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langcjl
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Posted Wed Feb 16, 2005, 11:54pm
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Posted Wed Feb 16, 2005, 11:55pm
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hey, did that T-80 come doserless or did you do that mod yourself?
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Posted Thu Feb 17, 2005, 12:19am
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rileys Said:

hey, did that T-80 come doserless or did you do that mod yourself?

Posted February 16, 2005 link

Rileys,

I did it myself.

I modified a Rocky Snout with my Dremel.

CraigD
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Posted Thu Feb 17, 2005, 12:59am
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rileys Said:

hey, did that T-80 come doserless or did you do that mod yourself?

Posted February 16, 2005 link

Rileys,

The respect I feel for you is beyond measure.

If I have offended you at any time, I sincerely apologize.

Below is a photo of the doser I removed, before attempting to consider a Rocky Snout attachment.

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Posted Thu Feb 17, 2005, 9:29am
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Here's my playground. Gonna get rid of the Vibiemme, never use it.

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Posted Thu Feb 17, 2005, 11:19am
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craigdamico Said:

If I have offended you at any time, I sincerely apologize.

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ahhh!  what did i do to make you think that??


i like that modification...   when i saw it, i thought, "hey, i could do that to my t-80 and use it as a cupping grinder!"


spiffy.


--barry
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Posted Thu Feb 17, 2005, 12:00pm
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tenacioustommy Said:

Hello to all,
here is my setup, hope you all enjoy
Tom

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eww la la, very nice Tom.  NICE!
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Roaster: 2 Popcorn Poppers
Posted Thu Feb 17, 2005, 8:42pm
Subject: Re: Espresso Shrines
 

rileys Said:

ahhh!  what did i do to make you think that??


i like that modification...   when i saw it, i thought, "hey, i could do that to my t-80 and use it as a cupping grinder!"


spiffy.


--barry

Posted February 17, 2005 link

Cool, I am honored that you like my T-80 Rocky Snout modification.

Click here for more photos: "Put a Ranchilio Rocky doserless Snout on my Fiorenzato T-80 grinder"

Cheers,
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Posted Thu Feb 17, 2005, 11:03pm
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Morfious,

  I see you have the same set up I have (or will once the dang UPS man gets here with my new Innova I-1!)

  If you don't mind my asking, what do you have your Innova set on for grind fineness? I know it'll be different than mine due to variables (beans, humidity, roast, etc...) but I'm looking for ball park (to help speed up the break in period.) Have you been pretty happy with the combination thus far?

 You can email me off thread so as to not hijack the shine thread.

 But to keep with the thread, I'll be posting mine once all set up.

Thanks in advance!

Tim
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Posted Fri Feb 18, 2005, 1:53am
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Looking at all these shrine fotos, it sure is cool to see that almost everyone has a serious grinder!

When I moved last September, my condo had one of those typical storage rooms, right off the entrance, where the electrical box is, and your typical exposed single light. It also had one plug in the wall, shared on the same breaker with several other plugs in the home. I will eventually use one of the spare breakers to put new plugs in the room, but for now, the 110v LM, pump and grinder are sharing a breaker exchange with other things - must remember not to plug the vacuum into the same series ;)

Here's my shrine, in a room now called "The Espresso Room".

More to come.

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