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marlinduke
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Posted Tue Aug 17, 2004, 2:49pm
Subject: Espresso Shrines
 

I'm curious to see what people have set up for themselves at home. I'll get the ball rolling with mine.

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JonR10
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Posted Tue Aug 17, 2004, 2:53pm
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OK - here's my Isomac Relax and Mazzer Mini (the grinder hopper is a Super Jolly hopper cut down using excellent help from this site)...

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Posted Tue Aug 17, 2004, 3:58pm
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EDIT:

My new setup:

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Posted Tue Aug 17, 2004, 5:52pm
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Francis Francis X1 & Mazzer Mini

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Posted Tue Aug 17, 2004, 6:22pm
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Here's mine...  Silvia, Rocky and base, along with a Solis Maestro Plus for decaf, digital scale.  Silver canisters are for whatever I roasted over the weekend...

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Posted Tue Aug 17, 2004, 7:06pm
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I think I need to sell some stuff (the GF certainly thinks so)

Heat gun and collander left out since I haven't actaully got around to roasting my green beans yet...

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Posted Tue Aug 17, 2004, 8:52pm
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kaanage - is that knockbox what it looks like?? To me it appears to be made out of PVC pipe...

Did you make it? How do you like it? How is it holding up?
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Posted Tue Aug 17, 2004, 8:58pm
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kaanage Said:

Heat gun and collander left out since I haven't actaully got around to roasting my green beans yet...

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Oh, you want pictures of our other stuff too?

Roasting setup, mixing bowl not in picture, but it exists:

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Posted Tue Aug 17, 2004, 8:59pm
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Cups:

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kaanage
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Posted Tue Aug 17, 2004, 9:57pm
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snoboy Said:

kaanage - is that knockbox what it looks like?? To me it appears to be made out of PVC pipe...

Did you make it? How do you like it? How is it holding up?

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Yep - see here. I half made it. It seems as sturdy as anything I can buy.

 
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