throw out about 10 photocopiers a month, mostly with halogen lamps. Our local garbage tip has an "ewaste" section, and there are always photocopiers galore there. Go to your local tip and you may be able to have a look around. I personally know of a fair few Canon models that will have the lamps you seek:

    IRC2620
    IRC3200
    IRC3220
    IRC5870
    IRC6800
    IRC6870
    IRC2570
    IRC3100
    IRC3170
    IR5000
    IR8500
    IR105+

    (all I can remember at the moment, but obviously other brands will have similar bulbs). Also, the benefit of getting them from copiers is you can get mounting blocks and even rollers for them to sit in to neaten it all up.

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    Hi all,

    anyone have any experience with the Breville quick popper? model pcm-25. 1250W
    I'm a bit concerned it might be a tad too powerful.

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    You realise the previous post was back in 2010, right?

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    well, lets keep it alive....plenty of people have been either roasting for a while or perhaps new to it.... happy to hear from anyone really

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    Quote Originally Posted by gablagos View Post
    well, lets keep it alive....plenty of people have been either roasting for a while or perhaps new to it.... happy to hear from anyone really
    There is a vast amount of material on this topic available in the CS archive awaiting your discovery, try using the search function.



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