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Posted Wed Jun 26, 2013, 6:40pm
Subject: Re: Aluminium funnel for doserless grinders
 

calblacksmith Said:

HEY, a golden moldy thread lives again! :D

Posted June 26, 2013 link

I was glad for the reminder. The tape mod on my K-6 is like four years old and needing some attention, think I'll try the hard plastic this time :-)
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Posted Fri Aug 2, 2013, 3:37am
Subject: Re: Aluminium funnel for doserless grinders
 

Paper cup with the bottom cut out, resized and taped to fit perfectly into the basket.  Ain't pretty, but it works great.

Funnel rests inside unadulterated cup under the grinder to catch anything stray.

Milk into pitcher
Vanilla into milk
Turn on machine
Remove basket from portafilter
Place funnel into basket
Tare scale (29g)
Position funnel
Count to 13
Weigh on scale
Flick switch to go just over 18g total dose
Mix with wooden chopstick
Tap on counter
Level off with knife, compressing slightly the excess
Basket back into portafilter
Tamp with a twist twice
Hold over sink unside down, then rightside up to remove any stray ground
Lock in place
Froth milk
Swap the dial over instantly for espresso
Remove rubber from wand and wash, wipe down wand
Season to taste
Remove puck and rinse basket along with pitcher

Total time: 3 minutes
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