sversimo Senior Member Joined: 20 Jan 2010 Posts: 15 Location: Norway Expertise: I love coffee
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Posted Sun Nov 4, 2012, 2:19pm Subject: DIY drum-roaster (from start to 90% finished)
I have been working/thinking about making my own coffee roaster for 2 years now, and after more hours than i would like to count its soon too be finished, but its ready for its first roast, only waiting for the beans to arrive.
So i would like to precent my project as a journey starting from ideas to pictures (and soon videos) of the real thing!
Posted Mon Nov 5, 2012, 2:34pm Subject: Re: DIY drum-roaster (from start to 90% finished)
If you're limited by the restrictions here, why not use an image hosting service or similar to put the attachments on? Or sign up for a free blogging service and write the posts there, then come back here with links?
Just change your images to .gif format (if .jpg), and lower the dpi and image pixel width and height until you get to within the 75kb limit. Easy enough to do with most graphics programs. I've done it many times to fit within the image size requirements here on CG.
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